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19 hrs ago

2015 Internship - XWorX – new

Bell Helicopter Arlington, TX

may include: • The candidates will be assigned to projects and support Build Team personnel with information necessary to complete daily tasks… Bell Helicopter


19 hrs ago

Engineer I - XworX - Entry Level – new

Bell Helicopter Arlington, TX

may include: • Successful engineering candidates would perform avionics and flight technology; design engineering; stress and fatigue analysis… Bell Helicopter


19 hrs ago

Associate Production Engineer I - Entry Level – new

Bell Helicopter Grand Prairie, TX

• Support the product design group and production on new product development and improvements to existing products, by coordinating the manufacturing… Bell Helicopter


19 hrs ago

Associate Quality Engineer - Entry Level – new

Bell Helicopter Fort Worth, TX

may include: • Assists in the development and execution of processes used in the manufacturing environment to ensure robust and cost effective… Bell Helicopter


21 days ago

Environmental Health & Safety Associate

Bell Helicopter Fort Worth, TX

Maintain Environmental Compliance regarding Federal, State and Local Air Pollution Regulations Education: Bachelors Degree in Environmental Science… Bell Helicopter


21 hrs ago

2015 Internship - Logistics/Supply Chain – new

Bell Helicopter Fort Worth, TX

may include: • Provide support for key company/Logistics initiatives • The candidate will be assigned to projects and support warehouse and logistics… Bell Helicopter


21 hrs ago

Associate IT Analyst - Entry Level – new

Bell Helicopter Fort Worth, TX

Bachelor's Degree in Software Engineering, Computer Science, or similar discipline is required. Position Requirements • Working knowledge of… Bell Helicopter


19 hrs ago

Engineer I - Engineering Operations - Entry Level – new

Bell Helicopter Fort Worth, TX

may include: • Successful engineering candidates would perform avionics and flight technology; design engineering; stress and fatigue analysis… Bell Helicopter


21 hrs ago

2015 Internship - Enterprise Asset Management – new

Bell Helicopter Fort Worth, TX

may include: • Metric development and analytics • Facility Layouts • Business Justifications • Ergonomics/Safety • LEAN/6S/Visual… Bell Helicopter


19 hrs ago

Engineer I - Flight Technology and Simulation - Entry Level – new

Bell Helicopter Fort Worth, TX

may include: • Successful engineering candidates would perform avionics and flight technology; design engineering; stress and fatigue analysis… Bell Helicopter


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    Great Pay, very little room to Advance your Career

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Engineer III  in  Hurst, TX
    Current Employee - Engineer III in Hurst, TX

    I have been working at Bell Helicopter full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Great product, and exciting to see in action. The pay is typically above market value and they have a good Holiday schedule.

    Cons

    Work-life balance is being eroded by a stuck in the 80's mentality of thinking that hours worked = productivity. Unwilling to let you work for even an hour or two at home unless you are in upper management. Senior Leadership excluding the President seems to not understand the ills facing the company and layoffs have been made on a rolling 3-month calendar for the past 2 years. Company structure makes for very segregrated departments that utilize a throw-it-over-the-wall mentality. Company training is basically non-existent so there are many common systems that people still do not know how to use.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Focus on your employees and empower them. Opportunities to learn new things or move into different roles have been completely dried up and company is unwilling to pull the bandaid off when stuff is going wrong, which leads to making the same mistakes over and over. Allowing flexibility with your employees and TRULY understanding where your talent lies could help ease the abrasive atmosphere that permeates with the employees that work there.

    Doesn't Recommend
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