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29 days ago

Engineer - Integration

Bombardier Inc. Sāvli

Design of Equipment layouts with installation/mounting details and Carbody components. Generation of 3 D Models, preparation of drawings, BOMs etc… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Engineer - Carbody

Bombardier Inc. Sāvli

Design of carbody and its components, Structural Analysis, Generation of 3 D models, Preparation of drawings, BOMs etc. as per Bombardier Standards… Glassdoor


15 days ago

Engineer - Installation

Bombardier Inc. Sāvli

Design and integrate passenger saloon interior systems conforming to the engineering principles, customer specification requirements, quality norms… Glassdoor


8 days ago

Commodity Manager - Major systems

Bombardier Inc. Sāvli

The Commodity Manager supports the purchasing Director through defined sourcing strategy, co-ordinating with other functions such as project… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Software Test Engineer

Bombardier Inc. Vadodara

The candidate shall gain extensive exposure towards software testing / automation testing in rail domain. He / she shall be responsible for: To… Glassdoor


14 days ago

Software Engineer

Bombardier Inc. Vadodara

To fulfil activities within the assigned work package/ project like Requirement development & Management. To fulfil activities in Software Design, C… Glassdoor


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    The real West Virginia air center

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    Former Employee - Technician  in  Bridgeport, WV
    Former Employee - Technician in Bridgeport, WV

    I worked at Bombardier full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Good work / time off ratio, decent pay (per the immediate area) , good people working the floor (mechs)

    Cons

    the classroom training is a joke all the answers are discussed prior to grading, you could only fail if you wanted to!! There is no real on the job training, if your lucky you may get to spend one day a week with an experienced tech if your new. In all reality your expected to be able to perform any job there with little if any assistance and within an allotted time set by planners who have most likely never performed that task. The crew chief's are "bosses not leaders" and they are not working crew chiefs , they hand out jobs , sit at their desks text on their phones , and play on the internet , 7 out of 10 of them haven't performed a task in so long they are of no assistance to the mechanics working the floor, so you have to interrupt another mechanic to give you assistance. Most the crew chiefs are rude and unprofessional.
    Supervision walks around with their noses in the air acting like there better than you, They are all located in the same office so you cannot get any privacy (while discussing something with your supervisor others will interrupt to put their two cents in , roll their eyes, etc. Advice and information is not clearly communicated nor excepted they rule with fear, they are completely out of touch with their work force. they treat people as if they are tools without consideration for personal factors. they are expeditors not leaders. In general the vast majority or the workers on the floor are fed up with the lies, broken promises and in general poor treatment and easily half are currently actively seeking employment elsewhere. HR is a joke, you could replace them with a rolladex, because all they do is say here is a number you can call , I have never seen such a collection of fake people who have no interest in helping you, just what's best for West Virginia Air center dba Bombardier. HR is known as "damage control " by most on the floor. I could keep going

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    Wow, I don't know where to start . replace old faces with new ones from chad hill down , put current crew chiefs and supervisors back on the floor. the business has a lot of potential but not with the good old boy system in place

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