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15 days ago

CIO Office

Cobham Marlow, England

will include: * Conduct business process analyses, needs assessments, and preliminary cost/benefits analyses in order to align information technology… Reed.co.uk


20 days ago

Network Services Support Engineer

Cobham Chesham, England

Network Services Support Desk Engineer Axell Wireless, a Cobham Company, is a well established, global market-leading provider of wireless coverage… Reed.co.uk


20 days ago

Digital Marketing Executive

Cobham Chesham, England

• Minimum 1 year systems management work preferably in a rich media environment. As a Digital Marketing Executive your main… Reed.co.uk


20 days ago

Network Services Engineer

Cobham Chesham, England

will involve: • Troubleshooting of both hardware and software in our RF Repeaters on customer sites, including fibre optic… Reed.co.uk


29 days ago

IT Support Analyst

Cobham Buckinghamshire +2 locations

Cobham's values of Trust, Talent and Technology have driven us from our launch in 1934 by Sir Alan Cobham, an aviation innovator, to becoming a… Reed.co.uk


30+ days ago

Director of Programmes & Lifecycle Management

Cobham South Mimms, England +2 locations

Responsible for the portfolio management and contract performance for the Composite Business Units (BU) programmes and projects, to achieve BU… Reed.co.uk


30+ days ago

Director of Engineering

Cobham South Mimms, England +2 locations

The Director of Engineering will lead and manage the engineering activities to define and deliver the strategy for product development and new… Reed.co.uk


30+ days ago

Director of Operations and Supplier Management

Cobham South Mimms, England +2 locations

The Director of Operations and Supplier Management will manage the activities of Operations Planning, Production Purchasing, Production Planning and… Reed.co.uk


30+ days ago

Director of Business Development & Sales

Cobham South Mimms, England +2 locations

The Director of Business Development and Sales is responsible for leading business development activity for the Composites Business Unit (BU) and… Reed.co.uk


30+ days ago

Human Resources Business Partner

Cobham Stevenage, England

As a part of the Cobham Composites Business Unit, which is led from Stevenage, with satellites in Shepshed, Leicestershre, UK and San Diego… Reed.co.uk


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    Good luck for the future!

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    Former Employee - Not Disclosed, White Collar in Marlow, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Not Disclosed, White Collar in Marlow, England (UK)

    I worked at Cobham full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    Friendly co-workers, nice building, good location

    Cons

    Company has lost its focus and passion. Talent is leaving in droves. Talent that's still coping is highly frustrated. Incompetence at every level! Miracle that products are leaving the door. Only due to some employee's own initiative to avoid unworkable systems. Company undergoing major change programs where millions are blown. Looking good but going nowhere. Slogans, pretty pictures and unread glossy employee mags everywhere. Zero trust in upper or middle management - some talent - obsolete technology. Lots of smooth talking execs that jump ship when things get tricky. Poor staff morale, disillusioned from years of unfulfilled promises. Company culture stubbornly resistant to change and stuck in industrial age ways of doing things. Essentially zero investment into staff and zero professional training offered. Simple activities can become major jobs. Complete resistance to innovation from within. No perceivable investment in engineering or new technology, R&D. Practically no chance of promotion or salary increases without threats. HR is a farce. Work - life balance? Dictatorial, secretive management style pretending to be friendly and open. Tons of meetings but nothing seems to happen. High upper management/director staff turnover. Dilettantish IT systems. Slow bureaucracy. Silo culture. Best gem: a late Christmas party in January to save money where you have to pay for your drinks. Oh - and you get a £70 xmas voucher that the wife spends! Great stuff.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Built trust with your employees. Invest in them instead of buying new people. Fulfil your promises and create positive, visible, change before talking about it. Your slogans are a joke. Lame BBQ and donuts won't do. Learn that the main focus of the business is not CYA and breaking Health and Safety records. Management ought to apply their ethics training first. Scrap your epdr or make it work. Nothing will change if it doesn't come from the inside. Your business is running on vapours of obsolete, overpriced and unreliable products. Customers are annoyed. The time is running out for you to catch up with the present.

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