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30+ days ago

Master Data Specialist

Crown Equipment Corporation New Bremen, OH

Develop SAP Data Services jobs to migrate and cleanse data utilized by the business. Develop, test, debug, document and maintain data mapping jobs… CareerBuilder

8 hrs ago

Master Data Governance Lead – new

Crown Equipment Corporation New Bremen, OH

Lead the team to analyze, define, document and communicate requirements for data, workflow, and logical processes ensuring adherence to Data… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Manufacturing Quality Engineer II

Crown Equipment Corporation New Bremen, OH

• Process Improvement -Provide process efficiency and suitability analysis and input to manufacturing engineering and production management. Provide… CareerBuilder

5 days ago

Manufacturing Engineer II

Crown Equipment Corporation New Bremen, OH

· Propose and implement improvements to department/plant operations through the application of Lean Manufacturing methodology. Contribute to the… Monster

30+ days ago

Data Systems Administrator

Crown Equipment Corporation New Bremen, OH

Maintain software by evaluating and applying patches and updates as appropriate. Proactively monitor and optimize systems. Troubleshoot system…

30+ days ago

Prototype Fabricator

Crown Equipment Corporation New Bremen, OH

Develop part programs using Unigraphics CAD and Gibbs Cam. Produce prototype Drive Unit parts from raw materials. Program and operate CNC…

27 days ago

Insite Co-op

Crown Equipment Corporation New Bremen, OH

• Configure InfoLink websites, analyze data, provide training and end user support. • Assist with Microsoft Sharepoint site development…

23 days ago

Project Engineer-Drive Train

Crown Equipment Corporation New Bremen, OH

Develop new drive train systems and components. Conduct design reviews with both engineering group and other departments in order to ensure proper…

30+ days ago

Software Engineer

Crown Equipment Corporation New Bremen, OH

Design, code, implement, integrate, debug and review software application solutions to ensure they meet operation, safety, modularity and coding…

30+ days ago

Graphic Designer

Crown Equipment Corporation New Bremen, OH

Create and update marketing communication materials within brand guidelines that support Sales, Marketing, and Corporate initiatives. Create vector…

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James F. Dicke II
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    The safety and cleanliness standards of this company are amazing, as are the wages for the work we do.

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    Current Employee - I-Beam Line Operator  in  New Bremen, OH
    Current Employee - I-Beam Line Operator in New Bremen, OH

    I have been working at Crown Equipment full-time for less than a year


    This company truly puts it's employees first, and the very first thing I noticed about this place was how clean it was and how seriously they take safety. I must say that I was completely shocked during my first days there on how seriously not only the company took safety, but also how committed the employees were to this core company value. I have worked in manufacturing settings before, and none compare to this. Safety meetings, safety teams, safety reminders, safety competitions, all personal protective equipment PROVIDED. I feel as though the company keeps me safe in my job so that I may go home in the same condition I left. The wages this company offers its employees in the environment they offer seem extremely fair and competitive. Employees are paid to work with new or like new equipment in a place that is always clean and organized. I feel the company truly believes in work smarter not harder, and this is done by having the proper equipment, and having that equipment maintained in tip top shape daily. They make the job as easy, safe, and efficient as possible. I wasn't just thrown to the wolves with no idea of how to do my job or what was required of me. The company trained me for weeks on the machines I would be using, safety, proper housekeeping, etc. Also, I was not treated harshly as a "rookie" or "newbie". The atmosphere of the employees is to help others, not to knock them down. Management and leadership has never blown me off or given me a partial answer because they didn't have the time. If they don't know the answer, they take the time to find the answer then explain it to me thoroughly. Something I found fascinating was that bottled water is free from the vending machine if the day is ever too hot, and one day management even came around and offered popsicles to employees. That being said, the place never gets overly hot, there are more fans in there than you can shake a stick at. Ample personal and vacation time are given, more days than any previous employer has offered. Something else that really made me appreciate the company I work for is that upper level management is not always tucked nice and neatly away in some office building on the other side of the company location. They come down and walk around, talk to employees, come to meetings, and actually care about who you are and how your time is at the company. I respect them, and in turn they care about me.


    Depending on the job, there can be a lot of standing throughout your day, which takes a week or two for the body to adjust to.

    Complacency can be a problem after performing the same task over and over all day.

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    I don't have much advice, the company runs like a smooth, well-oiled machine. The only thing I can really say is to somehow break up the complacency, maybe have employees change to different areas halfway through the shift. Also, help employees see the product down the road, help them understand what the part they made does or how it functions on the finished product. Other than taking an educated guess, I am not sure what my part looks like or how it relates to the finished product after it is welded, blasted, painted, and installed. It would be nice to know why the part I make is essential to the product and why we make my part the way we do.

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