Cummins Generator Technologies

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30+ days ago

Content Manager

Generator Group Portland, OR

Manage general website content (through CMS) Coordinate website updates across departments Maintain a consistent look and feel based on Made In… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Executive Director of Maintenance Operations

Generator Group Portland, OR

Generator Group has partnered with TriMet inPortland,Oregonin their search for an Executive Director of Maintenance Operations. This… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

PHPDeveloper

Generator Group Beaverton, OR

PHP Developer Direct Hire Beaverton, OR REQUIRED: 3 years experience in software engineering Programming experience: PHP, HTML, Java Ability to… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

C# Winforms SW Engineer

Generator Group Vancouver, WA

Seeking skilled software engineer with extensive WinForms background and GUI development who desires to participate in a growing, dynamic company… Beyond.com


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    A good first job out of uni... mostly for all the wrong reasons!

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Cummins Generator Technologies full-time

    Pros

    They paid for my accounting training. There were some great people to work with. Stamford is a lovely place to work and live.

    Cons

    Leadership was totally absent. The best way to get promoted was to either a) Moan to Senior Management b) Tell everyone how awesome you are 24/7. There was very little opportunity given to those who actually wanted to do a good job.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Staff who work hard and smart should be rewarded with promotions (not those who moan and self-promote)

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