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16 days ago

Contracts Administrator

Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Cheswick, PA

Curtiss-Wright’s Electro-Mechanical Division is searching for a Contracts Administrator to be based in Cheswick, PA. EMD has a long-standing and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Mechanical Engineer (Valve / Vessel)

Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Channelview, TX

TapcoEnpro International provides valves and actuation systems to oil refineries and petrochemical facilities. With 14 active patents and the largest… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Night Shift Lead Machinist/CNC Programmer

Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Channelview, TX

TapcoEnpro International provides valves and actuation systems to oil refineries and petrochemical facilities. With 14 active patents and the largest… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Electromechanical Specialist

Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Houston, TX

Responsible for assembling and wiring panels, laying out and wiring hydraulic power unit conduit, assisting with the inspection and testing of… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Regulatory Compliance Engineer

Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Cheswick, PA

CW’s Electro-Mechanical Division is searching for a Regulatory Compliance Engineer to be based in Cheswick, PA with a minimum of a Bachelor of… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Contracts Manager

Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Brecksville, OH

You will manage the formulation of contract policies, procedures, methods, operating practices and performance standards for division/product areas… Glassdoor


20 days ago

Sales Account Manager - Midcontinent

Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Norman, OK

Sales Account Manager promotes, sells and secures orders from existing and prospective customers through a relationship-based approach. Also… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Accountant

Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Phillipsburg, NJ

CW’s EPD Division is searching for an individual to fill the position of Accountant, based in Phillipsburg, NJ. EPD, the Engineered Pump Division… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

CNC Machinist 1st Class

Curtiss-Wright Flow Control East Farmingdale, NY

The CNC Machinist 1st Class is responsible for the set-up and operation of CNC equipment within a given manufacturing department. The individual… Glassdoor


27 days ago

Sales Account Manager (Texas)

Curtiss-Wright Flow Control United States

AP Services, a business unit of Curtiss-Wright, is a manufacturer and integrated supplier of mechanical valve and pump packing, metal and fabricated… Glassdoor


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    Absolutely the worst contract job experience I ever had.

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    Former Employee - Network Administrator in Cheswick, PA
    Former Employee - Network Administrator in Cheswick, PA

    I worked at Curtiss-Wright Flow Control as a contractor (less than an year)

    Pros

    Great pay for a contractor, I was billed at $110 an hour by my company and I got a huge chunk of that. Great easy money for the Pittsburgh area.
    Easy parking, onsite food.
    No one really cared about their job.
    No real dress code.
    Some guys only worked 20 hours a week and were there for years. It would be easy to look like a superstar if you wanted to.

    Cons

    I took a contract job at the Cheswick, PA Curtiss-Wright EMD facility looking for a good job and to be close to my home in the Pittsburgh area. I never even had a face to face interview, these folks were so desperate to hire they just gave me a start date. Had I been given a face to face interview I would have walked away from this place.... quickly. On my second day 3 different people actually told me they were surprised I came back! My direct supervisor was so far out of his league in the field of information security that it was actually scary. Things quickly degraded as my supervisor realized that I was smarter than him and I would not hop on board with the bad advice that he had been snowballing his management with for years. The project that I were given to do made absolutely no sense and most were a complete waste of time and money. His boss was no help either. He just looked at one thing - the clock and the number of days until retirement. After a couple months I found out that they were looking to replace me as I was not enough of a yes man - unfortunately it took 8 months for them to do that an to let me go. My company billed them over 200k for my time there, It was easy money for me but I accomplished absolutely nothing of substance during my tenure there. Thanks for the great time and easy money!

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    Walk in and fire everyone in the IT department from the Director down and outsource everything. No one cares. Everyone hates their job there.

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