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16 days ago

Electronic Technician B - Airfield/TACAN(CAT 3)

Exelis Kekaha, HI

• Performs periodic inspections and maintenance tasks in accordance with OPNAVINST 4790.4 Ships Maintenance and Material Management (3M) Systems… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Mechanic(Cat 3)

Exelis Kekaha, HI

Under general direction of a Supervisor or Lead-person, Mechanic (CAT 3) On Call will perform a variety of work related to the operation and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Electrician (PW-3) (Cat 3)

Exelis Kekaha, HI

include but are not limited to the following areas: • Perform corrosion control and painting of electrical structures and equipment. • Work in and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Security Guard(B-1) NWQ/Entry Control Monitor

Exelis Kekaha, HI

• General duties include, but are not limited to, controlling installations entry and exit control; controlling movement of vehicles and persons… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Plumber (CAT III)

Exelis Kekaha, HI

include but are not limited to the following areas: •Maintenance and operation of the following systems: -compressed air systems -fire suppression… Glassdoor


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Exelis President & CEO David F. Melcher
David F. Melcher
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    Exelis is circling the drain

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    Former Employee - Senior Engineer
    Former Employee - Senior Engineer

    I worked at Exelis full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    Pay is better than average

    Cons

    Company is not growth oriented. Management makes a lot of speeches about growth but takes no action and lets opportunities pass them by. Their reputation with customers is not very good. This is a shame because there are some really good people there doing some good work.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Start paying attention to what is going on. Taking on some smaller projects that actually solve customers needs will help you in the future. Currently the management doesn't seem to be interested in any work/contracts that doesn't have nine zeros on the end of it. Someone needs to enlighten them that this is not 1980 and things are a little different. Good old fashioned response to customers needs is what they need to learn (or relearn). It will bolster their reputation and customers will start bringing them more work.

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