MHI Ship Repair & Services

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27 days ago

Estimator/Contract Manager

International Ship Repair & Marine Services, Inc. Galveston, TX

s, compute time, engineering and direct costs, and labor estimates for products and projects to develop total project cost. - Prepare quotations of… International Ship Repair & Marine Services, Inc.


2 days ago

Purchasing Agent – new

International Ship Repair & Marine Services, Inc. Galveston, TX

Job Purpose: Obtains supplies, services and equipment by procurement, contractual services and disbursements. Job Duties: Shop, select and… International Ship Repair & Marine Services, Inc.


2 days ago

Ship Fitter – new

International Ship Repair & Marine Services, Inc. Tampa, FL

May be called upon to supervise specific work tasks or coordinate the work of small groups. May be required to update daily work packages… International Ship Repair & Marine Services, Inc.


30+ days ago

Machinist

Service Hydraulics Auburn, WA

Service Hydraulics is a repair and manufacturing based machine shop that specializes in the repair, design and manufacture of hydraulic cylinders. We… Monster


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MHI Ship Repair & Services Reviews

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    I very much dislike working for this company. I have no incentive to do a great job. I'm not happy here.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Norfolk, VA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Norfolk, VA

    I have been working at MHI Ship Repair & Services

    Pros

    Decent pay and good benefits.

    Cons

    Not a very informative company. Very private with info. Don't share ideas and other info well. Left to fend for self.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Allow employees to first go through a basic training of the company to better inform your future employees. i.e. What and why do we do what we do? What does such and such mean? etc...

    Doesn't Recommend