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30+ days ago

System Engineering Intern

Sikorsky Stratford, CT

Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation is a world leader in the design and manufacture of advanced helicopters for commercial, industrial and military uses… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Tooling Manufacturing Engineer

Sikorsky Milwaukee, WI +2 locations

-Coordinates review and delivery of Drawings to Suppliers, including RFQs, P.O.s, etc. -Understand standard manufacturing techniques, and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Reliability and Maintainability Engineer

Sikorsky Stratford, CT

B.S. in Mechanical, Electrical, Aerospace Engineering or Applied Mathematics. The candidate should be capable of performing quantitative… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Avionics Systems Lead Engineer

Sikorsky Stratford, CT

The successful candidate will lead a highly skilled technical team in the tasks of aircraft system level specification analysis, requirements… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Reliability and Maintainability Engineer - CMHP

Sikorsky Stratford, CT

2 - 5+ years industry experience (preferably in an aerospace environment). MA/MS degree in… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Component Integration Engineer

Sikorsky Stratford, CT

Design and preparation of basic data and preliminary design documentation including general arrangements and layouts for harnesses. Areas of design… Glassdoor

28 days ago

Engineer, General Engineering

Sikorsky Fort Worth, TX

Candidate will be responsible for the design and analysis of dynamic helicopter components, specifically the main and tail rotor blades. Candidate… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Avionics System Engineer - Huntsville

Sikorsky Stratford, CT

This is a position is for a CRH Communications Lead. Experience in the aerospace field associated with communication systems design, development… Glassdoor

2 days ago

Advanced Concepts System Engineer – new

Sikorsky Stratford, CT

of the System Engineer include, but are not limited to: Requirements Development and Management, Risk Management, System Integration and Issue… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Propulsion Project Engineer

Sikorsky Stratford, CT

The Propulsion Design IPT is looking for an organized individual to take on the role of Control Account Manager (CAM) on the VH-73A helicopter… Glassdoor

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    worked there 5 years as Final Assembly Foreman

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    Former Employee - Final Assembly Foreman/Manager  in  Stratford, CT
    Former Employee - Final Assembly Foreman/Manager in Stratford, CT

    I worked at Sikorsky full-time for more than 5 years


    Pay is okay. Pride in your job. Work life balance sucked. Lots of overtime and zero compensation. Personal growth is all in who you know. No respect from upper management. If you spoke truth and your mind, and it wasn't what they wanted to hear look out. hence me being laid off.


    Company makes vast amounts of money, yet bonuses and compensation for mid level salary suck. They worry more about Union employees then they do the people who supervise or run them. I had a crew of 25 people building helicopters under my direction and in a 40 hour work weeks pay they all made more then me.
    Speaking up to management or having your own ideas is frowned upon. Salary HR is a total joke, and if I didn't know better through you under the bus to upper management.
    Doesn't matter how great you perform, if they don't like you or you point out inept people or practices you get tossed. Example: I was rated number 1 out of 13 salary foreman on my line in 2013. In 2014 I was only 1 of 2 foreman let go during lay offs. Do the math.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You guys couldn't manage Pratt and Whitney, then got sent to Sikorsky ( both UTC Companies ) You are afraid of anyone having skills or knowledge below you that you don't have. You worry more about a Union workforce that hates you then the salary workforce that gets your job done. You disregard or don't acknowledge talent and only help or promote someone who's a relative, friend, or somehow tied into the company. When you have your ideas or processes you deploy shown to be ineffective or lacking, you scorn the messenger and keep tabs on when to get rid of them. I had a salary HR lady in a meeting discuss upper managements concern with keeping quality supervisors in a meeting of about 20 of us. The meeting brought up all this and I brought up that I considered working elsewhere due to these troubles. Guess what, # 1 guy in 2013 got laid off 5 months after that meeting in 2014.......Go figure.

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