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Manager Project 3 - USIT

US Airways Phoenix, AZ

US Airways, Inc. is looking for a Project Manager to: Plan, execute, and finalize projects according to strict deadlines and within budget for US… Glassdoor

14 hrs ago

*Project Manager – new

US Airways Fort Worth, TX

include: •Managing multiple teams, ensuring dependencies are known and key information is communicated effectively between all teams •Liaising with… Glassdoor

6 days ago

*Loan Officer (Credit Union)

US Airways Charlotte, NC

A Loan Officer interviews applicants and examines, evaluates and authorizes or recommends approval of customer applications for lines or extension of… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sr. Analyst, Reservations Automation

US Airways Dallas, TX

-Develop analyses to forecast effects of technology projects on call volume and call deflection, handle time savings, FTE savings, revenue… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Manager Project 4 - USIT

US Airways Phoenix, AZ

- Manages/oversees all aspects of assigned Projects - Develops and manages project team(s), including allocation of work assignments among team… Glassdoor

8 days ago

Manager Duty - Airport Customer Svc -Customer Care-level 4

US Airways Philadelphia, PA

properly. - Ensure all internal audit requirements are followed and accountable for compliance. - Review… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

CSA - Airport Customer Service Agent

US Airways Jamaica, NY +6 locations

- Assists passengers with check-in procedures, including tagging baggage and issuing boarding passes - Sells tickets, processes ticket changes… Glassdoor

6 days ago

*Facilities Maintenance Supervisor - JFK

US Airways Jamaica, NY

A supervisor leads and coordinates the activities of workers in one or more occupations. Interprets company policies to workers and enforces safety… Glassdoor

6 days ago

*Senior Manager, Supply Chain Performance

US Airways Fort Worth, TX

• Utilize data mining and analysis to understand transactional trends and opportunities with a goal of optimizing inventory while providing improved… Glassdoor

14 hrs ago

*Aircraft Maintenance Supervisor MIA – new

US Airways Miami, FL

The Aircraft Maintenance Supervisor oversees and manages the aircraft maintenance workload, resources, and activities for an assigned work group or… Glassdoor

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    Aerospace Engineering Intern Position Review

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    Former Employee - Engineering in Phoenix, AZ
    Former Employee - Engineering in Phoenix, AZ

    I worked at US Airways as an intern (less than an year)


    Flight benefits. Period. There was nothing else.
    If in the right department, you might meet some good natured people.


    This was the worst work experience I have ever had.
    1. Most of the 'engineers' there are A&P Mechanics who have worked there long enough to become 'engineers'. There is really not a whole lot of engineering going on. There is a lot more part tracking and just schedule management going on. However, during the internship interview, they did not mention that. When you hire THE BEST 'Aerospace Engineering Students' from some of the best engineering DESIGN schools, you need to be aware that they are much more qualified for the work that is being given to them.
    2. The supervisor and the engineers I worked with have the most difficult time writing cohesive sentences. Their grammar and their fluency in the language is definitely questionable. That being said, it would have been OK if their attitude was OK. My supervisor had the most hostile attitude. An example: During Good Friday, it was half day. He half-jokingly smiled at me and said interns don't get half day. I stayed 30 mins longer and then the lights in the office were being switched off and the whole office was deserted. If there was work to be done, I would have stayed. I had been there for almost two months, and all I was given is a 'Boeing 737 handbook' to read over. I got done with it the first week and didn't have any work to do for over a month! So, I left that day after 30 mins. During my final review, he stated that 'I did not listen to the supervisor'.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Know your company. Your company does not require cream of the crop aerospace engineering students. An actual engineering job has to involve some hands-on work/design/innovation. All your work has already been documented in the plethora of ES/EA documents. Your engineering team is a joke. Please rename it or at least have the honesty to hire A&P students, and not shatter the hopes of an engineering student.

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