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30+ days ago

Manufacturing Engineer

United Technologies Corporation Burnsville, MN

The products to be supported are highly complex electro-mechanical assemblies that provide air data information for various types of aircraft. The… Beyond.com

26 days ago

Mechanical Design Engineer

United Technologies Corporation Burnsville, MN

The candidate will have strong communication skills. The ideal candidate will exhibit competencies in… Beyond.com

30+ days ago

Associate Engineer, Mechanical

United Technologies Corporation Burnsville, MN

Performance of research, design, and development in such areas as mechanical design of temperature sensors for engine and space applications… Beyond.com

12 days ago


United Technologies Corporation Burnsville, MN

Responsible for performing tasks, in a field of specialization, functioning as a fabrication specialist in support of manufacturing company products… Beyond.com

30+ days ago

Program Manager

United Technologies Corporation Burnsville, MN

·Identify and control scope changes. Insure potential changes are coordinated with Business Development for negotiations. ·Escalate risk and issues… Beyond.com

24 days ago

Staff Software Engineer

United Technologies Corporation Burnsville, MN

- Perform software requirements definition, design, integration and documentation for existing and new Air Data Computers. - Develop embedded… Beyond.com

30+ days ago

Manufacturing Technician

United Technologies Corporation Burnsville, MN

Technical TasksPerform technical tasks based on written or verbal instructions. Utilize technical assets.Utilize microelectronic, electronic… Beyond.com

30+ days ago

Associate Manufacturing Engineer

United Technologies Corporation Burnsville, MN

United Technologies Corporation, Aerospace Systems is an established aerospace manufacturer that seeks an Associate Manufacturing Engineer for their… Beyond.com

30+ days ago


United Technologies Corporation Burnsville, MN

Excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to work effectively in a team environment are required. Business Unit: UTC… Beyond.com

30+ days ago

Manufacturing Technician I

United Technologies Corporation Burnsville, MN

Perform technical tasks based on detailed written or verbal instructions.- Utilize limited variety of microelectronic, electronic, optical… Beyond.com

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    incredibly ambiguous working environment with no opportunity for growth

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    Current Employee - Business Analyst  in  Burnsville, MN
    Current Employee - Business Analyst in Burnsville, MN

    I have been working at United Technologies full-time for more than 10 years


    Flexible schedule provides a great work/life balance.


    poor compensation
    poor management decision making
    poor transparency
    poor integrity
    too much red tape
    no upward mobility

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Compensation is out of line with actual duties performed. Following the Goodrich merger, job duties shifted without description and expectations morphed. As a result, compensation is way out of line with new job duties with no additional compensation, no bonuses, no chance for promotion, and middle management is so unstable, they are not around long enough to address the issues.

    Senior management does not support the company culture as it is written. Decisions are self-serving, (driven by executive compensation goals), have poor transparency, are made with poor analysis, and ultimately create massive waste in the business processes. As of late, the decisions , resulting in layoffs were pawned off as a softening market. It's simply not the true catalyst! The cause of the latest IT workforce reduction stems from the goal to drive value out of the merger. A bad analysis of the Legacy Goodrich IT cost landscape was made and the resulting decision to outsource services prematurely to CSC overran costs beyond recovery. Despite scores of concern from across the IT organization, executive management made the decision to outsource and a single finance analyst was scapegoated for the results. This is just one example of deceptive, non-transparent practices.

    ACE is ideally a great process, however when applied in the Legacy Hamilton business, ACE metrics are dumbed down to say it is accomplished, but the actions do not actually accomplish achieving competitive excellence. It's just a check in the box that is weak or is totally without integrity towards the business goals. As a result, Legacy Goodrich processes are being dumbed down to the least common denominator.

    The Legacy Hamilton employees are great to work with - great people, but there's so much waste in their processes and their managers seem to think because they are ACE "Gold", their processes are better. It's an unfair assumption to apply that thinking with a broad brush. Legacy Goodrich is not ACE gold at this point because they were just acquired - not because they have immature processes.

    Ultimately my advise is to focus better on long term strategic planning and do a better job with analysis to back up the decisions. Balancing budgets and short-term gains through layoffs of skilled and knowledgeable people only hurts the company in the long term. Focus on improving process without creating too much red tape. Put more integrity and transparency and analysis into the business practices and involve subject matter experts of all levels in driving the mission and vision to successful results.

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