Bath Iron Works Reviews

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Jeffrey S. Geiger
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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Bath, ME
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Bath, ME

    I worked at Bath Iron Works

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    There are a great deal of good people in both hourly and salary ranks. Many take pride in the phrase, "Bath Built is Best Built".


    The leadership of the organization is poor. To question a decision or a leader is frowned upon. They have all the answers and you couldn't possibly offer up an alternative that would be better. Poor leadership skills.

    Advice to Management

    Safety needs to be the number one priority for all employees.
    There is a leadership development program but when they leave the program the students must be held accountable to demonstrating leadership.
    All managers or leaders should get some training in what it means to be a leader. There needs to be more invested in training and development.

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    Professional Development Program Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Bath, ME
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    Positive Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied through college or university. The process took 1 dayinterviewed at Bath Iron Works (Bath, ME).


    I went to their facility in Bath, Maine. The group of interviewees went on a tour of their facility and a lengthy interview process. The interview process consisted of 5 stations. Each station asked a set of questions to get to know your personality and your experiences.

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Headquarters Bath, ME
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1995
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year
Competitors BAE Systems UK

Rub-a-dub-dub, Bath Iron Works builds some really high-tech tubs. The company, which is part of the Marine Systems group of parent company General Dynamics, constructs surface ships for the US Navy. BIW is the lead designer and builder for the Arleigh Burke class AEGIS guided-missile destroyer, and is building the next-generation Zumwalt class DDG-1000 land attack destroyer and the LPD-17 amphibious assault ship. BIW's Surface Ship Support Center offers design and engineering, upgrades, logistics, manpower management, fleet services, and other support services. Among the... More

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