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I have been working at CPI Aerostructures full-time (more than 5 years)Pros
CPI Aero has put a lot of effort into managing the growth we have experienced over the past 4 years. We now have a proper HR function who manage the training and mandatory staff-related requirements. The administrative function is focussed on getting the IT infrastructure to better support the business during the transition to a larger player in the aerospace manufacturing sector. The company works hard to keep everyone involved and committed with monthly employee recognition meetings and weekly bagels for all!
The company is prepared to fund career-related education and develop talent from within.
The management team are strong and are driving the company in the right direction. The low turn over shows this is a great place to work. Put simply, the best job I have had in my career so far.Cons
Nothing major at all, just the normal interpersonal challenges faced in any job...Advice to ManagementAdvice
Keep moving in the right direction and manage the growth in the company so that the strengths are built onPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
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To build an aircraft, some assembly is required, and CPI Aerostructures is ready. CPI Aero delivers contract production of structural aircraft subassemblies, chiefly for the US Air Force and other US military customers. Military products include skin panels, flight control surfaces, leading edges, wing tips, engine components, cowl doors, and nacelle and inlet assemblies. The lineup is used on military aircraft, such as the C-5A Galaxy and C-130 Hercules cargo jets, E-3 Sentry AWACs jet, and T-38 Talon jet trainer. As a subcontractor to OEMs, CPI Aero also makes aprons and...