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    Former Employee - IT Co-Op in Kenmore, NY
    Former Employee - IT Co-Op in Kenmore, NY

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    Learned a lot, everyone was very nice and helpful. Job is challenging at first but you get to work with a very wide variety of technologies which keeps things fresh and challenging.

    Cons

    Sometimes the atmosphere can feel a bit lazy in the IT department, there was usually never a rush to get anything done


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    Project Manager Assistant Interview

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    First, introduce myself. Then HR and one of the project manager asked some questions about my school experience and the projects I had participated in. Finally, I asked some questions about MOOG and the project manager answered in detail.

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Website www.moog.com
Headquarters East Aurora, NY
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1951
Type Company - Public
Industry Aerospace & Defense
Revenue $2 to $5 billion (USD) per year

Moog (rhymes with "rogue") rules with its precision-control components and systems used in aerospace products, industrial machinery, and medical equipment. Servoactuators, Moog's core product, receive electrical signals from computers and then perform specific actions. Using its servoactuators, Moog builds flight and control systems for commercial and military aircraft, as well as hydraulic and electrical controls for automated industrial machinery, wind turbines, and control systems for satellites and spacecraft, launch vehicles, and missiles. It also makes infusion... More

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