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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at Triumph Group full-time (More than 10 years)RecommendsPositive OutlookRecommendsPositive Outlook
Most of the People that work there are Decent Hard Working, Honest, Fun Loving and Helpful when Needed ! Most will Go the Extra Mile to Learn and Get the Job Done Right the First Time! And Stay late if Needed to get the Best possible Product to the Customer! The 90%!
And then you have the People that are there for a Paycheck and will Backstab and Take credit for your Work if it Benefits Them ! As long as they don't get caught. And if they do, can Back peddle and make you seem the Liar! The 10% The Chosen few/untouchables!
Advice to Management
Start Believing some of the Negative Scuttlebutt, It does have some basis of truth ! Have seen a Lot of Good People let go for some seemingly mediocre Reasons, Like Bias, Someone in Upper Manager has Had a Personal Dislike and Petty Grudge against them/You!
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Triumph Group.
I was contacted by the HR business partner (BP) who was very accomodating to my schedule for interviewing. The job was out of state and the HR BP booked all travel accomodations and I made it to the site seamlessly, with the weekend prior to the interview to explore the city I would potentially be moving to.
I was interviewed by a senior leader from five (5) different functional areas. Interview questions from four (4) of the areas were relevant to the job description and my immediate manager and director treated me to lunch upon completion of the interview. I received an offer within 3 weeks and negotiated the offer within 2 weeks of the original offer.
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I received an offer within 3 weeks and negotiated the offer within 2 weeks of the original offer.
If it's between nose and tail, Triumph Group's got it covered. Triumph's companies design, engineer, manufacture, repair, and overhaul a myriad of aerostructures, and aircraft components and systems for customers that include commercial, general, and military original and aftermarket equipment manufacturers. The company has three operating segments including Aerospace Systems; Aftermarket Services (maintenance, repair, and overhaul); and Aerostructures (makes metallic and composite aerostructures and structural components). It has 64 facilities -- most are in the US, but...