Cmp – Stamford, CT
Openings nationwide! No Relocation but travel to 90% Substation Engineer Minimum Qualifications: Requires a Bachelors Degree in Electrical… jobsradar.com
Cmp – Binghamton, NY
Operate and setup Amada brake presses Maintain orderly working and storage area Must observe safety & environmental rules and regulations at all… jobsradar.com
Cmp – Atlanta, GA
1.Implementing designs sets standards for department. 2.Timely support for purchasing and manufacturing with specifications and drawings to enable… jobsradar.com
CMP – Cary, NC
I worked at CMP full-time (Less than a year)
As a machinist, not too bad. Nice newer equipment that is well maintained. The building is spacious and clean too.
Most of my time employed here was on Work share which is only 32hr weeks. A place of employment where certain employees can do no wrong, and if they do, someone else must have done it type of place.
Advice to Management
Start over and hire new lower level management. pay scale needs to be re-evaluated. Quality work comes from employees who make a fair wage based on skill and work ethic, not by who you are related to or good friends with.