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HR Administrator - Wauseon, Ohio

Carpenter Technology Wauseon, OH

– The HR Administrator will provide support to the Human Resources Department by completing a multitude of clerical tasks which will include… Carpenter Technology

30+ days ago


Carpenter Technology Latrobe, PA

• Make fixtures, jigs, and/or tooling required to dismantle, manufacture, repair, and assemble parts, equipment and/or machinery. • Setup and… Carpenter Technology

30+ days ago

Maintenance Mechanic

Carpenter Technology Hartsville, SC

• Calibrates and aligns production equipment, including motors, gear boxes, gauges, valves, pressure regulators, and related equipment. • Sets up… Carpenter Technology

30+ days ago

Mechanic 1

Carpenter Technology Hartsville, SC

• Maintain and trouble-shoot pipe, hydraulic, pumping, and pneumatic systems. • Calibrates and aligns production equipment… Carpenter Technology

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  • Generally great support all around, but resistance to change at many levels of the company

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    Former Employee - Process Engineer in Reading, PA
    Former Employee - Process Engineer in Reading, PA
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    Carpenter provides steady work (and sometimes too much of it) and pays an above average rate for the work that salaried employees do. The benefits package is fair and they are willing to pay tuition costs if you are interested in furthering your education. Working conditions are good and management is generally reasonable in their requests.


    Working three rotating shifts is really tough on most production workers. There is some resentment that most of the salaried staff is all day shift, which results in bad feelings sometimes. As with anyplace the demand for performance is high, and sometimes beyond possible. People are quick to point fingers when things go wrong, and many suggestions from the floor get ignored. Granted some of those suggestions are unreasonable, but the supervision and management should take more time to explain the reasoning.

    Advice to Management

    Listen more to the people who do the hands on work. Some of the lower level engineers and all of the production workers have lots of great input, but that seems to go by the wayside. The employee communication team is mostly made of people who either are ass-kissers or are perceived that way. Adding random employees to that team might let some issues surface. I left the company under amicable conditions, but a few years later desired to return and my old job was open. I did not even get a call or an e-mail saying thanks but no thanks or anything. I could have stepped in there with literally no training and done the job well, and appreciated it more. Maybe someone should be looking into things like that. i have a general good feeling about the company and have many friends and colleagues who still are there, so nothing I've said here is done mean-spirited. I wish you the best of luck.

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