I worked at Curtiss-Wright Flow Control full-time (More than a year)
Initially I had a good supervisor who really looked out for the success of his employees. Everyone in the department really rolled their sleeves up and got work done during close cycles. Pay was decent. Benefits were really good, they had pension benefits, schedule was flexible. Not much traffic to get to the office, guess it depends where your coming from. Got along really well with my colleagues.
Location was a dump, no restaurants close by and all sorts of bad activities going on, drugs, hookers, etc. Started out well but then about a year into 10 months into it, corporate management came in and started making many changes without fully understanding the processes to begin with.
Advice to Management
Understand certain existing processes and practices before completely dismissing them.
I applied through college or university. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Curtiss-Wright Flow Control (Pittsburgh, PA) in August 2015.
Just one phone interview with HR department. They asked simple questions that were pretty straight forward. The whole process was easy and I recommend any supply management interested people to apply.
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