Mission: In operation since 1920, PUMC strives to uphold its tradition of excellence.
We strongly believe that any and all fuel-handling equipment should be dependable and efficient. It is our mission to make our products reflect this ...
I worked at Preferred Utilities Manufacturing as an intern (Less than a year)
Great place to work awesome people that work there and they offer relocation for interns. Every one is very helpful and willing to assist in whatever you need. Hands on experience.
The winters in Connecticut are rough and so are the roads. Don't always have a clear direction of what you are suppose to do. Office isn't great kind of cramped
Advice to Management
Improve office space. Make a better effort to talk to inters about what is expected for the internship. Just be more transparent.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Preferred Utilities Manufacturing (Danbury, CT).
I was interviewed first by phone then there was a one on one interview with my prospective supervisor then there was a group interview that included the associated department heads and the president. Job specific questions were asked by the supervisor along with technical skill questions by the department heads. General life experience questions were asked by the president along with questions on my personal and career goals.
Straight forward and clear, the salary offered was competitive and the benefits package was generous.
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