I worked at TAI Engineering full-time (More than 3 years)
This was my first job in America (2000 to 2004) and I found a lot of people willing to teach me. J Angelo is a very good CEO that cares for his employees. All heads of division (Mech, Elect, Instr, Structural, Comm) were easy to approach and very knowledgeable. I began with low salary but in 4 years was making the double, so in my opinion TAI rewards high level performers.
Salary was low (in my case it wasn't a problem, but people complained). Didn't pay for training and books. Tiny bonuses with some exceptions..
Advice to Management
As TAI grows they have add more levels of management, so the high management tent to loose touch with their people.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at TAI Engineering in March 2015.
Consisted of a phone interview followed by two in person interviews. The in person interviews was to get a feel for my experience and knowledge. It was not very technically challenging.
It took several rounds of negotiations as like most companies they didn't want to pay a competitive rate
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