I worked at TMX Aerospace full-time (More than 3 years)
Good for getting your foot in the door. The Director of Sales at the time was a great advocate for my success, moving me from a CSR role to a more strategic supply chain role. TMX holds a long term contract. Raw material prices and terms were fixed by the contract making this aspect of quote and order processing rather seamless. In-house built systems allowed employees to pull a tremendous amount of their own data to solve problems.
Having a lucrative, fixed-firm contract seems to have made the company complacent. Many of the management staff were the "next in line" did not understand the basic fundamental principles of leading and mentoring a team. Nor did they have a sense of the larger strategic business picture.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at TMX Aerospace.
In person interview with Hiring Manager and then interview with the team. interview with executive final round.The interview was mostly behavioral. people were very pleasant and interview was timely. The interview lasted about couple hours. the process seemed very straightforward.