ST Aerospace Employee Reviews for Mechanic
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Regret working here Urge anyone thinking of joining up to look elsewhere. Much better work out there. Management run by hongkees who doesnt have the qualification to be in, and HR only have the company interest doesnt give a crab about employees and sad to say theyre your own Singaporeans, and about 70 percent are foreigners speaks bad english and prefers to talk in their mother tongue, doesnt own up when theyre wrong, talks behind your back everytime i am not lying. Environment there minimal, hazardous in terms of noise, chemicals that can cause cancer, fumes/fuel from the aircraft, rubbish shifts and always last minute change of shifts/duty. And mostly people who works here have bad complexion. I will stop here but theres lots of other things like removing bonuses and if a guy messed up hitting aircraft that requires hundreds of thousands of dollars for repairs you can jolly well say goodbye to bonus. How does MOM and auditors see it as a suitable place to work. Probably paid undertable to keep their mouth shut. Fyi Lots of Singaporean leaves this place and doesnt stays long.
$28 laundry per month
OK, WHY Airframe and power plant mechanic technicians that inspect, repair, Maintain, troubleshoot, service, and modify Joint Star Airborne Ground Surveillance & Battle Management Systems 707,727, 737, 747, dc-10, md-80, dc-9 and airbus 310 aircrafts. Performed all maintenance, servicing, and preventives maintenance in a timely manner and in accordance with all directives and publications. Also have experience on interior removal, installation, and modification.
Good place to start •Ensure all tasks assigned are completed in accordance with manufacturer's manuals and FAA accepted or approved data •Adheres to all applicable FARs and Company policies and procedures outlined in the General Procedures Manual (GPM) and the Company's, FAA Approved Continuous Airworthiness Maintenance Program •Interpret aircraft technical manuals, and electrical drawings •Responsible for movement of aircraft in hangar and on ramp, including operation of tow-tractor •Maintain work area in a neat, clean and safe condition at all times •Perform only those tasks for which proper training and qualification has been obtained •Document On-the-job training (OJT) on from (T#004) for training received on tasks which Mechanic/Repairmen has not previously performed •Perform other duties as assigned
10 hr day performing maintenance and removing damaged parts I learned how to use power and pneaumatic tools Management provided assistance to aid you in completing the job Co-workers shared experience and assistance when needed Working on a tight schedule daily
Stable work and job security
low pay with little to no promotions
Its ok to start off your journey, although, I would highly recommend leaving as soon as you obtain your licenses.Their starting pay for a licensed mechanic is not competitive whatsoever.The management is sub par but overall it is a mediocre place to start your aviation career.
easy work with no tool control
pay is sub-par
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