Job security is good.
Good work life balance.
Slow career progression.
Depending on where you are and which subsidiary unit, the people could be a challenge.
Overall, it's a good place and good start for fresh graduates.
Too much volume given to each person in the department. Very manual workplace despite trying to automate some processes. OT hours are quite long and their reports are too much concentrated with no value adding.
ST Aerospace Engineering - SAR 145 Approved Maintenance Organisations
• Conduct maintenance, repairs and modifications of B757 avionics systems for FedEx Ptf programme
• Assist the Licenced Aircraft Engineer ensuring maintenance activities were carried out according to maintenance work packages and in compliance with FAA regulatory requirements
I learnt many skills all my 12 years of working there from a technician's point of job to an engineer-in-charge's point of job. I managed a team of 10 over technicians and delegated jobs as a team leader everyday. I performed various tasks as an Engineer-in-charge ranging from Inspections, Modifications, Troubleshooting and Tests.
I had no work life balance but there is job security. Worked long hours 7 days a week at times.
A good place to learn your craft. Lots of overtime so the pay is good especially for a diploma holder. Not much on work life balance though so if you value your family time then this is not the place for you.
Current work duties include liaisons between various departments within the company as well as regional customers to fulfill organizational objectives. Frequent travelling within the Asia Pacific region is often required and such experiences have enabled me to understand and appreciate the complexity and sensitivity of managing customers of different cultures and backgrounds.
Normal hours with good working area. Learn a lot about aircraft parts and how to sent back for replacement. Good relationship with the Management. To get a replacement back is the hardest part. Enjoy with the friends.
I have been doing purchasing for aircraft spares. I start of with military aircraft like C130. Then i was transfer to seletar doing for conmercial aircraft eg airbus and boeing aircraft. I have 20 years experience in purchasing.
There was a wide range of EHS activities organised under the company. I was able to apply all my job skills to manage the management of safety, health and environment at the workplace.
A wide range of experience was acquired working in the organisation.
I did my first commercial job at ST Aerospace after my military stint, and they provided very strong guidance as a junior level manager. There are many opportunities to move within this huge organization.