Seule de femme de mon département , j'ai prouvé à mainte reprise que je suis soucieuse du détaille et apprécier de la clientèle . J'étais à l'écoute du client pour satisfaire à leurs exigences. J'ai réussi a intégrer un monde d'homme et de prouvé ma valeur.
Je suis une personne qui apprends vite et en peu de temps je sais démontrer mes habilités .
Les pièces lourdes on été pour moi la plus grande obstacle.
Malgré ce faits mes collègues on toujours été la pour m'aider quand cela étais possible
Des techniciens soucieux de partager leurs savoir.
Former FLM (first line maintenance) tech for about 7 years. The job itself is unlike many others as you are in your vehicle most of the day awaiting workorders or onsite at various locations fixing machines. You have complete freedom when you aren't busy which is a very appealing part of the job. The pay is insulting, however. It's a fine job, but a terrible career choice.
Made ATM & bank machines. Very intricate work. Learn every component of machines so you could fill in wherever needed. Great coworkers. Lots of fun events for off duty hours to keep workers happy & connected. Lots of communication between workers & management.
You will not get paid overtime if you're paid hourly.. If you work 50 hours a week you will only get paid for 40. This is a big deal as over a month you will work an extra 40 hours on top of your 40 hours and will not get paid. Very sad indeed!
Bs mindful of your contract and ensure to get this negotiated out your contact! This is my advice to you. You should get paid for what you work, don't get taken advantage of to which most employers do to their contract employees. I'm pretty sure this is against the law.
No places close by to grab a coffee or some lunch. This place is located in an industrialized area.
The office hours are flexible with core hours from 9am to 4pm. You can choose to start your work as early as 7:00am and leave at 4pm with one hour lunch time off. Or you can come to work at 9am and leave at 5:30pm with half an hour lunch time off.
I usually spend half an hour for lunch and another half an hour for pingpong fun. This means I need to stay in company for 9 hours regardless the starting time and leaving time.
I was a contract worker both for building and testing ATMs, so I'm not the person to read if you're looking for a full time permanent position.
I adored my two contract positions at NCR, the teams I worked with both times were wonderful and we had great laughs and conversations every single day. The job was well paid relative to what it was and it even came with some benefits if you worked there for over 3 months. Even though we weren't officially part of the NCR "scene" we still got invited to all the holiday lunches and ice cream days.
The job itself could be stressful at times as sometimes you had to deal with the same errors and breaks over and over again, but that comes with the territory and was quickly dwarfed by the positive work environment and the people I worked with.
My supervisors on both jobs were friendly, approachable and good listeners. If you had a complaint they listened and genuinely wanted to help. I was sad to leave NCR both times when my contract ended. If they have any contract work again I'd go back in a heartbeat.
I worked at NCR for several years. The only positive thing about it is the salary - which is decent for this industry. And while the work itself may be very interesting and provide positive experience, the atmosphere is very stressful. Many managers have no people's skills for the job, they resolve workplace problems by intimidation of their subordinates, micro-managing and creating an environment of uncertainty. Initiative is not welcome and often frowned upon. Swearing and demeaning co-workers is common and collaboration is not on the list. Also, there is no job security as most of the positions have already been outsourced. Overall, I suggest to stay away from NCR, unless it would be a great career move that wouldn't require to stay there for more than a year.