Nasg has a family orientated environment. Everyone on the floor have a tight relationship. We all work together and look out for eachothers safety. They offer family gathering in the summer along with kids and adult Christmas parties
No rest for the wicked.. mandatory 8 hours shifts saturday. Its a prison. The money is good but everything else is not. Maybe if they got back to their roots it would thrive again but thatll never happen.
A typical work day could be trouble shooting equipment. Overseeing equipment installations Assist new product design verifying process & drawings Going over new engineer designs Running trials on equipment Updating plant layouts Assisting weld techs in the weld department from setting up weld cells to dialing in weld fixtures. Work with quality on any rejects to find out the root cause of the reject. Work with associates on the floor to improve ergonomics to make their jobs more comfortable. Check efficiencies of the equipment.
NASG was a progressive stamping manufacturer serving the Automotive Industry at the Tier II level. It was very well managed, offered future opportunitie, a great group of co-workers and an overall good place to work.
I was only doing there a temporary placement, working in the office. Great place to work, everyone there is always willing to land a helping hand and ask how your weekend was. Great place to work and advance.