John Crane Jobs & Careers in Tinley Park, IL


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28 days ago

Section Leader (2nd Shift)

John Crane Chicago, IL

BASIC FUNCTION: Under the direction of the supervisor or superintendent for the department; regularly instruct, direct, and assist others within… John Crane


30+ days ago

Global Quality Systems Engineer

John Crane Chicago, IL

This position reports directly to the Global QMS & Process Excellence Manager and covers all John Crane Business locations. Each Global Quality… John Crane


30+ days ago

Central Parts Warehouse Production Manager

John Crane Chicago, IL

Manages and coordinates material availability and physical distribution of components/seals in the Central Parts Warehouse. Adjusts schedules as… John Crane


28 days ago

Global Supplier Quality Engineer

John Crane Chicago, IL

Under the direction and guidance of theGlobal Director of Supplier Quality, the Global Supplier QualityEngineer will execute supply base improvement… John Crane


30+ days ago

NC Programmer

John Crane Chicago, IL

Be a part of a global company dedicated to its Customers! John Crane is seeking an outstanding Numerical Control Programmer to join our team in… John Crane


28 days ago

CNC Machinist III

John Crane Chicago, IL

John Crane is seeking an experienced CNC Operator III to set up and operate one or more of the following machines: CNC multitasking machining… John Crane


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    Current Employee - Anonymous in Swedesboro, NJ (US)
    Current Employee - Anonymous in Swedesboro, NJ (US)

    I have been working at John Crane full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    Great job security. It is really hard to get fired because management refuses to do anything especially paperwork.

    Cons

    Upper management has about as much brains as a splattered cricket. These hollow headed individuals think they can force people to work harder with efficiencies and reprimanding. This creates disgruntlement and "retaliation". The constant negativity creates a tension filled work environment. Instead management should give incentives to work harder by rewarding quality and productivity. The pay is also below the national average and management continues to nickel and dime their own employees. If a raise is received it is below inflation and insulting. The employees no longer trust management because they continue to not act on their promises. This doesn't really apply to lower management who also deals with the same non-sense. If you are interviewing for this company run and don't look back and after your legs feel like they're going to fall off.....keep running.

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    There is no hope for you John Crane isn't going to afford you a brain transplant.

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