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Field Service Representative, Norfolk VA

Sikorsky Stratford, CT


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Manager, Flight Test Telemetry Operations

Sikorsky Stratford, CT


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Administrative Assistant, SSSI Fallon, NV

Sikorsky Stratford, CT +2 locations


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Manager, Technical Competencies

Sikorsky Stratford, CT

Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation is a world leader in the design and manufacture of advanced helicopters for commercial, industrial and military uses… Glassdoor

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TUHP Dynamics Operations Manager

Sikorsky Stratford, CT


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Avionics Systems Lead Engineer

Sikorsky Stratford, CT


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Tractor Trailer Driver

Sikorsky Stratford, CT

-Check cargo before departure for proper distribution within trailer, or on flatbed, and insure that heavy or odd shaped equipment or material is… Glassdoor

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Sales Manager, Canada

Sikorsky Stratford, CT

This position reports to the Director of Commercial Systems and Services and has complete sales responsibility for Canada. The main functions are to… Glassdoor

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    Excellent stepping stone for your next career

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    Current Employee - Engineer  in  West Palm Beach, FL (US)
    Current Employee - Engineer in West Palm Beach, FL (US)

    I have been working at Sikorsky full-time for more than 8 years


    The employee tuition reimbursement has got to be the best in the industry, if not the best available. UTC, Sikorsky's mother company, has an outstanding arrangement to help anyone better themselves through continued education. They pay 100% of college costs (with exception of a few caveats on the details). Compensation is roughly abreast with the industry normal (see cons) and the benefits package is not terrible.


    Get the money up front because you will never get it later. Annual raises are a harsh slap in the face compared to how well the company is doing. They have more excuses for NOT giving you an "adequate" raise than Elvis had hits. You will struggle to keep up with inflation in that regard.

    As far as personal growth is concerned, if you are not participating in the employee tuition reimbursement program, you will not be getting anything. There is a possibility of moving up in the company but it is as common as winning the lottery. You can transfer laterally all day long and sometimes get a raise that way (maybe to the likes of 8% if you're lucky) but other than that expect to transfer out rather than up.

    If you are one of the lottery winners and get selected for a advancement, remember moving up in the company is not always considered a promotion. It depends heavily on where you move to and which department you came from. On that note, the company is very departmentalized in that the multiple departments simply do not communicate with one another. Often times you will wonder how things get done because different entities within the company are so foreign you would never know they were all from within the same organization.

    Best of luck! You are going to need it!

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    Employee engagement is not giving out pizza or the occasional catered lunch. Employee engagement means getting your employee's thoughts on current items the company is facing. Stop telling the employees they do not know what they are talking about; they will only be as good as you expect them to be.

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