Prototype Technician (Current Employee), Royston, Hertfordshire – December 30, 2012
Pros: free lunches and all protective clothing provided.
Cons: working in an environment with very little contact with the outside world during working hours
My typical day begins with calculating my daily task. Once this is complete i ensure that it tally's up with exactly what the clients require. I then manufacture the formulations and consult a wide range of management/ team leaders with any potential issues or issues that have developed. I work as a part of a team of around 10-15 co workers and also – more... use their knowledge and pass my knowledge to ensure daily team and personal targets are met. The hardest part of my job is to set my work up to able to me work smoothly throughout the day. The most enjoyable part is to see that what i have manufacture go all the way through to the customer without any problems and in quick time. – less
If you don't know anyone who works there GOOD LUCK!!
Instrumentation technician (Former Employee), Savannah, GA – May 5, 2013
If you're related to or know someone who works there, you may have a chance. Incredibly low low pay for those who actually work and if you been with the company for 20 years. The electrical and instrumentation department is a joke and good luck having support from supervision as they only care about themselves and how they look.
Fast paced production facilities with great research teams
Process Control Engineer (Former Employee), Wayne, PA – February 24, 2013
Johnson Matthey has an extremely well developed management team. They helped guide me through my career choices and path. Since these are production facilities there were many days where you wouldn't know what you would be walking into. The production managers typically did a very good job of allocating resources and personnel to deal with any issues – more... that arose. I really enjoyed being able to take on my own projects and have the support of my colleagues. – less
Very stressful surrounding without no limit to your duties or any consideration for employees
mechanical maintenance (Current Employee), Skopje – December 25, 2012
Pros: free lunches and transportation
Very poor leadership in our department-excepting any job suggested and truth gold of our department in second plan.Humiliation on our trade and risk we take,and our role in building up company and keeping lowest downtime..Working with chlorine,HCL and nitric acids,ammonia,caustic,pressure systems,steam lines,electricity,dangerus slurrys,high and confiding – more... places of work.Cant plan free days because emergency team or duty hours obligation.No pathern in shifts planing-change at will . Great place to learn trade and get some expirience,Good money for our country. – less
Productive, highly educational, inspiring and fun to have interacted with senior management especially on change management.
Internal quality controller and auditor (Former Employee), Germiston, Johannesburg – June 26, 2012
Pros: exposure to world class standards in the running of business
Cons: shift work
A typical day at work started with developing a plan for the day after handover. I learned a lot on production and quality management as well as the importance of teamwork and communication. The hardest part of the job was managing disagreements with production staff over inconsistency in the quality of products.The most enjoyable part of the job include – more... amongst others the culture of working as a collective, and the development opportunities that were available. – less
Magasinier Cariste (Former Employee), bruxelles Evere – February 4, 2013
Pros: tickets restaurant
Cons: produits chimique
agréable en général • Placer correctement et dans les délais des palettes à expédier par camion • Ranger en rack les palettes dans le magasin • Filmer, cercler et conditionner les palettes • Également déchargements des camions • Alimenter les lignes de productions • Encoder les données