"Process instructor in charge of training others on the assembly line. In charge of 5s and process improvement, tact time"
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Employees rate Brighton 43.8% lower than the overall average
I worked at Vestas Wind Systems full-time (More than 3 years)
Good Benefits, Lots of time off, Good pay, Good compensation for travel. Christmas present every year. Other team members are nice.
Too much overtime at time, not enough work other times, Long drive to work especial during winter months. Food choses in canteen not good.
Advice to Management
Upper management should pay more attention to the employees.
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I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Vestas Wind Systems (Brighton, CO (US)) in September 2014.
There was only one interview, and I was an internal candidate. I was not however told that the position was already filled informally. Since this job was informally already filled, the interview was very difficult because I was not meant to get the job. I just had worked at Vestas for long enough that, sense I allied, they had to interview me before telling me no. That was apparent when they called me into the office to tell me that I should work harder at the jobs I was already doing within quality and then they to reapply for the next one.