ABB (United States) Jobs & Careers in Crystal Springs, MS


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12 days ago

Buyer

ABB Inc. Crystal Springs, MS

for supply management and transportation may include, but are not limited to, the following: Request supplier quotations, prepare bid tabulations… ABB Inc.


27 days ago

Quality Assurance Manager

ABB Inc. Crystal Springs, MS

- Coordinate quality initiatives at customer, perform internal audits and perform other quality assurance activities. Recommend measures to optimize… ABB Inc.


26 days ago

Operation Excellent Manager

ABB Inc. Crystal Springs, MS

for Operations Excellence Manger may include, but are not limited to, the following: Identify opportunities for improvements and execute Operational… ABB Inc.


8 days ago

Manufacturing Associates

ABB Inc. Crystal Springs, MS

The Manufacturing Associate is responsible for working from drawings and specification sheets to assemble and finish work on all types of… ABB Inc.


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ABB (United States) Region Manager North America ABB Inc. Greg Scheu
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    Former Employee - Planning Engineer in Huntersville, NC (US)
    Former Employee - Planning Engineer in Huntersville, NC (US)

    I worked at ABB (United States) full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    ABB has a variety of interesting project to work on and the management lets you pursue these projects with freedom.
    They also have a great safety culture. The working culture depends plant to plant. Most of the plants have a welcoming family-like culture. Generally the working hours are a little over 40 a week and under medium stress.

    Cons

    The management changes a lot which creates distrust between "blue-collar" and "white collar" workers. They pay lip-service to improvement programs such as Six-Sigma and Lean but often don't have the push to really achieve these.

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