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Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering Corporation Limited is known as Ameco Beijing is the largest aircraft maintenance supplier in China.

A Heavy Equipment in AMECO supervisor shares the following review in Indeed: "Management treated the workers like they were better than we made all black people eat outside in the shop. But could not get there act together payable accounts could not be kept up with then craft had to fix all mess-ups about every six months"

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Regional Internal Audit of MCA (Current Employee) says

"No desarrollo profesional"

Heavy Equipment supervisor (Current Employee) says

"Management treated the workers like they were better than us made all black people eat outside in shop. But could not get there act together payable accounts could not be kept up with then craft had to fix all mess ups about every six months"

operador de cargador frontal (Former Employee) says

"Disfrazan los eventos de riesgos, mandos medios poco profesionales"

Auxiliar Administrativo (Former Employee) says

"Puees es tranquilo, lo mas dificil eran los inventarios pero de ahi en adelante nada Cons: Sin oportunidad de estudiar"

Operator/LaborerOperator (Current Employee) says

"We have a great site manager he is a great person. Other then that we have like all jobs we have people in position that absolutely should not be in those positions."

Supervisor mechanical (Former Employee) says

"j'étais en charge de la prefabrication (inspection) auprès du sous traitant Cons: bureau d'etude"

Conductor de Camiones (Former Employee) says

"nada que decir, si hay trabajo se mantiene uno muy ocupado y si no hay nada que hacer ay que esperar que salga algo para ponerse a trabajar.. Cons: mucho o aveces no.."

Supervisor (Former Employee) says

"Creo que es de justo decir que es o fue para mí una buena Empresa ya que gracias a ella pude obtener muchas cosas, depende de cada cual poder generar su ambiente y no dejar que externos presiones sobre uno para no reconocer los beneficios que se obtienen al trabajar en determinadas Empresas, Siempre, siempre se debe rescatar lo mas positivo."

diesel field mechanic (Current Employee) says

"ameco has has provided a good environment to learn the skills i need to be successful in the career i want to be in. the benefits are lacking but the pay and hours are good."

mechanic (Former Employee) says

"maybe it was because it was a new project but it seemed like nobody knew what there job was. but when it finally did take off I guess it did get somewhat better just not so much so fast. Cons: travel involved"

Equipment Consultant, Guinea, Africa (Former Employee) says

"Maintaining prductivity and promoting HSE in regions not affliated with the concept."

diploma (Former Employee) says

"lavoro in fabbrica di produzione con assemblaggio e controllo di materiali plastici Cons: lavoro ripetitivo"

Warehouse & Tool Room Attendant (Current Employee) says

"With the right people its a good place to work. Do you meet some great people working with ameco as well as the people that comes to ameco to help out at times."

Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) says

"Scheduled equipment maintenance, invoiced work done, reports of work completed and still waiting to be performed"

Various Positions (Former Employee) says

"AMECO is a good place to work. Overall you are trusted to do your job and to do it right without much supervision. Most employees are very friendly and easy to work with. However the company has operational issues that could be resolved with training and accountability. it is hard to present and establish new ideas or processes because of the executive team's focus and goals."

Supervisor de Mantencion (Current Employee) says

"Empresa con una gran proyeccion en el ambito de la mineria, gracias a la gran variedad de maquinarias y equipos que tiene para entregar sus servicios asociados. Cons: existe ese tiempo para tomar un cafe o una bebida."

Former Employee - OTR/L, CHT says

"I worked at Ameco full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Management is hilariously bad, structure just not there, commitment, what commitment"

Project Support says

"I have been working at Ameco Cons: Upper management micro manages. Lower management insecure and will not train others. No procedures or guidelines to follow. New employees must have motivation to train themselves, if not, you will not be employed long. Low pay and no pay over 40 hours. Annual salary increases low. The heavy work loads are always placed on the same individuals. Everyone works against each other. No teamwork."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Ameco full-time for more than a year Cons: Salary Behavior Decision making Poor growth Non professional"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Ameco full-time for more than a year Cons: show off bad habits no standard procedures no interest in modernizing not client oriented"

Former Employee - Project Support says

"I worked at Ameco full-time for more than 8 years Cons: Limited Career Advancement, Narrow Mindedness, and Low Wages"

Current Employee - Manager says

"I have been working at Ameco full-time for more than 8 years Cons: Slow in making decisions on key items"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Ameco full-time Cons: little to no overtime/shop work"

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"I worked at Ameco Cons: No growth opportunities for females"

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"I worked at Ameco for more than 8 years Cons: No opportunities to growth within the organizations. People are move laterally despite their errors and poor performance. Rather than promoting from within, people are brought from the outside. Too many changes demoralize employees."

Senior Manager says

"I worked at Ameco for more than a year Cons: Company is driven by the current economic environment of the Civil, Military, and Petro Chemical environment and finical conditions. can make knee jerk decisions to adjust headcount to right size ."

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