"I came on board as a junior controls engineer in 2018. It gave me many great opportunities and I learned some great skills that will help me for the rest of my career. The team atmosphere was great, and they really made me feel welcome. Overall, it was an amazing experience."
"Great group of people working at USNR. Your able to select your growth path."
"Teamwork and communication is the key"
"Great company to work for, however, a bit on the unfair side for the control engineers who are salary based. Lots of hours that have to start up a plant, however, with a fixed salary it really is not very advantageous to the high quality control engineers that are getting the factory or mill to start producing product. Yet, the mechanical personnel are hourly based. Always thought it was a bit unfair."
"Navy Reserves. Great for benefits."
"USNR is the global industrial manufacturing business with more than several installations around the world. Overall experience with this employer was quite valuable for my career. As a Cost Estimator, I have demonstrated the accurate and efficient estimating skills, proposal compilation skills, customer service, and loyalty to this employer."
"I've been enlisted for four years and it was the best decision I've made."
"I have worked for the Navy for 8 years. I served two terms and enjoyed my time of service but am ready for civilian life."
"Overall positive environment. The machinery that the company produces is impressive, however, work is very compartmentalized. It seemed rather difficult to move up and take on bigger roles. This may be due to the industry being very niche and the company having industry veterans making decisions. I was laid-off due to lumber market fluctuation, so if you're looking for a particularly stable job, this may not be it."
"Ive been attached to the Navy Reserve for almost three years now. It's different. Not great, but different. But my cross assigned command keeps me occupied and challenged and I like that very much. However, my main reserve center's communication is very reminiscent of a chameleon's eyes in that one eye has probably no idea what the other is doing."
"Became A+ certified in 1999 and the rest is history."
"I've worked for the US Navy Reserve for just over 3 years now. The health care is my prime motivation for this position. The pay is alright (E6), but it is only one weekend a month and 2 weeks a year. It's a great place to work for individuals who were previously on active duty."
What do you like about working at United States Navy Reserve?
"We make the job environment a great way to learn new skills and teach others what we know and already knew."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"As long as you do what you're suppose to do then you wont have any problems with the Commanding Officer."
What don't you like about working at United States Navy Reserve?
"There is nothing that I don't like in this company."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"There are no suggestions I have for this company. Everything works fine"
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