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2 days ago

MANAGER, QUALITY ASSURANCE – new

Crown Cork and Seal Company Bradley, IL +3 locations

Lead the Pl Lead thePlant to meet customer and industry quality requirements, and business objectives using your expertise and positive influence for… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Plant Accountant

Crown Cork and Seal Company Belcamp, MD +2 locations

include: 1. Development of the annual budget, annual standard cost updates, monthly, quarterly and annual income projections, monthly reports to… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

CLOSURE SERVICE REP I – new

Crown Cork and Seal Company Lancaster, OH

• Act as the key interface between the Company and the customer in trouble-shooting problems associated with the Companys vacuum closures and the… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

PRODUCTION PLANNING COORD – new

Crown Cork and Seal Company Philadelphia, PA

Production Planning • Build Master Schedule based on SOP and Financial Projection in order to meet customer requirements, Divisional… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

Design Engineer – new

Crown Cork and Seal Company Alsip, IL +2 locations

Assist in the selection of outside engineering consultant to handle electrical design work for large projects. Supervise electrical engineering… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

DIRECTOR, QUALITY ASSURANCE – new

Crown Cork and Seal Company Lancaster, OH

include: • Providing guidance and direction with respect to managing our production processes and implementation of best practices • Ensuring… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

DEPT SUPERVISOR – new

Crown Cork and Seal Company Batesville, MS +4 locations

Communicates all pertinent information between departments and between shifts on changes to equipment, production schedules, production problems or… CareerBuilder


21 days ago

Internal Auditor

Crown Cork and Seal Company Philadelphia, PA

The Internal Auditor will be an ambitious professional, stimulated by the contemporary practice of internal audit and will report directly to the… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

DEPARTMENT MANAGER – new

Crown Cork and Seal Company Hanover, PA

• Maintain and continually improve the Safe operation of the Plant • Manage, lead, and develop Manufacturing Supervisors, Team Leaders, and… CareerBuilder


3 days ago

Production Scheduler – new

Crown Cork and Seal Company Suffolk, VA

As a key member of our food can manufacturing facility in Suffolk, VA the production planner/scheduler will be responsible for the following… CareerBuilder


Crown Holdings Reviews

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Crown Holdings Chairman, President, and CEO John W. Conway
John W. Conway
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    Great for those ready to retire or just starting out

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Administrative Services
    Former Employee - Administrative Services

    I worked at Crown Holdings full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    This company offers great benefits and is a great place to end your career. If you have years of experience and want somewhere that hasn't changed in about 25 years, this is the place for you to sail into retirement.
    If you have little experience and a college degree and want to get your foot in the door somewhere that will be impressive to others in manufacturing industry, this is the place for you to get a good foundation.
    Will allow you to know how to handle many things you would never learn at other companies, because they keep hiring for professional positions down to a minimum.

    Cons

    If you are young, ambitious and looking for a career to fill the years between entry level and retirement, this is not the place for you.
    Do not appreciate high performers if your demographics do not match up with the majority of this company.
    Very little opportunity for advancement
    Very little diversity, employee relations events, and emphasis on positive work/life balance
    Inundated techniques, policies, procedures and technology
    Poor communication across divisional lines

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Move into the 21st century with compensation and technology
    Start caring about your people who make that beautiful corporate campus possible
    Don't have corporate holiday parties and dinners when you won't give your local plants a budget to do anything for the production workers
    Acknowledge your employees with tenure, you have 40 year employees and all they get is an email to pick out a piece of crap, you should do BETTER!
    Hire less VPs, Directors, and fluff workers at the top and allow the plants to have the manpower to be successful without overworking loyal employees

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO