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Barfield, a state of mind, an entrepreneurial culture
Working at Barfield is working for an international group with a human dimension: its organization allows for autonomy, initiative and team spirit.
Your integration within Barfield
At Barfield, everything is done to accompany your first steps in the company, thanks to an integration plan coordinated by the Vice President of Human Resources and your department manager. Whichever your job description or your site, a successful integration is based on four pillars:
- The understanding of the AFI KLM E&M Group’s strategy and how this strategy is translated to Barfield in the Americas,
- The understanding of the transversal characteristic of your product line (Adaptive services, Distribution and Ground Support test Equipment) or your department (Sales and Marketing, Human Resources, Communication, Quality, IT, etc.),
- Getting acquainted with all fields of the profession,
- The understanding and appropriation of your assignments.
Result-driven management, at the center of Barfield’s Human Resources policy
As soon as you arrive, individual objectives in connection with your assignments will be set by your manager. They are set according to the group objectives of your department and manager. Your performance as well as the company depend on the achievement of these objectives.
You therefore have your role to play in the group’s success. To reach your objectives, your manager will give you the necessary amount of autonomy and support through regular meetings and a yearly individual evaluation.
Training, a key element for Barfield
Enabling its employees to develop their skills in order to grow along with technology is essential in the aeronautical maintenance sector. Barfield is fully aware of this and disposes of its own training activity, Barfield training, as well as its network of training staff, whom train the group’s colleagues and make it possible for them to obtain their aircraft qualifications (Boeing, Airbus, etc.). It is also a reference in the profession as our entities train technicians all around the world.
Growing with Barfield also brings the opportunity to develop international project management skills: each year, many colleagues are sent abroad to cto managing projects, directly with our customers or within maintenance centers. Training is a key element, please do not hesitate to contact your HR manager to find out about possible training opportunities.
Spotting talents and accompanying them in their development is essential for the company and the group’s future.
Each year, Barfield offers to many talented staff members the possibility to take on new responsibilities. Internal promotion is a strong value and Barfield pursues this policy to improve the knowledge of its areas of expertise and detect managerial talents.
We have an Internship Program for those of you who are pursuing a college degree in the following fields: Sales & Marketing, IT, Engineering, Finance, Purchasing and Human Resources.
The Internship Program is based on a "needs assessment", done by each of these departments in the last quarter of the year. In some instances, some departments might not be in need of an intern for that particular year.
Requirements to be an intern:
- You must be in your junior year
- Work at least 6 hours per day
- Work 5 days a week
- 6 to 12 months Internship only
If you are interested please fill out the appropriate form.
Barfield, an equal opportunity employer.
People are the cornerstone of our business. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, or other legally protected status. The objective of the policy is to obtain individuals who are qualified or trainable for positions by virtue of job related standards of education, training, experience and other related and valid qualifications. This policy is consistent with the requirements and objectives set forth by Executive Order 11246, and all related Federal regulations. A basic belief at our company is that we are more than a collection of individuals. We are a team, at our best only when every member participates fully.
Barfield is also committed to being an employer of choice. In doing so, the company seeks to develop and nurture its diversity and believes that this diversity strengthens the organization, stimulates creativity, promotes the exchange of ideas and enriches the work lives of all employees. Barfield is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodation to applicants with physical and mental disabilities.
Today Barfield welcomes you. The company values your skills and will accompany you in developing them.
- Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law
If you are an individual with a disability and require a reasonable accomodation to complete any part of the application process, or are limited in the ability or unable to access or use this online application process and need an alternative method for applying, you may contact Sissi De La Espriella, VP-HR, at SISSI.DELAESPRIELLA@BARFIELDINC.COM or at 305.894-5318.
- Date advertised
- Type of Contract
- Full Time
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Test and repair electronic, mechanical and electro mechanical components.
Should be familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field.
Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the jobs.
Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals and perform a variety of tasks. A certain degree of initiative is expected. Has immediate supervision and typically reports to the lead person, supervisor or manager.
High School diploma or its equivalent
2+ years of experience in the field or related area.
Must possess the ability to follow written instructions from technical manuals and other documents.
Must train to work towards the ability to troubleshoot, calibrate and repair units, using schematics diagrams, and Component Maintenance Manuals (CMMs), and other documents with further training.
Must train and work on ability to solder and desolder electronic components (surface mounted) while working to be proficient, and has good understanding about ESD.
Must train and gain knowledge and experience with basic electronic and Advance testing equipment. (Voltmeters, Oscilloscopes, Function Generators, Spectrum analyzer, etc.).Proficient in using ATE equipment.