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Oshkosh Corporation Oshkosh, WI +2 locations

Assist engineers and designers with design tasks to ensure the smooth flow of operations within the engineering department. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND… Glassdoor

10 days ago


Oshkosh Corporation Columbia, MO

The primary responsibility of this position will be assisting with PowerPoint presentation for executive level… Glassdoor

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Oshkosh Corporation Columbia, MO

Be responsible for and oversee international shipments, export documentation, payment, and revenue… Glassdoor

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Oshkosh Corporation Columbia, MO

Ensures projects within projects are accomplished within budget parameters. Manage multiple projects and… Glassdoor

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Oshkosh Corporation Villa Rica, GA

Position general responsibilities are as follows: • Installation, start up and shut… Glassdoor

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Oshkosh Corporation Villa Rica, GA

Responsible for all the activities in any of the following Customer Quality areas: Customer Engagement Visits… Glassdoor

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Oshkosh Corporation Columbia, MO

Participate in the definition and pioneer deployment of the Global IT application strategy. Work closely with… Glassdoor

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Oshkosh Corporation Villa Rica, GA

Provides customer service and builds relationships with current and potential customers and provides direction… Glassdoor

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Oshkosh Corporation Cedartown, GA

This position is responsible for operating welding equipment to build high quality parts, subassemblies, and… Glassdoor

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Oshkosh Corporation Columbia, MO

Facilitate all packaging related activities to ensure efficient delivery of materials and to improve… Glassdoor

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Oshkosh Corporation CEO Charles L. Szews
Charles L. Szews
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    Could be much better...

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    Current Employee - Senior Engineer  in  Oshkosh, WI (US)
    Current Employee - Senior Engineer in Oshkosh, WI (US)

    I have been working at Oshkosh Corporation full-time for more than 5 years


    1. Exciting vehicles and products.
    2. Opportunity to work on DoD projects and directly assist our war fighters.
    3. Fast-paced engineering and design environment. Something new every day.
    4. Still some experienced and highly intelligent people left to work with on ground floor.


    1. High level of effort and sacrifice expected, but not willing to pay for it. Salary structure is behind the times and not market competitive. Yearly increases are routinely behind inflation.
    2. Managers are very stuck on themselves and only concerned with self-promotion.
    3. Projects are inadequately managed, resulting in a pile of work at any given moment. The company always seems to be behind on everything, which ends up unnecessarily pushing everyone daily.
    4. Promotions are dangled in front of you, but rarely handed out and very much dictated by a club atmosphere. If you're in the club, you're all set. If not, you're screwed no matter how much effort you put in.
    5. No real internal career paths are defined, nor are dept moves encouraged within the company. Each dept does what it wants and HR only gets involved if there's an issue or fight to keep someone.
    6. Bonus structure is a joke. Honestly, it really is that bad. Might as well just donate to charity instead, would mean more to everyone.

    Overall, company has a militant approach to dealing with employees and customer issues. Very rarely does the right thing get done unless required by law or contract. They simply don't treat employees well.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Do better, we expect more from our leaders... especially for what you get paid. Grow a set and start doing the right thing, stand up for your people when they are right.

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