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2 days ago

Export Compliance Manager #14 – new

AeroVironment, Inc. Simi Valley, CA

· Lead and coordinate the administration of export licenses (e.g., DSP-5, DSP-73, DSP-61 and TAA) for the Department of State and Department of… Monster

6 days ago

Commodity Manager #14

AeroVironment, Inc. Simi Valley, CA

Manages complex supplier relationships and improves global supplier manufacturing, business and company processes. Company expert on related complex… Monster

6 days ago

Supply Chain Analyst #14

AeroVironment, Inc. Simi Valley, CA

Supports commodity KPI planning and communication with Supply Chain and other internal business Groups, manages data acquisition and analysis for… Monster

2 days ago

Project Administrator II #14 – new

AeroVironment, Inc. Simi Valley, CA

· This key position is responsible for a wide variety of Administrative functions required to support the International Business Area. · The position… Monster

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AeroVironment Chairman, President, and CEO Timothy E. Conver
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    Great and unique company

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    Current Employee - Manager in Simi Valley, CA
    Current Employee - Manager in Simi Valley, CA

    I have been working at AeroVironment full-time (more than 3 years)


    Company is the leader in military drone niche. The work is interesting and enjoyable. There are a lot of smart people with good ideas. Compared to other defense companies you can make major contributions on a whole project start to finish instead of spending 10 years working on one small piece of a big airplane. You get the tools you need to get jobs done, red tape is relatively little compared to most defense companies, and they have a great policy of allowing employees to do personal projects using company shops and equipment. The company is full of makers and doers and hobbyists so it is a fun place to be if you are a hands-on person. Some of the negative comments from other reviewers might not know what it is really like at most other engineering companies.


    Work environment can be chaotic and challenging. Company is in a growing industry but it is not predictable how the drones business will play out so long term planning is difficult and projects don't always work out. There is not a lot of formal training and direction, it is more of a sink or swim environment where getting the job done fast is the top priority and people need to get their work done without a lot of supervision. Some do well in this type of environment and some don't.

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