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30+ days ago

North America Sales Manager

AMETEK, Inc. Kent, OH

* Identify growth opportunities in target industry applications, develop and implement market strategies for product line to NA OEM and aftermarket…

30+ days ago

Division Vice President of Engineering

AMETEK, Inc. Kent, OH

This position will be responsible for the engineering leadership of the Floorcare and Specialty Motors North American business and will additionally…

25 days ago

Div VP of Operations

AMETEK, Inc. Streetsboro, OH

The Division VP of Operations will oversee the Companys Global production, supply chain, logistics, manufacturing engineering and health/safety…

8 days ago

Shipping Logistics Coordinator

Ametek Streetsboro, OH

Seeking a Shipping Logistics Coordinator who will be responsible for coordinating and performing all essential functions for the delivery or orders… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Product Acceptance Manager

Ametek Streetsboro, OH

•Understand the discipline of testing and how to implement a testing process. •Clearly define the role and mission/goal of the testing process… Glassdoor

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    Former Employee - Senior Level Manager in Kent, OH
    Former Employee - Senior Level Manager in Kent, OH

    I worked at AMETEK


    The corporation originally was based on a high degree of autonomy within each of the individual operating units. The corporate offices were primarily a efficient financial mechanism to support the growth of the divisions. A family atmosphere was strongly promoted and respect for the individual was very good. Over the past several years however, bottom-line at all costs thinking has been the norm - to a very high degree, many of the original principles are slipping away quickly.


    One - there is no visibility on future of the individual employee's career. Bottom-line at all costs thinking has become the norm. Although this has been sold as the best path to enhance shareholder value, many times margins have slid through "meat-ax" plant closures. I would be careful to have some candid talks with current employees before accepting a position. Check Ametek's history of acquisitiion and closure. I personally know of colleagues who accepted transfers to locations that were ceased less than 6 months after a move. As an investor, I sold my holdings 2 years ago and have no plans to repurchase. If you like the GE model, this may be the place for you!

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    Restore some of the values of the Lux era. Bring some balance to the numerous stakeholders. Shareholder enhancement has been very good. However, the other stakeholders in successful respected corporations, namely employees, communities, and product quality have suffered.

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