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5 days ago

HARDWARE DESIGN ENGINEER

Astronautics Corp. of America Phoenix, AZ

• Working with cross-functional project teams to create subsystem elements for flight-critical display and airborne server systems. • Engaging in… CareerBuilder


5 days ago

SYSTEMS/PROJECT ENGINEER

Astronautics Corp. of America Phoenix, AZ +2 locations

• Driving systems engineering processes, methodologies and tools to the design of systems and new product development within the project team… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

EMI Design Engineer

Astronautics Corp. of America Milwaukee, WI +2 locations

• Generate design documentation to ensure the delivery of a quality finished… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Electrical Design Engineer

Astronautics Corp. of America Milwaukee, WI +2 locations

• Facilitate design reviews with key stake holders, including Design Engineering, Production and Manufacturing. • This individuals primary… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

R&D Engineer/Scientist - Computational Modeling

Astronautics Corp. of America Milwaukee, WI

• Develop state-of-the-art analytical and computational models of magnetic refrigeration systems • Support device and product development by… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Systems Engineer Intern

Astronautics Corp. of America Milwaukee, WI

• Develop avionics systems architecture • Define and allocate performance requirements • Prepare system requirements, system design and… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Electronics Manufacturing Engineering Manager

Astronautics Corp. of America Milwaukee, WI +2 locations

• Organize and lead lean manufacturing and continuous improvement… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Systems Engineer

Astronautics Corp. of America Milwaukee, WI

• Driving systems engineering processes, methodologies and tools to the design of systems and new product development within the project team… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Mechanical Design Engineer

Astronautics Corp. of America Milwaukee, WI

Design: • Lead project mechanical design effort by designing avionics enclosures including mechanical components such as heat-sinks, stiffeners… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Hardware Design Engineer I (FPGA/PLD)

Astronautics Corp. of America Milwaukee, WI

• Working with cross-functional project teams to create subsystem elements for flight-critical display and airborne server systems. • Developing… CareerBuilder


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    Interesting work, but company policies from the fifties

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Milwaukee, WI
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Milwaukee, WI

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

    Pros

    Interesting aerospace projects, and your work will make a noticeable contribution.
    Balance between large projects and smaller short term ones, keeps the work fresh.
    Managers are approachable and easy to work with.
    Coworkers mostly enjoy their jobs

    Cons

    The neighborhood is terrible. Do not feel safe outside the building. In fact the guards have been mugged in recent past, and an employee mugging seems to happen every few months. There have been a dozen reported shootings in the last 3-4 months within a mile of the building.
    It is difficult to get the tools needed to do your job. I have been known to take work home so I can design on tools I have there, such as Visio. Recent policy is to avoid free utilities, but there is no process to acquire needed tools, like good text editors, hex editors, python, etc.
    Upper management has been traditionally tight on supplies as well. This has been loosening up in the last few years, but it can still be hard to find something as basic as a binder clip.
    Pay seems stagnant. Many folks I speak with have seen 1% raises in 4 years. Benefits are a bit skimpy.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You have a good engineering group. You need to concentrate on letting them do their job without interference and work instead on leveraging that work into new contracts.

    Training should be encouraged and ongoing, not something the employee is expected to do on his time and dime.

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