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30+ days ago

Director, Commercial Services

Charles River Analytics Cambridge, MA

In this key position, you will lead our efforts to conceptualize commercialization opportunities for Charles River technologiesfrom selecting… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Robotics Software Engineer

Charles River Analytics Cambridge, MA

/Activities: • Act as Test Director overseeing test planning and execution, managing an interdisciplinary team of engineers and operators… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Scientist/Sr. Scientist-Decision Management

Charles River Analytics Cambridge, MA

In this key position in our Decision Management Systems division, you will develop and foster relationships with customers, design innovative… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Electrical Engineer II- Robotics

Charles River Analytics Cambridge, MA

/Activities: • Design custom circuits to support power systems, sensors, and other electronics • Design and oversee the implementation of… Glassdoor


8 days ago

Purchasing/Property/Office Administrator

Charles River Analytics Cambridge, MA

Purchasing • Processes purchase requests, obtains purchase approvals, creates purchase orders, negotiates with vendors, and tracks order status… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Electrical Technician-UUV

Charles River Analytics Cambridge, MA

Charles River Analytics is seeking an Electrical Technician to join our Wakefield, RI office. The selected candidate will participate in the… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Software Engineer- Sensor Processing & Robotics

Charles River Analytics Cambridge, MA

Since our focus is to create novel, game-changing technologies, the ideal candidate will thrive in the face of changing or loosely-defined… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Cyber Software Engineer, Decision Management Systems

Charles River Analytics Cambridge, MA

In addition to cyber techniques like static and dynamic analysis and network packet analysis, you will use ideas from a number of fields including… Glassdoor


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    More engineering, less management

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    I worked at Charles River Analytics full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    The biggest pro (and also biggest con) is the fact that nearly everyone at CRA is either an engineer or a scientist. If you come from a place that was overburdened with management, you might appreciate having less of it around. If you enjoy a lot of freedom to self direct yourself (and can actually do it productively), you'll also do well here.

    Other pros include total health care coverage (you don't pay a dime towards it), a nice profit-sharing retirement plan of 15% (once you meet the tenure threshold), and as I was leaving, they were transitioning the company to an employee owned company, where stocks of the company are allotted to employees which reside in your retirement account. You accumulate these stocks and when you retire, you cash them out. They also provide snacks, though on a somewhat "limited" basis. (i.e. the snacks are usually gone by Friday and don't get restocked until Monday; contrast to Google, where they stock so many snacks, food and beverages that you couldn't possibly deplete them, even if you were being shady and taking stuff home.)

    The culture is also a bit "younger" than some other places. This results in a faster pace environment and newer technologies being adopted very quickly. CRA is very supportive in helping employees learn new things, attending conferences, buying books and other resources, etc.

    Cons

    The biggest pro is also the biggest con, as without management, you see the lack of team building and structure that would normally be in place. If you're the kind of person who thrives in structured environments, you may not do well at CRA.

    Another some-what con is the profit sharing retirement plan tenure requirement. It requires that you work there for 1 year before it becomes active, and then, the deposit is only made into your account at the end of your 2nd year. So that's basically two full years without any company contributions to your retirement account. If you can get past that, then the 15% is pretty nice (no employee contribution required).

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