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Engineering Intern-SW Development

CommScope, Inc. Forest, VA

Our SW engineering intern will have the opportunity to work with a team of experienced embedded SW development engineers. Tasks may include…

30+ days ago

Engineering Intern-RF

CommScope, Inc. Forest, VA

Our RF engineering intern will have the opportunity to work with experienced HW and RF engineers. Their tasks may include working on test fixtures…

30+ days ago

Engineering Intern-FPGA

CommScope, Inc. Forest, VA

Our FPGA engineering intern will have the opportunity to work with experienced FPGA and HW engineers. Their tasks may include developing, simulating…

30+ days ago

Engineering Project Manager, Software

CommScope, Inc. Forest, VA

This position will support a growing product development team in an agile environment. The successful candidate will collaborate with the software…

30+ days ago

Software Engineering Project Manager General

CommScope Forest, VA

• Manage one or more software development projects using an agile software development process throughout the products' lifecycles…

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Marvin (Eddie) S. Edwards, Jr
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    Good when it was Andrew but after Commscope took over it went down hill fast

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    Former Employee - Electronics Technician in Forest, VA
    Former Employee - Electronics Technician in Forest, VA

    I worked at CommScope


    It was a decent place to work when it was Andrew because they didnt have the educational credential policy for all positions although management still needed to be changed to an electrical engineer. The vacation is good.


    The electronics manufacturing is run by management who doesnt have a clue about how electronics works. Employees on the manufacturing floor are treated with disrespect and get the impression from management that we are "beneath" them. When you tell them about a technical problem they act like you dont know what you are talking about even though you are the one with a degree and experience in electronics. Also, they have educational credetialistic poilices in place to keep you from ever advancing beyond your current position without going back to school. Nevermind the fact you have the skills, ability, and knowledge to do the job, or that you meet or exceed every other requirement for the job. UNITED HEALTH CARE HIGH DEDUCTABLE INSURANCE THAT DOESNT COVER ANYTHING AND IS REDICULOUSLY PRICED. Also, no career advancement opportunites for manufacturing employees (only management and salaried employees).

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Put someone in charge of an electronics operation that has an electronics background (i.e electrical engineer) instead of a business management major. Also, get rid of the educational credential requirements for positions and promote from within first!!! You are losing valuable personnel to other companies (who dont have those policies and who do promote from within) because of these policies. And the strange thing about the educational credential policy is that there are people in positions that require those credentials but dont have them and this sends mixed signals and indicates favoritism. AND GET RID OF UNITED HEALTH CARE - THEIR INSURANCE SUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!

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