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30 days ago

Senior Embedded Firmware Engineer

Microvision Inc. Redmond, WA

The successful candidate will have over seven years professional experience as an embedded firmware engineer. Prior experience developing complex and… Glassdoor

27 days ago

Senior Product Marketing Manager

Microvision Inc. Redmond, WA

As the Product Marketing Manager, you are the companys key driver for identifying opportunities to bring PicoP display technology to market… Glassdoor

16 days ago

Director Systems Engineering*

Microvision Inc. Redmond, WA

The Director of Systems Engineering will provide thought leadership within engineering and throughout the company. The Director will have direct… Glassdoor

30 days ago

Quality Engineer*

Microvision Inc. Redmond, WA

MicroVision currently has an opportunity in our Quality Department for an experienced Quality Engineer. This role requires individual who can… Glassdoor

5 days ago

Contract Quality Inspection Technician

Microvision Inc. Redmond, WA

• Quality background or critical component experience preferred. Required Experience • Extensive experience with electronics or optical… Glassdoor

27 days ago

Embedded Firmware Engineer

Microvision Inc. Redmond, WA

MicroVision offers a dynamic cross functional work environment where your contributions are immediate and of high impact. You will have the… Glassdoor

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Microvision CEO and Director Alex Tokman
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14 Ratings

    Poor Leadership and No Profit!

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    Former Employee - Anonymous
    Former Employee - Anonymous

    I worked at Microvision full-time (less than an year)


    My hiring manager was great and had great drive. The problem was the rest of the managers lack the skill to understand what is really important.


    Managers fail to see what is really important to make money. Not sure why or how they stay in business. I guess if the Board of Directirs want to keep throwing money into it then they are just as bad as the management. I left when my manager left as the one they put in charge had no vision for what I was hired to do.

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    Get your heads on straight and deal with the real issues!

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