Milwaukee Electric Tool Jobs & Careers in Brookfield, WI

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18 days ago

Senior Battery Applications Engineer

Milwaukee Electric Tool Brookfield, WI

Milwaukee currently employs approximately 1,300 people globally. The company continues to set industry standards by targeting professional tool users… Milwaukee Electric Tool


12 days ago

Design Engineer

Milwaukee Electric Tool Brookfield, WI

Milwaukee currently employs approximately 1,300 people globally. The company continues to set industry standards by targeting professional tool users… Milwaukee Electric Tool


4 days ago

Engineering Technician - Regulatory

Milwaukee Electric Tool Brookfield, WI

Milwaukee currently employs approximately 1,600 people globally. The company continues to set industry standards by targeting professional tool users… Milwaukee Electric Tool


25 days ago

Project Leader - Value Engineering

Milwaukee Electric Tool Brookfield, WI

Milwaukee currently employs approximately 1,600 people globally. The company continues to set industry standards by targeting professional tool users… Milwaukee Electric Tool


28 days ago

Internship - Sales Operations

Milwaukee Electric Tool Brookfield, WI

· Assist in business development projects for our larger customers, working directly with Coordinators assigned to those accounts. · Create and… Milwaukee Electric Tool


16 days ago

Sr. Project Leader

Milwaukee Electric Tool Brookfield, WI

o Participate as a member of the department’s management team in the development of new product process strategies, plans and improvement initiatives… Milwaukee Electric Tool


25 days ago

Maintenance Technician

Milwaukee Electric Tool Mukwonago, WI

Routine vial inspections using vernier calipers, depth gauges and optical comparator-assisted measuring. Daily… Milwaukee Electric Tool


11 days ago

Continuous Improvement Engineer

Milwaukee Electric Tool Mukwonago, WI

o Measure and report progress on an on-going basis of improvement procedures in process and provide benefits and results upon completion. o Works… Milwaukee Electric Tool


14 days ago

Sr. Quality Engineer

Milwaukee Electric Tool Mukwonago, WI

• Research, develop and revise Quality Policies, Procedures, System Instructions, Engineering Standards and Work Instructions that govern the… Milwaukee Electric Tool


12 days ago

Mechanical Engineer

Milwaukee Electric Tool Mukwonago, WI

o Develop new product ideas into working concepts. o Collaborate with the cross functional teams to design and innovate Empire Level products. o… Milwaukee Electric Tool


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    Not a career company

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    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Engineer in Brookfield, WI
    Current Employee - Engineer in Brookfield, WI

    I have been working at Milwaukee Electric Tool full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Flexible hours
    Good stepping stone if you have limited experience.
    Company loves hiring young people out of college with zero experience.
    I like my Manager and co-workers

    Cons

    Not the type of place one sees themselves being at for long, hied right out of school 3 years later they leave.
    High turnover and regular "rolling layoffs"
    No clear work instruction.
    Tuition program is practical gutted to zero now, lucky if it cover 1/4 the cost to actually get the degree today
    Horrible communication cause expensive mistakes and tons of extra work.
    Terrible raises and bonuses, did I say terrible, and it has been that way for a few years - SAD!
    "Promotions" are only more work at the same pay.
    Long, long, long, long work hours lots of missed time from family
    Very stressful and unrealistic workload and no support, have to cover others who are not competent.
    Good old boys club mentality
    Bad moral, employees feel unappreciated and everyone is "watching their back"

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    The last of the real employees who have a wealth of knowledge about the history of the company and products are all nearing retirement and no one is there to "take over the torch".

    The insulting raises and compensation will not attract anyone who has good skills and experience to stay long. The ones near retirement as they are probably not going anywhere but the work force appears to getting less skilled and competent by the day. That too is scaring others off.

    The "bad " reputation of the company is becoming well known in the industry. There is no incentive to work harder or do more. Looks like it is now at a critical junction and long term is not going to end well.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO

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