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30+ days ago

Manager of Electrical Engineering

Quallion LLC Sylmar, CA

•Develop and supervise a staff of technical professionals including electrical engineers and technicians, providing them the training and tools… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Quality Systems Manager

Quallion LLC Sylmar, CA

reports, etc.) for manufacturing, packaging and laboratory investigation reports, change controls, SOP’s and other controlled documents as delegated… Glassdoor

Quallion Reviews

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Jeff Goldberg
2 Ratings

    Good experience, Good People

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    I worked at Quallion for more than 3 years


    Some really hard working, talented people here. Most of them are also pretty friendly and helpful -- people watch out for each other here (at least most of them). The technology is interesting. The pay for the industry is ok. The benefits are pretty solid though. Work-life balance is good. Overall, I really enjoyed my time at Quallion and would recommend it to most people.


    Undesirable part of town. Though the company has many good people, there are some truly nasty, political folks who nobody likes (e.g. Director of Battery Development). As long as you avoid these folks you'll be OK. The new CEO was brought in 2 years ago to fix some accounting problems but unfortunately he knows nothing about batteries or the industry and the company's business/technology direction has floundered. As a result, Quallion has started to focus on the industry of last resort for every battery manufacturer: The Military. Most of the biz dev folks have also defaulted to this position for lack of any new ideas.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Hire a lead technologist to drive the technology development of the company. This person must be a battery expert with extensive experience, not a random medical device guy or some other random person in the CEO's network.

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