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Electrical Engineer III - Inverter Design

UEC Electronics Charleston, SC

UEC is seeking a highly motivated, innovative self-starter that has a have high level of integrity to fill an advanced level electrical engineer… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Electrical Engineer III - Energy Storage

UEC Electronics Charleston, SC

This position provides an opportunity to work at a company which maintains a friendly and small business atmosphere while being awarded the fastest… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Associate Electrical Engineer

UEC Electronics Charleston, SC

UEC is looking for an engineer who is motivated and enthusiastic about working in a high-mix, low volume electronics environment! Candidates need to… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Software Developer I

UEC Electronics Charleston, SC

UEC is seeking a software developer who is interested in participating in the full life cycle of development of new products from marketing… Glassdoor

UEC Electronics Reviews

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4 Ratings

    Some growing pains, but an overall good company

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Hanahan, SC
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Hanahan, SC

    I have been working at UEC Electronics full-time


    I have worked at bad companies and this is not one. It is not perfect but there is plenty of opportunity for ambitious people to achieve success and be recognized for good work at UEC. The people who work here are generally friendly and good at what they do.


    Material shortages due to (I presume) an obsession with staying "lean". Work often stops because kits are typically only issued just enough material to cover the job. This leaves almost no room for error which is unrealistic. Admittedly, production employees could do better to aid with inventory control but most don't go above and beyond just for improvement's sake.

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    Find a way to motivate employees to personally invest in their work. A sense of ownership and less cynicism at the bottom levels goes a long way to improving the quality of our products and our work experience. Good people attract good people and build a culture that yields satisfaction at every step of the product life cycle.

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