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11 days ago

Project Manager - Space Imaging

e2V Chelmsford, England

and defence, and industrial and commercial applications. The Project Manager will… experteer.co.uk

11 days ago

Product & Marketing Manager

e2V Chelmsford, England

of Role: e2v produced the first hand-held thermal camera in the world in the early 1980s and has continued with a record of innovation to become… experteer.co.uk

30+ days ago

Project Manager

e2V Chelmsford, England

, aerospace and defence, industrial and commercial applications. The Project Manager will take responsibility… experteer.co.uk

30+ days ago

Project Manager (maternity cover)

e2V Chelmsford, England

Main Accountabilities Initiation, execution, monitoring and controlling the projects lifecycle to ensure d ...… experteer.co.uk

30+ days ago

Principal Project Manager

e2V Chelmsford, England

Project Manager will take responsibility for the realisation and delivery… experteer.co.uk

30+ days ago

R&D Project Manager

e2V Chelmsford, England

of Role: e2v is a leading designer, developer and manufacturer of specialised components and subsystems. These products enable some of… experteer.co.uk

30+ days ago

PMO Manager/ Lead

e2V Chelmsford, England

Line management of shared PMO resources (Administrators, Coordinators, & Schedulers) across all projects. Provide coaching, mentoring, organise… experteer.co.uk

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    Worst company I have ever worked for

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    Former Employee - Anonymous
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    Where should I start? They brought in a President who fired every person who had been there before he started , lawyers, CFO, entire sales team, etc.. Anyone who stayed on left shortly after. I blame senior management in England for allowing this to happen. They destroyed everything they built up. They have lost several major contracts which will show up after the current backlog is finished. The new people don't have their heart in the business. A few told me, "it's a paycheck" til something better comes along.

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    This company needs to make changes at the very top. The decisions made after Attwood left have everyone scratching their heads. So many great employes terminated for no reason at all. The US division was doing great. Why? I fully expect this company to crash over the next few years. They are very mismanaged from the top.

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