- No opinion of CEO
The co-workers are all very friendly, treat each other like family member. Laid back working environment, don't request mandatory overtime.
Do not have big space to grow technically, lacked senior engineers' guidence. A lot of time need to learn by yourself, which wasn't really a bad thing. If you are a self learner, you can definitely learn a lot on your own. If you expect to learn from the senior engineers, you probably will be disappointed. Since a lot of high frequency circuit design knowledge comes from years' of experience, it's really sometime for the seniors to tell you why they did it this way. They just knew from their experience.
Advice to Management
Management can support a little more in providing employees with job related training courses. Update necessary softwares to support engineering designs.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Micronetics (Hudson, NH) in January 2008.
I got the first call from the hiring manager about 1 week after I submitted my resume online. The hiring manager asked about some of my basic information, such as who was my current employer at that time, what was my main job responsibility, why did I want to work for Micronetics. He offered on-site interview in the call and arranged the date. During the on-site interview, a senior engineer asked some technical questions. Got the offer about a week later.
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Micronetics fights noise with noise. The company designs radio-frequency (RF) components and test equipment that help keep signals clear in cellular, wireless cable, satellite, and radar systems worldwide. Products include RF controls for military radar and communications systems, noise source components that test reception and transmission quality, and other noise generators and frequency emulators. Micronetics sells primarily to military contractors like Northrop Grumman and Raytheon. ITT's Electronic Warfare Systems unit (22% of sales) is the company's top ...