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- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
Great working environment Open communications with all departments Excellent staff Very good work-life balance Great employee development Good compensation
Raises rarely commensurate with individual efforts and achievements Some adminstrative processes over managed and made more complex than necessary for the sake of automation
Advice to Management
In large measure, simply continue to do what you are doing. Even minor changes are always possible to simplify tasks. Continue to acquire and develop new technologies to maintain leadership in the industry.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through other source. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Murata Manufacturing (Tucson, AZ) in June 2012.
A telephone interview with the Marcoms Manager in Mansfield, MA. The Manager, John, was familiar with my experience there and my qualifications, as I had just recently retired from Murata. The position was going to be open in a matter of weeks because the person that had been doing it was leaving for personal reasons. John provided a brief outline of the duties and responsibilities in this position. I accepted the position contingent only on two conditions: first, that I would work no more than 3 days a week (24 hours); secondly, that travel would be minimal. With just that much said, John quickly agreed and I had a new job.
- Would I be satisfied accepting a reduced rate of pay compared with what I had been making as a Field Applications Engineer? 1 Answer
I asked for a slightly higher wage than was offered, but John advised that the position had been approved only at the lower rate.
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When it comes to passives, Murata makes more at a time than almost anybody. Murata Manufacturing is one of the world's largest makers of passive electronic components, primarily capacitors. The components, many of which are made of the ceramic materials that have been a Murata specialty since its founding, are used in many sorts of electronic devices, such as computers, mobile phones, automotive navigation and air bag systems, and medical equipment. The company also makes a wide variety of other components, including filters, antennas, resonators, power supplies, and ...