Senior Quality Engineer IV (Current Employee) – Angleton, TX – January 27, 2016
Benchmark has been interesting to say the least. It is a contract manufacturer that is very fast paced and goal oriented. I have been there eight years through good times and bad. It has molded me into the motivated quality professional I am today. It is NOT easy to work there and the environment can be overly stressful but the focus on meeting achievements is satisfying.
Inspector and Assemblier (Former Employee) – Angleton, TX – January 10, 2016
I enjoyed the environment around the company. I learned to become an inspector and assemblier. as an inspector learned how to inspect PCB boards if its wrong polarity,different pastor pass or fail. as an assembler learn to build different types of units putting on different wires, nuts, screws and washers. Management was very helpful and nice to employees. Co-workers I enjoyed working with all worked together. Hardest job was conformal coating. Enjoyable part of the job was able to come to work in a nice place to work and enjoying the people around you and able to get your job done in timely manner.
I would handle various task self motivated and in a timely manner. From sending out quotes and bids for electronic parts to the issue of a purchase order, push or pull in parts for inventory control and fill back orders. I would be on phone for customer service for various reasons. I also handled working switch board operator and direction of customers entering the establishment. Maintaining files, logs, spread sheets, invoices, and all around office data entry. As well as working on problem issues in my area. I helped train new employees. My job was to stay on task complete daily routines with little to no supervision. I would work over time and holidays when needed. I can work as a team player or well alone. I really enjoyed this job. I quit after ten years t be stay at home mom and to care for my mother with Alzheimer disease. Now I am ready to get back to job force full speed. Thanks so much.
Monday through Friday 8-5 pm, weekends off, medical benefits, stable employment, fantastic supervisors and co workers.
Really wasn't anything to complain about loved my job there.
At Benchmark Electronics I trained all the new employees that came into the stockroom. I also went to other departmetns to help as well. I ended up in the shipping department working on Kentrox shipping them all over the world
Electrician (Former Employee) – Angleton, TX – July 14, 2015
Job requires line level troubleshooting , testing of assembled circuit boards. Always learning how to use new test equipment for deferent assemblies. Able to work with co- workers in other departments and good organization by management.
company does not care about thier employees, only the bottom line.
Commodity Manager (Former Employee) – Moorpark, CA – June 19, 2015
Benchmark takes at least two months to hire, and has major communication issues. The Purchasing dept. has been without a Manager for over a year and a half. The employees there are wonderful, but the morale is at an all time low, and key people are leaving.
o Assembly Specialist III (Former Employee) – tempe , az – May 11, 2015
I come to work and build PC boards. My boss is very nice to all the employees, and whenever it was required he would always help me. My co-workers were very friendly we developed a good relationship with one another.
Reconcile inventory discrepancies, conduct daily cycle counts, run reports for management, attend daily meetings, test company software and report any issues to management, ensure process compliance throughout the company
Hardest part of the job- trying to keep up with all that I needed to do in order to meet the demands of my job, short handed.
Most enjoyable- helping the company succeed by ensuring transactions were done correctly
I really did like working here and if the Pulaski TN facility had not closed down I would think that I would still be there. This is where I got my love for troubleshooting electronics and test sets. I loved the the fast pace and the almost overwhelming work load in the Test Engineering Department.
Okay needs to work togther as team more. Each area is only concerned about themselves. If a process needs to be improved no one will take control to change it or even willing to look at it. They would rather keep the norm, and over pay, waste cost than improve.