highly productive and a leading optical industry in the country
dispensing optician (Former Employee) – nigeria – May 13, 2013
the work is 11 hours a day,a learnt a soft glazing or dispensing of lenses,production and surfacing of the lense,the management is averagely ok anyway,the team work is sure indeed,the job is fun pleasure
Sales operational assistant (Former Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – July 12, 2017
I experienced incompetent managers, people who took credit for your work, harassment, "do as I say, not as I do" managers, managers who were quick to deny issuing the orders they issued, and unclear instructions on what to do.
Highly stressful work environment, incompetent managers
Great place to learn about CMOS sensor technologies
Partnership Manager (Former Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – February 11, 2016
Manage eco-system partners Introduce suitable sensor for specific project Program/Project management, ensure customer project with partners deliver on schedule Manage multi-segements markets partners, from security camera, mobile phone/tablet, PC to automotive
opportunity to interact with the latest technologies related to imaging
Sr. Analog Design Engineer (Former Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – October 22, 2015
OV is a relative stable company found 20 years ago. Due to high growth of mobile, it has become one of the biggest camera company. The good thing is that it can give you very professional work experience in the field of image sensor.
A hard working and rewarding CMOS sensor start up company.
Manager of Assembly and Test (Former Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – July 10, 2012
Muti-tasking on assemply packaging solution, testing and procuring better quality vendors with lower cost. Learned to derive solution to problem by applying what I'd learnt from my previous jobs. A group of young talented managers to manage and to build up a new organization with experties and cultures from different backgrounds. The hardest part of the job is lack of equipments. The most enjoyable part of the job was figuring out a way to do the job with the lack of equipment.