Receptionist/HR Assistant/Acct Clerk (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – October 14, 2015
Consistently busy and multi-tasking is in high demand. Structured office. Co-workers assisting where needed. Challenges occurred and without hesitation resolution followed to help resolve time sensitive matters. It's about balance within a company, doing excellent work providing outstanding results.
A casual environment with a big corporation mentality of employee-minded interest
Inventory Control Technician (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – January 14, 2013
Quantum Design was a great company to work for. From the executives to middle management, it seemed as though they all had a personal interest in your well-being. It was constantly busy there, but on down time, catching up with co-workers was encouraged. Mid day pizza parties, or after work get togethers was something that the company also encouraged for the sake of really knowing who you spend 8 + hours a day with. The hardest part of working with Quantum was the constant growth we experienced in business, which was had to keep up with having limited staff members for each department, so trying to keep up was a bit stressful at times. At the end of the day, there was no immediate pressure coming from the "top", so we were free to work at our own pace, which made most of us want to work harder.
free lunches at times, great healthcare, free to take breaks or lunches whenever
very good co, to work for, very nice facilities, prod. floor, cafeteria.
quality control receiving inspector (Former Employee) – San Diego – September 25, 2012
Good company to work for, always communicating to the employee about the plans and the progress of the company, good facilities to work on, good support group, engineering, materials etc. good management, very nice cafeteria, coffe, tea,, chocolate, very clean facilities. good support co-workers, the support groups, engineering, materials, drawing deparments made the job realy easy and enjoyable.
no pressure for hours work, you can always make up the time.
Product Engineer (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 15, 2014
Typically, I spend some time reviewing current issues in the field, and determine the best course of action. I then spend time checking current systems being built, and ensuring they are progressing as planned.
small company with nice people
management is very frugal, and they very often try and get by on the cheap. the products themselves are well built, but instead of employing additional individuals, the engineers are burdened by more and more work away from their strengths.
Facility Technician (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – August 29, 2013
The position thrives on initiative and being creative when traditional solutions to projects are not always available.Every day is non typical.Different issues arise on any given day which makes the job interesting.Just the last few months i have been very involved in the transition of moving the majority of the company to a larger facility.Management is very supportive of your needs to reach your departmental goals.No matter if it involves authorizing the purchase of necessary tools to do the job or suppling company shirts Quantum Design is always there for the employee.The most valuable lesson that i have learned from this job is humility.The pay may not be much above medium based but the interaction with everyone from co workers to all other departments including management to upper management has been a very positive and rewarding experience.The hardest part of this job was moving heavy furniture up and down stairs.The best part of this job was going to hit a bucket of golf balls at the driving range with my supervisor.
As much overtime as you want. Free food on occasion