Mini-Circuits Employee Reviews

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not a good place to work
Receiving/ Stock Room Clerk (Current Employee) –  Brooklyn, NYDecember 2, 2013
i will tell everyone not to work there.
no rasie in 4 years. no 401k match.
the medical is a lot out of your pocket.
Pros
none
Cons
management has no clue how to lead.
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Great place to start and learn in a in hospitable fast paced manufacturing environment.
Manufacturing Process Engineer (Current Employee) –  Brooklyn NYJuly 28, 2013
It was good to start but company culture is very poor.
involved with Lean, process improvement, quality control , RMAs, process control and documentation. FMEA introduction.

quality testing, new process / product qualifications, process design, supplier relations and contact.
Pros
good to learn on the job
Cons
very poor work environment.
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A fast-paced, demanding environment with a team of passionate professionals
AS400 Manager (Current Employee) –  Brooklyn, NYJune 2, 2013
Every day at Mini-Circuits is focused on exceeding customer expectations. You will learn the importance of how to keep customer's interest in the forefront. Management is very detail oriented and is quick to make decisions. The hardest part of the job is to finish every task you have decided to finish at the start of the day but in doing so, you will finish the tasks that matter most.
Pros
fast paced, never boring
Cons
short breaks
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Location was close to my home
Senior PCB Designer (Former Employee) –  Brooklyn, NYApril 17, 2013
I got new profession PCB Designer.
Implementation of ECN's, contacting suppliers, checking ECN's of other co-workers, writing ECN's, feasibility and quick design as per electrical engineer requests, preparing or checking artwork, PCB, array panel, stencil design, cooperating with mechanical engineers.
The most enjoyable part of the job is complicated design and check.
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A punitive environment but good place to learn
will not release (Former Employee) –  Brooklyn, NYDecember 22, 2012
Run by one person. Good place for electrical engineers to learn and grow. Boot camp philosophy. Outdated computer system.
Pros
a leader in the field, wins awards every year, good customer service
Cons
no distinction between management and everyone else
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work like a robotic.
Robotic Test Operator (Former Employee) –  Brooklyn, NYOctober 3, 2012
too mechanical, no humane, worked in a closed and fixed place, listened to the order from team leader.
Pros
pay over time.
Cons
too mechanical, no humane
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