Precision Medical Technologies
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Precision Medical Technologies Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $25M to $100M (USD)
  • Industry
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Salary estimated from 136 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Production & Manufacturing

CNC Machinist
$20.81 per hour
CNC Lathe Operator
$21.12 per hour
CNC Programmer
$24.37 per hour
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 44 reviews and is evolving.


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Machinist in Warsaw, IN
on May 8, 2021
Bad management.
Look elsewhere for a job. Don’t waste your time working for this company. Management is horrible. Company is badly managed with very little direction.
Machinist in Warsaw, IN
on November 6, 2020
Management is supportive, and their handling of COVID has been great. I feel valued as an employee and very lucky to work here—especially when other companies in Warsaw have been laying people off left and right. Hope I work here a long time.
Quality Inspector in North Manchester, IN
on October 29, 2020
Management makes working there very difficult. The amount of immature, degrading gossip that goes on daily is truly sickening. They talk poorly about the employees to other employees as well. Some managers don't even work 40 hours so their availability for issues/questions lacks severely. They also make it impossible for you to succeed at your job since they unload their work onto you! HR is zero help as they would rather fire you than address any negative issues with management! Used to be a great place to work until 2019, when new management came on board.
CNC Machinist in Indiana
on October 9, 2020
Good place to work overall, New product all the time with new non proven out programs can be challenging especially for an off shift when you are left hung out to dry if there is a program issue.
CNC Machinist in North Manchester, IN
on May 28, 2020
This job, it's take it or leave it. Management doesn't care about how you make parts as long as you get them out. They would rather yell at you about a problem rather than try to figure out how to fix it, and too much drama between management in one building as well. Raises? What are those and who do you have to suck up to for that? If you work hard and make quality parts, you might as well stop. It does you no justice.
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Insights from 9 Indeed users who have interviewed with Precision Medical Technologies within the last 5 years.

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Process takes about a day or two
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