Process engineer (Former Employee) – Camarillo, CA – December 5, 2018
Actual duties will not match the job description. They claim collaboration with other departments in the req, but discourage it in real practice. Follow the rules, do your job, changes will not be accepted regardless of ROI or benefit. There is no desire for improvement. They fear change like most companies. The majority of the staff are long time employees, they like how things are and do not and will not deviate. Very disappointing knowing what they could potential become. They are looking for mindless worker bees, not improvers or innovators. Not interested in developing the employees, no training opportunities exist, no professional development activities are approved. 'Do what we tell you to do, nothing more.'
Management, no change mentality, no advancement opportunities, no development opportunities
Multi Media Specialist (Former Employee) – Daytona Beach, FL – November 27, 2018
I'll start things off. On the most basic level, I enjoy talking with people. My job provides me an opportunity to put that basic urge to use for a purpose. I'm a very social person since before the word "social' meant anything other than in-person. I Was able to be creative with great results. Developed some strong work relationship that carried on after being laid off. Great people to associate with.
Administrative Functional Support/Materials Mgmt (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – November 27, 2018
I spent 28 years working at Teledyne Brown, and of course this relationship has been up and down, but for the most part, I've enjoyed a great career. I've gained much and been involved in some challenging experiences
When Contracts are up and running this is a great place to work.
locations, CAD Instructor (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – October 31, 2018
Teledyne Brown Engineering was my first professional technical job that I ever had. Working on the documentation of Payloads for more than a dozen Shuttle flights was a privilege and an honor. For 14 years management was very helpful and friendly. Then the contract ended and there were too many elbows at the table and it was time to look elsewhere.
Pressures on management mount when they have to deal with letting people go. My immediate manager did not take those changes well.
Overall this was a good company to work for. The days were manageable, the morale of others was generally high. I will say i did have a negative experience with the shift supervisor, but I wont hold that against him seeing as how he had just been promoted and didn't quite know how to handle his new position.
Quality Inspector (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – October 8, 2018
Good group of manufacturing and quality managers with solid base of manufacturing personnel. Solid range and versatile manufacturing skill levels. Exceptional range of engineering, product and service. Quality minded culture with practical application.
Questionable management, high work load for low pay
Equipment Operator/assembler (Former Employee) – Redlands, CA – October 4, 2018
The pay did not match up to the responsibilities and quality assurance assumed. Management was very poor in that it felt very hostile and stressful. Leaders were quick to discipline first, then ask questions and look for a remediation later. There was very little support and “looking out for the employees” by management.
Research and Development Technician (Current Employee) – Daytona Beach, FL – September 30, 2018
Teledyne is a company that has may business units spread all over the world incompasing many different applications of science and technologies. the working enviorment is fast paced and very compedative place to work.