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We currently have 5 open jobs at Crane Aerospace & Electronics. We've calculated that the average salary at Crane Aerospace & Electronics is $70K based on 190 user-submitted salaries A total of 23 Crane Aerospace & Electronics employees gave Crane Aerospace & Electronics an average happiness rating of 3.3 out of 5.0.

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Current CEO: David Bender

Status: Active

Crane Aerospace and Electronics is a division of Crane, Co., a worldwide corporation that manufactures specialized, complex industrial products.

Crane Aerospace careers are highly competitive. There are nine companies within CAE’s corporate division. Hyrdo-Aire and P.L. Porter are both located in Burbank, CA. Lear Romec is headquartered in Elyria, OH. In the Northeast, there are three divisions: Merrimac Industries (West Caldwell, NJ), Polyflon (Norwalk, CT), and Signal Technology (Beverly, MA). Washington locations include ELDEC in Lynnwood and Interpoint in Redmond. Keltec in Fort Walton Beach, FL, is the only Crane Aerospace division in the U.S. South.

Working at Crane Aerospace & Electronics includes many jobs devoted to the development of better technology for existing products or new technology for original inventions. Over the years, Crane has developed and marketed aerospace landing gear control systems, temperature monitoring systems, microelectronics, power management systems, frequency synthesizers, radar transmitters, multifunction assemblies, fuel flowmeters, hydraulic components, log amplifiers, brake monitoring sensors, and aircraft cabin sensors.

Crane Aerospace & Electronics culture reflects the technical performance that is expected of its products. This requires many professional skills. Highly specialized, many Crane positions require incredible attention to detail and process to ensure that safety isn’t compromised. This leads to an intense, professional atmosphere.

Also, corporate offices must work hard to maintain government contracts as well as contracts with other businesses. Crane’s business relies upon its ability to provide products to companies with difficult cash flow problems such as companies that rely on competitive government contracts.

Crane Aerospace & Electronics benefits include group health insurance, disability insurance, life insurance, travel insurance, workers’ compensation, and a 401(K) retirement plan. They offer paid time-off plus holidays. In addition, they offer a pension plan for long term employees. There is a transportation reimbursement or allowance for those who travel for the company. The Crane companies also provide full tuition for external training that is job-related. This ensures that its professionals can update their skills as needed for the highly technical world of aerospace and electronics. These benefits do not apply to the many contract workers that Crane hires.

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