Q: What is it like working as a Stationary Engineer?
Stationary Engineer in Waterloo:
Have to be able to work rotating shifts. Should have good technical skills and good communication skills, written and verbal.
Stationary Engineer in Niagara:
The isolation can be tedious when your the only operator, also dependent on your relief showing up/or on time. (applies to some smaller plants)
Stationary Engineer in Ottawa:
"Power Engineering Was A Great Late-In-Life Career Choice!"
Pros: Professional, skilled work, technical, licenses required, interesting, satisfying, vital service, boss and his boss are great!
Cons: Paid below industry rate. Company has a poor reputation.