Q: What is it like working as a Process Development Engineer?
Process Development Engineer in Painted Post:
Pros: I enjoy the hands on work I do, as well as, the ability to perform research for new and existing technology.
Cons: The pay is low for me. Not necessarily true for everyone else though.
Process Development Engineer in Ipoh:
Pros: Flexibility, friendly environment, helpful superiors, no politics.
Cons: Slow increment, manpower issue, not so much employee's benefits, directors with no direction.
It is a fast paced, engaging position. Your responsible for making decisions that could help or hurt the program.
Process Development Engineer in Boise:
Pros: It is always changing and the challenges are ever present. It doesn’t get boring.
Cons: Decisions are not always made at the right level, which results in slow decisions.
Project Management Of New Plant Upgrade, Plant Installation.
Process Development Engineer:
Pros: The freedom to run projects, budgets, etc. Make informed decisions in the adminastration sense.
Cons: Micro management, the inability to make your own decisions. Clients not taking ownership.
Excellent work environment.
Process Development Engineer in Santa Barbara:
Pros: the people and the culture
Cons: limited resources sometimes affect productivity