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Based on 778 responses, the job of Controls Engineer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.93 out of 5. On average, Controls Engineers are highly satisfied with their job.
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January 2019
"Good mid sized City."
Controls Engineer in Birmingham:
Pros: The city doesn't have a ton of stuff to do, but it's not in the middle of no where. You won't get bored.
Cons: There isn't much to do outdoors
October 2019
"Family Oriented."
Controls Engineer in New Albany:
Pros: It’s a Christ first family atmosphere
Cons: Benefits
September 2015
"GM."
Controls Engineer:
Pros: Work flexibility, perks, management opportunity.
Cons: Stress level, not enough support, work load.
January 2016
Controls Engineer:
Find a company that values the importance of Controls Engineering.
March 2016
"A decent stepping stone to bigger and better things."
Controls Engineer:
Pros: My schedule is usually flexible and I can work from home if I need to.
Cons: Sometimes I am required to spend several weeks or even months at a time far away from home working very long (12 hour) days, often 6 or 7 days a week until my part of the project is complete.
October 2016
"Technical Excellence."
Controls Engineer:
Pros: Good place for technology and innovation.
Cons: Lack of recognition and mentoring for new employees.
October 2016
"What projects will I be involved in."
Controls Engineer:
Agree the system requirements and develop your control algorithms based on the requirements. Always test your development models and ask for advice if uncertain in any way.