Manufacturing Engineer Reviews

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Based on 1,829 responses, the job of Manufacturing Engineer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.69 out of 5. On average, Manufacturing Engineers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Manufacturing Engineer?

January 2019
"Great place to work."
Manufacturing Engineer in Coventry:
Pros: The appreciation you receive for the contribution and job you do.
Cons: Lack of efficiency of the teams, overall.
June 2020
"Positve Learning Experience."
Manufacturing Engineer in Owatonna:
Pros: I like the freedom to control my work and lead projects made up of a cross functional team.
Cons: There is a lack of transparency on certain aspects like pay raise and internal openings.
February 2016
"New Challenges Every Day."
Manufacturing Engineer:
Pros: Interesting projects. Dynamic role. Lots of travel. Respectful environment. Opportunity to grow and learn. Great autonomy and accountability.
Cons: Stressful. High workload. Bad cafeteria. Poor business process efficiency.
February 2014
"Accountablility."
Manufacturing Engineer:
Always look at things a new way. Never stop growing and learning. Always do what is right.
July 2014
"You Are A Number, Not A Person."
Manufacturing Engineer:
Pros: There's job security. Unless you screw up really bad, there's so much red tape in a corporation this size that no one will bother to fire you.
Cons: Honestly it's terrible to work here. They don't care about employees at all. All the silly stereotypical things you see of corporate culture in movies like office space, are horrifyingly accurate. The CEO would literally throw you under a bus if it meant the share price increased.
August 2014
"Do your job happy. Forget other though."
Manufacturing Engineer:
Be in on time . Do your job perfertly. Take care of your workers. Think innovative. Work Hard.
February 2015
"Expect the call."
Manufacturing Engineer:
No matter where you are someone may need help at your plant.