Process Engineer Reviews
Q: What is it like working as a Process Engineer?
Process Engineer in Woodridge:
"Its a great area to work in."
Pros: Close to the highway.
Cons: Toll roads everywhere.
Process Engineer in Irvine:
"Work from home."
Pros: Irvine is centrally located and worked there for years, but now I telecommute.
Cons: The 405 is traffic Intensive during peak hours.
Process Engineer in Plainfield:
"Manuafacturing off the beaten path."
Pros: Cost of living is very reasonable for this area of the country. Short travel to minor and major cities in the area.
Cons: None found yet...
Process Engineer in Berthoud:
"Age should not determine pay!"
Pros: It lets me use my creative thinking to solve problems. I'm always learning new things. I feel important sometimes. I have responsibilities.
Cons: Stressful, being micromanaged. Having to pick up slack of others. Going above and beyond and never being praised for it. Doing more than others who have been there longer and getting paid less because I'm younger so I must not know what I'm doing.
Process Engineer in Winston-Salem:
Pros: Flexibility, challenging, use of degree.
Cons: Corporate culture, stress level, management.
Process Engineer in Joplin:
"Not too shabby."
Pros: Working with the operators and making their jobs easier, less stressful and more rewarding.
Cons: I enjoy some equipment maintenance, but I have to do probably too much to put as much time as I would like into process improvement.
Process Engineer in Manassas:
"Good stepping stine."
Pros: Schedule. Diversity. Multi interdisciplinary.
Cons: Growth opportunities. Structure. Nature of business cyclic.