Process Engineer Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Process Engineer?

August 2017
"Philadelphia is a great city."
Process Engineer in Philadelphia:
Pros: Always things to do. Great culture, good pop up bars, good food scene. Cost of living is not too expesive.
Cons: Public transport options could be better. Uber/ lyft are available though. Some areas not safe.
August 2017
"Trouble shooting, Optimizing, Engineer design, project manag."
Process Engineer in Jeanerette:
Pros: The people and the open nature of the work.
Cons: The hours, there is a lot of overtime required in this job.
August 2017
"Great City with lots to do."
Process Engineer in Kingston:
Pros: Lots of events are hosted by various communities throughout the city. There is a large population of young adults from the number of universities/colleges in the area.
Cons: Takes around 2 hours without traffic to drive to Toronto. I would rather be closer.
March 2014
"Oil And Gas."
Process Engineer:
Chemical Engineer should not work in a manufacturing company. The opportunity to build technical skills are limited and job satisfaction is scarce.
January 2018
"City culture."
Process Engineer in Mumbai:
Pros: Way of life. Weather.
Cons: Traffice.
February 2018
"Near Home."
Process Engineer in Hillman:
Pros: Near current home and in the country.
Cons: Rural.
October 2018
"Hard Work Could pay off."
Process Engineer in Hampton:
Pros: The team is very pragmatic and down to earth. Willing to get the job done safely and correctly without compromising quality.
Cons: Management is very closed and not very transparent. Decisions that are flowed down are questionable and without consensus which causes frustration among the employees.
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