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Based on 3,893 responses, the job of Project Engineer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.94 out of 5. On average, Project Engineers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Project Engineer?

January 2014
"I Have A Very Good Experience With My Employer. "
Project Engineer:
Pros: The best thing in Wipro are the values they provide and follow very rigorously. For example. A. Intensity to win. B.unyielding integrity. C.acting with sensiivity. And the motto of Wipro is "Applying thought". All of these factors have made me a better professional and taught me how to handle varied situations in a smoother way.
Cons: The salary hike is very minimal even though the working hours are not compromised. I am not sure whether it is because of the recession or anything else.
January 2014
Project Engineer:
To have flexibility and commitment.
July 2015
"Captain of a Ship!"
Project Engineer:
Pros: As a Project Engineer, it is very important that you should understand technical and commercial things. Your learning will never stop in this field. You will always have a great opportunity to get more out of it. Also, it is not boring job just to come in office and do routine job and only theoretical job. You can improve your general communication and personal attitude in this field, which I like the most.
Cons: Sometimes handling contractors & internal team is frustrating, but our work is to handle them. This activity, I dislike.The job satisfaction is not there.
January 2014
"The Management."
Project Engineer:
Pros: It offers unique challenges that allow to me to constantly use my critical thinking to come up with solutions. Being the focal point of ensuring project delivery keeps me motivated to do well in the eyes of my peers, supervisors and clients. Constantly improving our management systems increases the efficiency of how well I can perform my job scope. The flexibility that comes with managing my own schedule with the ultimate purpose of ensuring successful project delivery.
Cons: Running shop tech errands that completely throw off my day by having to pick up equipment, drop-off equipment, etc. Performing too much office paperwork that takes away from my time to utilize in actually managing projects (scanning/writing reports/etc). I dread reviewing contracts as they are absolutely boring.
January 2014
"Work Flexibility."
Project Engineer:
Pros: I love my job and my first project is a 18 month $1.5 Billion, nanotechnology clean room facility in my home town, a dream come true.
Cons: I have a dog and girlfriend who hate when I travel, and my employer set my work hours for me. Its a high stress job.
February 2014
Project Engineer:
Pros: I like that its exactly what I studied in school.
Cons: What I like least is the pay. I know its a small company but I feel like I should be better compensated. Currently I'm severely under the average for people with a similar degree.
February 2014
"Coworker's Experience And Knowledge."
Project Engineer:
Make sure you are surrounded by people that can make you better professionally and personally.