Based on 4,089 responses, the job of Project Engineer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.93 out of 5. On average, Project Engineers are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Project Engineer?
"Great High Expectations But High Reward."
Pros: The unique and complex projects that I am assigned to.
Cons: Sometimes the long hours put in on the job site.
"Be Versatile And Know That The Situation Is Always Fluid."
Things will go wrong on projects - never do nothing or become so overwhelmed that everything grinds to a halt. Be versatile and resilient - there is always a solution.
"Demanding But Rewarding."
Project Engineer position is a fairly stressful and demanding job. If you are a doer, like to make things work and love to change world around you. That's job for you.
"Diverse And Flexible."
Pros: Opportunity to travel, flexible conditions, high level of responsibility.
Cons: Uncertainty, long work hours, lack of program for personal training/development structure in small business.
"Project Management In Information Technology Environment."
1. Have a thorough understanding of the products your organisation is offering. 2. Become the subject matter expert. 3. Learning new products on the market offered by competitors. 4. Get certified in your field of expertise.
"Great If You're Up To The Task."
Pros: It's great if your up to the task, varied responsibilities, CAD drafting of electrical controls, programming, supervising technicians installing projects. Etc. Interesting varied projects.
Cons: Extremely stressful, very tight deadlines, potential injury at construction site.
Pros: Frequent customer interaction and intimate hand in design and parts fabrication.
Cons: The product is always the same. There is little variety.