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Based on 736 responses, the job of Project Manager, Engineering has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.95 out of 5. On average, Project Manager, Engineerings are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Project Manager, Engineering?

December 2013
Project Manager, Engineering:
Pros: Work and life balance. Having freedom to choose your tasks.
Cons: Slow and tiring process. Sometimes work feels a little stressful.
January 2014
Project Manager, Engineering:
Pros: Keeps me busy. Get to work on many different projects.
Cons: A lot of responsibilities. Organizational skills and planning skills are imperative.
January 2014
"Be Open To Grab Knowledge."
Project Manager, Engineering:
Be with your team. Do not let them down at any instant. Do not let the pressure of your seniors weigh upon your team members.
February 2014
"Work Flexibility."
Project Manager, Engineering:
Pros: Results are measurable. A project solves a problem.
Cons: High stress levels due to various projects running concurrently at different stages.
February 2014
Project Manager, Engineering:
Pros: Flexibility and challenges on everyday basis.
Cons: Repetitiveness, performing the same tasks on everyday basis.
April 2014
"Clear Expectations, Clear Job Description."
Project Manager, Engineering:
When you agree to join an engineering organization, clearly define the expectations associated with the position you agree to. Included in these expectations, 1) how and when you are to be reviewed, 2) what the criteria are by which your performance will be measured.
May 2014
"Core Engineering Sector vs Service Based Engineering Job."
Project Manager, Engineering:
I think, in the first leg of career, people should work in a hands on product based company. You get an opportunity to apply engineering knowledge effectively and hone your skills as compared to a service based industry.