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Based on 262 responses, the job of Reliability Engineer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.91 out of 5. On average, Reliability Engineers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Reliability Engineer?

August 2014
"Work Flexibility."
Reliability Engineer:
Pros: Autonomy to make decisions to complete a qualification. The challenges of learning details about new products and writing scripts to automate data analysis.
Cons: Sometimes it gets repetitive and monotonous.
June 2016
Reliability Engineer:
Pros: New Challenges every day and cutting edge technology.
Cons: Change Management isn't easy but a core part of the Job.
October 2016
"Learn all that you can."
Reliability Engineer:
Learn all that you can.
December 2018
"Brisbane is a great city to live and work."
Reliability Engineer in Brisbane:
Pros: Exposure to a broad range of industries; easy access tot he CBD.
Cons: The weather is too good to be working!
December 2018
Reliability Engineer in Amityville:
Pros: New skills to learn
Cons: Not well organized
January 2019
Reliability Engineer:
Great people to work with, a company that actually values their employees more than any other company I've worked with. Rating / ranking system is fair and strictly based on your performance with goals set by your direct manager. The only negative was that the pay was sub par so I ended up leaving this great company and even better coworkers.