Challenging and interesting projects in the Energy Conservation business
Senior Construction Manager (Former Employee) – Latham, NY – February 2, 2017
SIEMENS is an excellent company to work for and be associated with. As a global company, there are significant opportunities to work overseas if that is a goal. The Energy and Environmental Services Division (ESCO) has particularly interesting projects. There appears to be growing competition in the ESCO world, particularly in the Albany area and this could reduce some growth opportunities
Engineering Technician (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – January 24, 2017
Siemens is a very big global company. They seem to worry more about stockholders than employees. The pay is not great but they are very flexible with vacation days and flex time. They give more vacation days than most companies.
Millwright/Welder (Former Employee) – Jasper, SC – January 16, 2017
Go into break and have safety meeting . And get your work orders for the day . Found management to be very helpful when you had a job to perform you had never done before always glad to help . All workers where easy to get along and work with . Hardest part of job was heavy lifts not manual lifts was setting up heavy rigging . Most enjoyable part of job was being able to do job at your own pace .
Super on job cooked a home cooked meal almost every day .
Quality Assurance Manager (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – October 21, 2016
I was able to expand my engineering "toolbox" while working at Siemens, moving from Manufacturing, to Design Engineering, and lastly to Quality. There are some real "salt of the earth" type people at Siemens, who were a joy to work with.
Asset Management/Performance Contracting (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY and Phoenix, AZ – August 18, 2016
I worked in upstate NY for 15 of my 17 years with Siemens. Our success was consistent every year and recognized globally. The employees in our Buffalo, NY location were like family. as time passes so do these values. Overal,l a very good place to enjoy your career.
DRAFTING ENGINEER (Former Employee) – Blytheville, AR – August 17, 2016
A typical day at Siemens consisted of Updating drawings (Blue-Prints) as changes occurred to the equipment. Also, to keep new projects for steel mill production completed and implemented on a timely fashion. All new designs were approved by Nucor Steel and management. I learned a great deal about how to use current drafting and design procedures to complete projects and documentation. Learned new ACAD commands in order to become a more efficient and effective drafting engineer. The management was sometimes did not give the adequate guidance and leadership but they did have good organization. My co-workers were hard workers and I learned on site about equipment inspection and proper instillation procedures. The hardest part of the job was making design changes after the drawing designs were already decided. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing the improved equipment work effectively to produce higher quality steel.