Great place to work, very flexible in regards to work/life balance.
Pros: free meals and flexible work schedule
Cons: the amount of vacation time received
A typical workday would include the building/assembling of electrical cables and components for mission critical systems. Testing such cables and assembles for accuracy. Monitoring inventory of all cables and assemblies, trouble shooting electrical problems in systems, help in the design of prototype efforts and schematics.
While at STG I have learned a tremendous amount of knowledge in the electrical field to include; wiring of different cables, soldering, crimping, leading teams, building and installing fiber optic cables, implementation of engineering process changes and the documentation of build procedures and practices.
Both the management team and my fellow coworkers at STG have been great to work for and with. STG is really family oriented and values it's employee's.
Although there are several aspects of my daily job that are more demanding than others, I find that none of these are considered hard when you have an outstanding supporting cast and great team players all working together for the best possible results.
The most enjoyable part of my job; without a doubt is knowing that what I do is helping service men and women while in theatre.