One of the best positions with the company. Essentially an internal consultant. Whenever a client paid for additional analysis supporting their equipment purchase, I would review their specifications and customize analysis and recommendations accordingly.
Managing priorities was largely left up to the individual which was difficult at best since every client felt their project had top billing. I would often redirect priority requests to my manager as he had visibility to all projects in house and could better prioritize accordingly.
In each of the positions I filled during my time with Sundyne there was little or no training with the exception of the analyst role which required extensive technical training, however, as with all other positions I've held there was little documentation regarding process/workflow.
Co workers all had similar frustrations which made the lack of processes much more workable. A common term in the Arvada facility is "Cowboy Up". Without strong and talented employees willing to go the extra mile to simply make things work, I would not have returned to Sundyne in 2007.