Productive and driven atmosphere
DCS/SCADA/HMI Engineer (Current Employee) – Sugar Land, TX – January 21, 2013
A typical day involves running tests on DCS logic and implementing code based on customer requirements. I monitored progress of projects and tracked progress via flow charts and check sheets. Customer interaction was a daily affair and involved constant communication and changes to code in order to meet requirements in the scope of the project.
I learned how to talk to customers, code logic for DCS systems, manage and work on several projects at one time, and work in a group of engineers.
I enjoyed my co-workers and they enjoyed me, we worked very closely to finish products on time. Thus our progress was strongly determined by how much work each of us put in.
The hardest part of the job was the management, communication between engineers and managers was tough because managers were overseeing multiple projects at one time. The organization of the company's server was also in disarray and caused issues.
The most enjoyable part of the job was learning to code and build HMI's however, this is not my passion thus I am looking for another job.
free lunches, customer interaction