What is it like to work at ATC Automation?

3.0Work/Life Balance
4.0Compensation/Benefits
3.5Job Security/Advancement
3.0Management
3.5Culture
2.0
Lots of hours
Written by SENIOR AUTOMATION ENGINEER (Current Employee) from Cookeville, TN on March 6, 2018
Controls designers tend to do lots of hours at ATC, always at the end of the project. 70 hour weeks are common before FAT. Rarely does the designer that completed the machine design actually get to program that machine, they are usually moved onto a different project and the programming falls onto another engineer/designer.
ProsNice people
ConsLots of hours
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