Project Engineer II (Current Employee) – Minneapolis – February 5, 2019
This is a poorly run company that relies on the over working staff without compensation to get work done. The salary is far below standard for the job and their bonuses are a joke, not even covering the hours you have put in let alone being a bonus.
The only good thing about OSI is the people you work with.
I worked with a great team. basically started with open my email to see if there're any kind of important massage also see the schedule for daily base meeting with the team. and the I start my regular job with is soft ware testing. I used TFS tool with agile methodology for this project. that is pretty much did my previous job. We have daily stander meeting with our team. There are one project manager , one QA Manager, Business Analyst, 4 QA tester including me also a developer and architect in our team.
SCADA Consultant (Current Employee) – Portland, OR – October 26, 2017
This is an on call contract position. Very good position. Training provided. I learned a lot about OSI Monarch EMS Systems. Travel expenses paid. The hardest part was the travel and getting adjusted to a new assignment but I was able to handle it because I was used to this kind of travel anyway. I did enjoy the expert level of support that I experienced at OSI. the culture was atypical EMS office environment also worked in the control center and got to interact with the operators.
Great place to learn and use your technical skills
Engineer (Current Employee) – Medina, MN – April 9, 2015
Open Systems is a challenging place to work. Their customers are electric utilities who use their control systems to manage the power grid. this is challenging from a security perspective and operationally. A good engineer works hard and learns a lot.
The customers run 24/7/365, Engineers really have impact and are expected to know what they are doing, It's a young, high energy environment.
The customers are demanding, They expect a lot and the engineers are the ones doing the work, you need to be willing to work hard.
Business (Current Employee) – Medina, MN – March 31, 2015
I started working at OSI shortly after graduating from college. This is a high tech, fast-paced company and I was pretty lost when I started. I've learned so much here thanks to having a great supervisor and supportive coworkers. I look forward to a long career here.
Culture (great coworkers, everyone is so positive), generous benefits, beautiful building with a gym and employee gardens
Commute to Medina, no work from home options, required hour lunch break
FAS (Former Employee) – medina, mn – October 23, 2014
got a job offer right out of college, management didn't know half of the stuff they claimed to. If come from a background other than computers you get looked down on. People will help but don't except to learn anything. FAS group is a joke
Test Engineer (Current Employee) – Medina, MN – May 23, 2014
Great company to work for, Employees try to be helpful when they are not busy. Unfortunately the product documentation on the company network is poor, you will spend time hunting for procedural or spec documents only to find that they are out of date or don't exists. Cake every 3rd Thursday of the month, beer and wine once ever quarter.