Siemens is a dynamic company to work for.
It is fast paced but all the support is available
We are fairly compensated for the work done
Management allowed you the space to work independently
You are valued in your role
Learning a lot with regard to Electrical engineering and the electrical schematics that I come into contact with on a daily basis.The hardest part of the job is when Projects require documentation all at one time.
Trainee. (Former Employee) - Wireman. - 6 September 2019
A very intense work place with strict production timeline. A professional environment and full of knowledge and experience. They have an open door policy allowing one to express how they feel and to express any discomfort or happiness experienced.
Site visits. Free transportation to christmas parties and goodie bags.
During my time of service at Siemens AG, I managed to learn a lot for me to be qualified as an Electrical Engineering Technician. With the experience I got at Siemens I managed to grab the opportunity of being a Project Planner when the opportunity availed itself.
Worked afternoon shifts was laid back lifestyle.Pulling letters from sorting machines.Changing belts for sorting machines.Restarting plant many times and rebooting network as there were so many power failures.Refurbishing electrical contactors,changing electronic boards.Had a few greivances so i esculated it and got greensleeves.Saw the company was top heavy and had un paid account so they retrentched the team.
Training is very good with regards to client needs and comprehensive training of the employees. Innovative and does not compromise quality. Fosters that we should Listen more to the client needs and talk less. Strive to understand your client.
A typical day requires one to push deadlines and being able to find ways to identify opportunities for the company
Opportunity for career advancement
Gives opportunity for previously disadvantage individuals to learning new skills
Fun year end functions
Flexible working hours
Work culture is formal
A typical day at work, would be to undertake field service repair work and do Preventative maintenance on laboratory equipment.
I manage my spare part usage on a weekly basis.
The hardest part of the job is the long working ours and doing after our on call 24/7.