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18 days ago

Onsite Support Technician

Celanese Narrows, VA

of position:* • Resolves Level 1/Level 2 incidents and fulfills service requests (phone, e-mail, walk-up, self-service portal) for all end users in… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Operations Specialist

Celanese Narrows, VA

Provides guidance and leads by example to ensure that employees are working safely and adhering to all safety policies and procedures. Report… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Electrical Reliability Engineer - 2014

Celanese Narrows, VA

The purpose of this position is to improve the safety, reliability, and efficiency of plant electrical equipment through the application of… Glassdoor


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    Celanese gives engineers the opportunity to grow....without a mentor

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    Current Employee - Process Engineer in Narrows, VA
    Current Employee - Process Engineer in Narrows, VA

    I have been working at Celanese

    Pros

    A new process engineer will get projects that other companies would not even give to a 7 year engineer. Lots of growth potential. Good bonus compensation.
    Lots of opportunities to try different roles and find the path that you are interested in. Compared to other companies the benefits are above average.

    Cons

    Site management is constantly firefighting due to Corporate guidance. For some the home work balance is not as great (usually by their choice). No mentorship for new engineers. If you do not fit into the culture and don't feel comfortable learning on your own or asking questions this is not the company for you. The performance evaluation structure for bonus is based not upon how well you did, but by how much people like you. High turnover rate especially among the VP of the company ~ 8 left in the past year what does that say?

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get rid of the GM 9-box bonus structure. Stop requiring site directors to fire individuals or removing positions based upon one bad year (Acetate GM and countless site directors). Provide a better technical career path as well as initial training for oncoming engineers.

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