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17 days ago

Product Engineer

Epitec Dearborn, MI

Looking for Vehicle Harmony Attribute Engineer - experience with illumination or haptic attributes. Some technical skills used in the role include… Epitec

18 days ago

SAS Developer

Epitec Dearborn, MI

Seeking a SAS Developer to provide production and business support for application in CRM space with diverse technologies. The position is located in… Epitec

1 day ago

Sourcing Consultant – new

Epitec Dearborn, MI

Seeking a Sourcing/Contract Specialist to guide project teams in outsourcing application development services to IT suppliers for a major automotive… Epitec

30+ days ago

Business Analyst

Epitec Dearborn, MI

Seeking a Business Analyst for an opportunity in Dearborn, MI with a major automotive manufacturer. The qualified Business Analyst will have strong… Epitec

11 days ago

Program Manager

Epitec Dearborn, MI

Manage the planning, execution, and delivery of software development projects within Application Development. .Taking accountability for the end to… Epitec

30+ days ago

Validation Engineer

Epitec Dearborn, MI

Seeking an experienced Validation Engineer for a Fortune 500 Company in Dearborn, MI. You as a Validation Engineer will be responsible for releasing… Epitec

24 days ago

Mobile Developer

Epitec Dearborn, MI

Seeking a Software Engineer in Dearborn, MI with a major automotive manufacturer. The qualified Software Engineer must have experience in the C… Epitec

20 days ago

Mainframe Developer

Epitec Dearborn, MI

Currently seeking a Mainframe Developer for a client in Dearborn, MI. Candidate must have excellent knowledge of DB2 and 3+ years of DB2 experience… Epitec

4 days ago

Security Consultant

Epitec Dearborn, MI

Currently seeking a Security Consultant for a client in Dearborn, MI. Candidate must have 7+ years of experience in IT Security (Application… Epitec

12 days ago

Project Manager

Epitec Dearborn, MI

Looking for a Design and Release Engineer with project management experience. Some of the main roles: - Serves by actively seeking the… Epitec

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    As a contractor, it's not bad but it

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    Current Contractor - Specialty Developer in Dearborn, MI
    Current Contractor - Specialty Developer in Dearborn, MI

    I have been working at Epitec as a contractor (more than 10 years)


    Their admin and payroll staff is competent, which is not a given for this type of employer -- so they got that going for them which is nice. Generally they stay out of your hair as a contractor -- which is both good and bad. I can't comment on the office environment like so many others have. I haven't had to deal with them in much capacity beyond the initial hire.

    They do have the occasional get togethers, which I find awkward since many of the faces change, but at least they try so I have to give them credit for that.


    Once you're placed at a position, you are left on your own with that company and you have once a year reviews with Epitec that are pretty meaningless. Over the years the reviews have changed, but only recently has there ever been any talk about getting a raise. Simply doing your job well and getting along with your co-workers is insufficient to get a raise. Instead you have to show that you have taken on new responsibilites and learned new skills, while exceeding your managers expectations with your current job. All in all, it's a pretty high bar, which can be met, but results in a lot of hand wringing from Epitec about current contracts and you might get a few percent raise after 3 years and none afterwards. You really have to change positions and get a new contract to get any kind of a real raise.

    There is really no future in staying here long term, but yet here I am

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    Frankly I'm shocked that you bring contractors in off the street without meeting them in person before introducing them to your customers. Maybe this has changed since I first hired, but I'm suprised it hasn't bitten you hard.

    Eliminating the 4th week of vacation as a benefit was seriously not cool. The mismatch between Epitec holidays and client holidays which I'm not allowed to work onsite is going to use of 6 of my vacation days this year. I know I can go unpaid, but what's the point in that? Having that extra time means I can actually take a vacation instead of just a few long weekends and cover doctor appointments and snow days. I don't know what a vacation is anymore.
    Why is there not bereavment leave? - I could had used some of that recently, but instead had to use vacation days.

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