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1 day ago

Regional Airside Development Engineer – new

Johnson Controls Capitol Heights, MD

The Regional Airside Development Engineer is part of our Building Efficiency business at Johnson Controls, a fortune 67 company. We are looking for a… Johnson Controls


28 days ago

System Technician I

Johnson Controls Capitol Heights, MD

RESPONSIBILITY LEVEL: Performs assigned system commissioning using Johnson Controls configuration and commissioning tools. Troubleshoots and resolves… Johnson Controls


7 days ago

Application Engineer

Johnson Controls Capitol Heights, MD

3. Supports Branch Account Executive’s account plans for Key Specifying Engineers, Contractors, and Owners, focusing on HVAC I/O control… Johnson Controls


12 days ago

Service Manager Truck Based

Johnson Controls Capitol Heights, MD

• Approves all L&M quotations from above assigned threshold. • Responsible for service… Johnson Controls


30+ days ago

Assoc Sales Eng Bldng Sys & Eq

Johnson Controls Capitol Heights, MD

DON’T JUST MAKE A LIVING. MAKE LIVING BETTER. “At Johnson Controls, we are passionate about making a positive impact on the lives of people all… Johnson Controls


30+ days ago

Customer Operations Associate II

Johnson Controls Capitol Heights, MD

RESPONSIBILITY LEVEL: Under general supervision, coordinates all contract scheduling, revenue forecasting, billings, collections, subcontract… Johnson Controls


30+ days ago

Controls Technician I - Pentagon/Washington DC (FedSys)

Johnson Controls Washington, DC

2. Provides sketches of field changes and discrepancies for engineering corrections and… Johnson Controls


30+ days ago

VRF Sales Engineer

Johnson Controls Washington, DC

· Provides customer & channel support of VRF products in all aspects of sales, design and application. · Drives VRF sales to meet channel VRF Sales… Johnson Controls


7 days ago

Project Manager I - Pentagon/Washington, DC (FedSys)

Johnson Controls Washington, DC

Under general direction, responsible for the profitable execution of assigned Systems Major Projects. Ensures that assigned projects are done… Johnson Controls


30+ days ago

Director Government Relations

Johnson Controls Washington, DC

Develop and maintain a successful government relations policy strategy which reflects the organizational goals and priorities of Diversity & Public… Johnson Controls


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    Good Place to Work, Great Place to Learn

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    Current Employee - Systems Technician II in Capitol Heights, MD
    Current Employee - Systems Technician II in Capitol Heights, MD

    I have been working at Johnson Controls

    Pros

    -Great tools for the field, very adaptive and flexible to program ( especially the mstp system). -Current leadership is supportive and quick assist as long as you communicate properly and update regularly.
    -Decent pay with LOTS of OT if you are willing/able.

    Cons

    -PMs are decent but slow to respond many times.
    -Tools,support,and documentation is not always provided to technicians as it should be. Many times you fulfill multiple rolls, especially as a technician.
    -Depending on PM ( more so LSS's) the manager may not be knowledgeable of the system OR project due to their own overly large work load. (I can think of two immediately, out of 5 LSS's)
    -Technicians are not paid enough to keep them long especially if they are knowledgeable, hardworking, and honest. JCI infrastructure just does not support large or quick raises. So a capable employee is left to wait for an opening in a more advanced position, or work alot of OT, to increase their pay by any substantial amount. (Average system tech pay = around 50k at JCI. Elsewhere experienced controls technicians can make 68-90k. )
    -Technicians are held accountable for management screw ups by customers, and are usually the face of good customer reviews, although PM and LSS are only recognized on successful projects.
    -Training is done on your own time and not paid for typically.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    -Pay for technician training.
    -Support field techs more.
    -Increase pay scale for higher level technicians ( you cant keep good people otherwise, even if they actually like the company).
    -Allow smoother role transition (I.E- ST -> SD ->SE, LSS -> SS -> PM) instead of forcing good employees to wait for position handouts.

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