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Design Engineer / Controls - Norman, OK

Johnson Controls United States

5. Participates as a member of a project team to ensure projects are completed according to schedule… Johnson Controls

3 days ago

Design Engineer II – new

Johnson Controls Norman, OK +2 locations

engineering tasks. PRINCIPAL DUTIES: 1. Designs assigned products and/or… Johnson Controls

28 days ago

Chief Engineer

Johnson Controls United States +2 locations

1. Ensure contract requirements are executed. 2. Responds to emergency to emergency situations, communicate and act as a point of contact for Park… Johnson Controls

15 days ago

Reliability Engineer

Johnson Controls United States +2 locations

• Translate the research conducted into appropriate recommendations. • Create and develop technical approaches, which are responsive and aligned… Johnson Controls

16 days ago

NPI Engineer

Johnson Controls United States

Coordinate the development of new product introduction, processes, Bill of Materials, tools and equipment. · Coordinate activities related with… Johnson Controls

2 days ago

Operating Engineer - Union – new

Johnson Controls Parsippany, NJ +3 locations

RESPONSIBILITY LEVEL: Must have a strong building automation/DDC programming background. Performs various skilled tasks in the repair, maintenance… Johnson Controls

16 days ago

Sales Engineer - (ESG)

Johnson Controls United States

The objective of the Sales Engineer’s job is to obtain sales orders by contacting owner’s representatives, consulting engineers, and mechanical… Johnson Controls

7 days ago

Distrib Jr Sales Engineer

Johnson Controls United States

personnel. • Assist with design and product applications of YORK® HVAC and… Johnson Controls

3 days ago

System Engineer II – new

Johnson Controls United States +3 locations

Under general direction, responsible for the design, configuration, and operation of complete building control systems including fire, security, and… Johnson Controls

23 days ago

Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Manager

Johnson Controls Milwaukee, WI

5. Defines equipment standards and controls. (plants responsible for monitoring & controls maintenance… Johnson Controls

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    Great Products, Poor Leadership

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    Former Employee - Recruiter in Milwaukee, WI
    Former Employee - Recruiter in Milwaukee, WI

    I worked at Johnson Controls full-time (more than 3 years)


    There are pockets of hard working, bright, ethical employees.
    The product offerings are solid across all three business units.
    My 401k


    Expect to work long hours no matter the role. If you are in a non-revenue generating role (non-sales) expect to do the work of several people at a normal company. An example: Our Human Resources Generalists were responsible for up to 700 employees. The Fortune 500 average is closer to 250.
    Leadership at the Director level and above are concerned about stock options and disappointing Wall Street and little else.
    The CEO is also Chairman of the Board. This is not a common arrangement among Fortune 500's. He is his own boss so anything goes. The CEO has been in the news recently for non-business reasons which has hurt morale.
    Large layoffs are made on the spur of the moment when the quarterly numbers are in jeopardy. Edicts from the top like "We need to cut $5 million in wages by the end of the week or we might miss our numbers; start cutting!" are a very common practice in the Building Efficiency and Power Solutions units. In three years, I saw thousands of reactionary layoffs to met short-term financial objectives with no thought given to long term impact. Human Resources Managers get 24 hours notice, a packet of names to terminate, and an airline ticket a few times a year near the quarter end. When HR isn't at the Corporate Office, everyone knows there are executions taking place in the field.
    The red tape to do even simple tasks is severe. Simple decisions can take months while to flows through committees and closed door meetings. This is common in Fortune 500's but I found it even beyond those norms. It took me 17 days (my coworkers knew this would be a "Welcome to JCI!" moment and tracked it) to get a tape dispenser and my boss and boss's boss weighed in, along with Procurement. An $8 tape dispenser.
    Advancement is highly political. The yearly review process claims to be metrics based but it is not. It comes down to who you know. Yearly increases range from 2-4%. You will need a promotion every 2-3 years to keep up with market wages.

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    Think long term.
    Consider extending the no firearm policy off campus as well.

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