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6 days ago

Building Automation Service Specialist II

Schneider Electric Dallas, TX

This role will supervise other sub - roles where necessary to give advise and support of a Technical nature when required. This role will carryout… Schneider Electric

30+ days ago

Sales Engineering Internship

Schneider Electric Dallas, TX

of this role include but are not limited to: Working with internal engineering tools to build materials Finding asset resources via the download… Schneider Electric

30+ days ago

Project Engineer III

Schneider Electric Dallas, TX

· Engineers design per plan and specifications · Material procurement · Oversee and coordinate subcontractors on related projects · Create and… Schneider Electric

30+ days ago

Sales Specialist - Machine Solutions

Schneider Electric Dallas, TX

This position is accountable for the promotion and sale of Schneider Electric's machine control products/solutions/services in the TX area under the… Schneider Electric

30+ days ago

Senior Financial Analyst

Schneider Electric Carrollton, TX

This position is the Finance Business Partner for the following two transversal organizations within the Buildings US business. Buildings Partners… Schneider Electric

19 days ago

Finance Internship

Schneider Electric Carrollton, TX

may include several of the following activities: 1. With direct guidance from manager, provide financial support to business teams, and make them… Schneider Electric

26 days ago

Automation Engineer I (0-4 years experience)

Schneider Electric Carrollton, TX

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each primary duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to… Schneider Electric

30+ days ago

Sr. Automation Engineer

Schneider Electric Carrollton, TX

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each primary duty satisfactorily. Based on workload and individual, the day… Schneider Electric

5 days ago

Critical Facility Technician

Schneider Electric Coppell, TX +2 locations

include: • Provides hands on operation of site facilities equipment and processes in accordance with procedures and policies. • Collects… Schneider Electric

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Schneider Electric President and CEO Jean-Pascal Tricoire
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    Former Employee - IT Engineer in Dallas, TX
    Former Employee - IT Engineer in Dallas, TX

    I worked at Schneider Electric full-time (more than 3 years)


    I'm not sure if this is a pro, but there's a sense of job security because there's always so much to do. This is likely because the company trims employee head count from various departments, but the same level of work remains, often leaving those lucky enough to keep their job with the responsibilities of many.


    The company wants as little as possible to do with IT. They would rather "manage" others doing the work, so the company seems to be stocked with plenty of project managers organizing and gathering data. These are also the people who seem to receive the accolades when projects finish successfully, not the people who actually did the work. They outsource as much IT as possible even when it's vastly cheaper to keep in house. I have yet to see an acquisition that has not had at least a portion of their IT outsourced when purchased by Schneider Electric. There are tons of acquisitions and while they try to bring these companies into the Schneider Electric fold as best as they can, it's near impossible to standardize equipment and processes which can cause problems when changes are not communicated.

    Job seekers reading these reviews should be careful to not assume the things written by others are standardized. I saw someone say working from home is an option for Fridays, but that may be location, department, or business unit specific, and there are hundreds if not thousands of those all with various nuances.

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    I wish I could say something that would be taken into consideration, but if they didn't listen to the warnings of outsourcing costs and delays before it happened, I doubt they would listen now. I'll end with this. Despite every other negative about outsourcing you were warned about, one thing nobody ever seemed to realize is how this would all affect the end user. When it takes three months to accomplish something that used to take three hours, how do you think those delays trickle down to employees trying to get things done? Outsourcing has slowed down projects considerably while the costs have skyrocketed. How do you think it looks to prospective customers that a company who sells datacenter solutions doesn't even manage its own datacenters?

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