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You get to work on advanced systems very rapidly and early on. With the right attitude, you can be immediately sent to the field. Decent benefits.
TMEIC views training as a waste of money. So you are expected to learn in the field, on the customer's dime. Expect to be told anything by management to get your butt on a plane. Appears that management is transitioning to do away with field engineers by using contractors. Project management, documentation, and communication is almost non-existent between business units. Expect to "re-invent the wheel" at every step. Most management have zero field experience. So expect to not get support at all in the field. Field engineers are expected to work 24/7...but past 4pm, don't expect any assistance from the office. Don't expect to be able to use most of your benefits.
Advice to Management
Management needs to recognize it is hemorrhaging personnel. Pretty much the field engineering department is down to a fraction of what it was a year ago. Folks are leaving left and right. Instead of bringing in fresh people from college or at least trying to counter offer other companies, management appears to put their heads in the sand. Its not unusual to have a group of people working on a project where 90% of the work is done by one or two people out of ten. Projects are run in a fashion where there is no time or even attempt to document and learn from prior experience. The constant middle management shuffling does nothing but cause chaos, especially when the core issues are completely ignored. Its very frustrating to pour your heart and soul into a company and then get it shoved into your face that your managers don't care one way or another.