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30+ days ago

Plumbing Engineer 2

Exp San Francisco, CA

• Proficient in converting engineer’s markups into working CAD drawings • Proficient with all areas of AutoCAD including drafting, plotting, etc… Exp


30+ days ago

Project Manager/Senior Mechanical Engineer

Exp San Francisco, CA

Exp is seeking a strong Project Manager/Senior Mechanical Engineer in San Francisco to manage and lead Science +Technology and Healthcare Projects… Exp


30+ days ago

Senior Plumbing Engineer/Designer

Exp San Francisco, CA

. • Review code related items with engineers to ensure compliance. • Perform at a responsible charge… Exp


30+ days ago

Senior Mechanical Engineer 4

Exp San Francisco, CA

Exp is seeking a strong Senior Mechanical Engineer 4 in San Francisco to manage and lead Science +Technology and Healthcare Projects, and lead the… Exp


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    I have been working at exp Global full-time (More than 10 years)

    Pros

    The best thing about exp is the people I work with. They are really more like part of my extended family than co-workers. Having worked here for almost 21 years I (we) have watched each others children grow and start their own families; supported each other when a family member has passed away; and have shared a toast to co-workers that we have lost along the way.

    Cons

    Being such a large company, there are times when there appears to be a disconnect between the Corporate Office and the offices. Part of this I feel is also a cultural disconnect as Corporate is in Canada and many of the other offices are in the United States.

    Advice to Management

    Memos, newsletters, etc. are all well and fine to distribute company information, awards, etc.; but nothing can take the place of actually 'getting your hands dirty' so to speak. I really think that the management team needs to make a better effort to get out to all the office and talk to the employees face-to-face to really understand what makes each of us a valuable asset to the company.


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