Gas Technology Institute

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    I worked at Gas Technology Institute

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    Everyone in the company was extremely nice. They made everyone feel welcome. I had a lot of freedom and was able to do my work without being watched over every second.

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    The different departments should work together and incorporate large projects. I could see several different projects that could be combined.

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    Senior Engineer Interview

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    I applied in-person. The process took 2+ weeksinterviewed at Gas Technology Institute in October 2010.

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    Bad. The department manager did not know what engineers did in the group he was trying to leed.

    Negotiation Details
    Yes. Asked for more vacation. Had then pay for my loss in vesting in my last place's 401K - $15K.
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Website www.gastechnology.org
Headquarters Des Plaines, IL
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 2000
Type Nonprofit Organization
Industry Education
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors Unknown

All jokes about "natural gas" aside, the Gas Technology Institute (GTI) is engaged in the serious business of providing engineering, research, development, and training services for energy and environmental companies, consumers, and government clients. GTI's research focuses on expanded energy supply, reduced energy delivery costs, efficient energy use, and clean energy systems, primarily in the natural gas sector. Not surprisingly then, natural gas companies, as well as large energy consumers and private industry firms comprise the majority of GTI's client base. The... More

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