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Enterprise Automation Overview

Irvine, CA
1 to 50 employees
1998
Company - Private
Consulting
$5 to $10 million (USD) per year
Competitors

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Established in 1998, Enterprise Automation is a single source for all phases of control systems integration, including: design consultation, specification, panel design, PLC programming, SCADA configuration, network design, testing, startup, training, and MES systems. We deliver ... Read more

Mission: Collectively foster an environment that values communication and collaboration. Ensure that our industry knowledge and technical capabilities remain both relevant and world class through continuous training and mentoring. Continually improve the efficiency of our project ... Read more

Enterprise Automation Reviews

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    "High Quality Systems Integrator"

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    Former Employee - Controls Engineer I
    Former Employee - Controls Engineer I
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I worked at Enterprise Automation full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    EA has assembled and exceptional team of engineers and is continuing to grow. The team is the greatest strength of the company. Everyone trusts one another to be accountable, deliver a quality work product, and live up to the company’s core values. I have been lucky to learn controls engineering alongside EA’s veteran engineers. They have taken the time to help me learn and grow as a professional. I love working with the team to implement controls solutions for vital client infrastructure. EA also does a great job of keeping the project management, sales team, and engineering team functions separate, allowing the engineers to focus on the detailed project work without getting to involved in proposal writing and schedule management. However, these opportunities are available to engineers if they want to learn more about those aspects of the company. I have greatly enjoyed my time with EA and I would highly recommend the company to any engineers excited about a career in controls engineering.

    Cons

    Due to the nature of the work, there can be periods of downtime with little notice. The company encourages you to fill your free time with valuable training, but those experiences rarely are as engaging as the normal work.

    Advice to Management

    Continue to grow the team and maintain the high quality of the employees. Focus on rounding out the engineering team with more strong middle level engineers to take some burden of training new hires off the more experienced team members.

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Enterprise Automation Photos

Enterprise Automation photo of: Front of our building
Enterprise Automation photo of: 2019 Picnic
Enterprise Automation photo of: EA University, inspecting the simulator
Enterprise Automation photo of: Awarded through anonymous third party surveying of employees. First of many coming.
Enterprise Automation photo of: Sushi and game night with family invites
Enterprise Automation photo of: Bryce, Matt, Kelvin. Hired in 2018 and completing EA University.
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Enterprise Automation Interviews

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    Controls Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Irvine, CA
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through other source. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Enterprise Automation (Irvine, CA) in February 2020.

    Interview

    A little different from typical 1on1 interviews I've had. I came in and as usual, you speak about yourself and ask you a few questions based off your resume. This is where it became a bit different. I was given a sheet of paper showing a triad with coding, mechanical, and electrical on each corner. They asked me to place myself on the triad as to what I believe best represents me and then the interviewer showed me where EA is on the triad. After, I was given another sheet based geared towards a behavioral question where I had to write out my though process.

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Company Updates

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    EA Runs Castaic Lake Spartan Sprint - Enterprise Automation

    The Spartan Race Series combines cross country running with periodic challenges and obstacles that require full body strength and endurance. Delivered in primarily 5 distance formats covering 5k to 50k,...

  • EA completed its muddiest Spartan race on record. 9 months of training paid off. Awesome time.

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Enterprise Automation Awards & Accolades

  • CSIA Certified control system integrator company, Control Systems Integrators Association, 2017
  • CSIA Rising Star Award - Chris Schleich, CSIA, 2016
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Pledges & Certifications

Tech Hiring Commitment

Helping to train, hire and promote more technology workers

Career Advancement Program

Helping employees "upskill" into higher-paying positions

First Job Programs

Maintain entry-level hiring and career development programs to give people career starts

Pledge to Thrive

Taking steps to prioritize employee well-being

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