Pros: salary was well, education reimbursement, flexability on hours
Cons: processes are not always followed through as written.
A typical day would consist of reviewing potential change request and validating the process would work correctly on the product as well as the computer system.
I learned to be kind, firm, respectful, truthful and open to anything a day may bring. Also, computers became more prevalent which required ongoing training and updating my knowledge.
Some – more... management stands out as excellent. There seemed to be a constant change on the process for reviews, etc. while not providing training on what the criteria is. At times, there was a lack of communication to certain areas such as the shop would hear a different version than the engineering dept.
The hardest part was when I moved from one dept to another. I enjoyed the job and people I worked with but knew it was time to move on.
The most enjoyable would be the friendships made, community services participated in, and the daily analyzing required along with the knowledge gained. Also, providing end results which kept in line with requirements for the facility and giving the customer excellent service. – less