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30+ days ago

Senior Project Engineer

Intertek Testing Services NA Inc. Fairfield, NJ

Job Duties: Responsible for product safety testing and evaluation of electrical/electronic products to determine compliance with product safety… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Staff Engineer - Safety

Intertek Testing Services, NA Inc. Lake Forest, CA

Job Duties: Provide on-going support and guidance on technical issues, test procedures, and standards interpretations. Provide expertise in multiple… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Technician

Intertek Inc United Arab Emirates, International Locations

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Intertek Testing Services NA Reviews

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    Exciting, fast paced job in which hard work and dedication pay off!

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    I have been working at Intertek Testing Services NA full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    It is never boring working at Intertek; every day you are evaluating and testing new and innovative products. Setting your own schedule to complete the projects you have been assigned allows motivated, hardworking engineers to shine. Consistent performance is noticed by management and rewarded in a variety of ways (Star Awards, Merit Increases, and promotions). Starting with 20 days of PTO is also a major plus. The benefits are also on par with other global companies. A positive spin on the Cons listed below is that there is room for personal growth for outstanding performers.

    Cons

    Intertek is a global company and there are many layers of management, even at the local level. As a for-profit company hitting revenue goals is a must, and engineers are expected complete projects within the allotted time. This can be stressful for unorganized or slow paced engineers.

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    Keep hiring hardworking, dedicated engineers and rewarding/promoting those deserving of it.

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