SCS Engineers FAQ

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13 English questions out of 13

22 April 2020

How are senior leaders perceived at SCS Engineers?

Pros

OT possibilities, do workers, superintendents

Cons

Expectations aren’t addressed until you don’t meet them, even though you don’t know them. Project manager is terrible with people and his word is the only word in any situation. No respect or care for others

Advice to Management

Replace the project manager

Project manager is terrible with people and his word is the only word in any situation.

22 April 2020

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18 February 2019

Does SCS Engineers have any sort of mentoring programme?

Pros

Great people that really care about your professional and student development. Personally had a great mentor and experienced a wide range of things.

Cons

Work flow is sometimes slow, and usually ended up asking around a lot for additional work to be given. Really helps to be knowledgeable enough to be given more responsibilities.

Personally had a great mentor and experienced a wide range of things.

18 February 2019

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20 February 2019

How is management perceived at SCS Engineers?

Pros

Company that really cares about its employees.

Cons

The management in the Midwest is terrible to say the least.

The management in the Midwest is terrible to say the least.

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9 December 2019

Is SCS Engineers a good company to work for?

Pros

If you get in with this company, stay with them! I’ve never worked for an employee owned company before, and it’s been such a welcomed and positive change. No office drama, opportunities to easily move to other job locations if you’re interested, and the option of remote work if your job allows for it. Great company, great people.

Cons

None in my experience so far.

Great company, great people.

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11 November 2018

What is the company culture like at SCS Engineers?

Pros

SCS has a very friendly, engaged culture that stems from the longevity of much of the senior management of the firm. The decision of the founding principals to move SCS to an ESOP firm back in the mid 1980's has created broad ownership of SCS that will facilitate continued growth and opportunity for employees seeking to be leaders within the company. The recent focus on developing young professionals with a formal program designed to better engage the company's younger team members is an excellent example of on of the ways the company is promoting succession and sustainability of the firm and its leadership.

Cons

Fast growth in recent years has presented some challenges.

SCS has a very friendly, engaged culture that stems from the longevity of much of the senior management of the firm.

11 November 2018

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