Application Engineers give their job an average rating of 3.7 out of 5.0. The Application Engineers happiest with their jobs are employed by Broadcom with an average rating of 5.0 while the Application Engineers least happy with their jobs work for Trillium Digital Systems with an average rating of 1.0.Submit a Review
"There is nothing that makes it worth working with Trillium."
"I enjoyed working as application engineer because I managed different project in different industry, even with organization problems caused by lost time with the subcontractors this position was a lovely hard work experience in my career."
"Very difficult to maintain the clients and it's not satisfying requirements of the customer sometimes, but I love the job, know how to contribute the process of development of a product using the tools PLM and the cad/cam/cae."
"I enjoy the opportunity to assist a diverse set of customers who use our products and apply them in many different ways. I learn from the customers I support."
"It is very good to see the finished result. Can be many problems involved getting to the end."
"Love being on my own and in control of the jobs I do. Working with the Techs and assisting other PMs out."
"I like being Application/Project Engineer because it provides opportunities to use your talent to find solutions and to deal with and help customers."
"I prefer to code more instead of always working with existing tools."
"I love that because it is a challenge, I need to think how I can give the best solution to my customer. Sometimes we work a lot and the company does not see because I normally work out."
"I love the fleabite that I am given on where and when I work. There is a ton of work to do and never enough time to do it all. You are not expected to work very long days. I don't like that upper level management thinks of you as a number, but they are nice people. The company pays on the low side for this field."
"I love my job being the only one working for the Target corporation in installing the Manhattan components. It is very interesting in making the Manhattan components work for my client."
"I love what I do wholeheartedly. I will admit, I'm slightly ego driven. I like to take pride in what I've done at the end of the day, and show it to friends and stand behind what I do. I simply can't work a job where you can go in and work until you are bloody... and the next day it was like you were never there.This career is rewarding, and I couldn't imagine doing anything else!"
"The work is good. The salary is not bad. However, the pressure is a lot. Particularly, a new manager demands too much for deliverables with limited resource. I spent 2.5 hours per day to commute from home to work (125 miles per round trip)."
"I love the company and enjoyed many research and developments."
"I loved the interaction with customers."
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