Project Manager (Current Employee) – London, Greater London – 4 November 2017
An interesting and diverse environment in which to deliver a wide ranging of key projects for the growth of the industry. Company has bid, won and now delivering some of the most challenging schemes in the world.
OPERATIONS DIRECTOR (Current Employee) – Poole – 12 October 2017
Siemens is huge, with many businesses, so to describe "Siemens" is almost impossible. Some divisions are great places to work, for example the Healthineers teams always seem to be motivated and in good spirits, and in some other areas not as good. You would need to spend time looking into the particular area you wanted to join to get a true picture.
MT2 (Former Employee) – all over the UK – 1 October 2017
I worked for Siemens energy services for 20 years I enjoyed every day the work was varied . I worked out in the field working in a wide variety of places from small construction sites to large office blocks installing and maintaining electricity meters the most enjoyable part of the job was seeing the job finished to a good standard and having a happy customer
PA to Director (Former Employee) – Ashby-De-La-Zouch, Leicestershire – 28 September 2017
A demanding company but if you are young and up for it can provide you with a good future.Good chances for working in other countries if you want to. Certainly a great company for young people who are prepared to put in a lot of hours of work, because it is high pressure. Plenty of training available.
Only had a 7 week contract through an agency, so can't give an overall review. Just needed longer there. They kept on people who shouldn't have been there, they showed complete lack of professionalism.
Self employed (Former Employee) – Rochester, Kent – 29 August 2017
great company to work for, i enjoyed working for siemens as they plan your jobs very well plus scheduled in nicely through the day. i would have liked to stay but, they offered not much support when it came to the fact and have done 5 dual fuels i the day as i was well experienced i may finish them by 2pm, they should offer payment for picking up extra jobs not just expect you to do more for free just because you can handle more and other staff can do just maybe 3-4 per day.
Communications manager (Former Employee) – Manchester – 27 August 2017
Only left because of changes in personal life and Siemens always supported me very well. Decided to leave to return to education and joined academia as a result in what has proved a very positive decision.
Signalling apprentice (Former Employee) – new cross gate – 16 August 2017
On the whole as an apprentice its definitely the best when I comes down to training and the work/life balance. As an apprentice for three years the job security is perfect, however, after the apprenticeship job security is uncertain.