Life At Saini

Life is all about moments that leave a lasting impression. At Saini, you can build a career that is filled with many such moments; moments that will encourage you to do your best and moments that will help you introspect and evolve. Our collaborative and people-focused culture encourages mutual respect, open communication, and continuous learning. Add to it the limitless opportunities and multiple career paths to choose from, and you have an organization that lets you be.

You have a future to build. How far will you go for it?

Day in the Life

At Saini, an engineer generally begins their careers working in teams with other engineers to design a process or production system for a phase of a manufacturing process. With experience, they may work as a production engineer, focusing on integrating the different processes and parts needed to create a finished product. A person may decide to focus on the overall system, and take a wide view of the process including supplies, distribution, cost control, resource management, and marketing. Throughout their work, manufacturing engineers are concerned about creating a quality product that meets customer needs in an efficient and safe manner that is cost effective.

The Workplace

At Saini, a professional usually works in teams with others, and may physically spend time in manufacturing facilities, or in an office setting. They often visit manufacturing settings to review the progress of processes, equipment, and projects. Although most manufacturing engineers work approximately 40 hours per week, they often have to work nights and weekends to meet deadlines.

Teams and Co-workers

Almost all jobs at Saini require some sort of interaction with co-workers. Whether they are working in a team situation, or just asking for advice, most engineers have to have the ability to communicate and work with other people. A professional should be creative, inquisitive, analytical, and detail-oriented. They should be able to work as part of a team and to communicate well, both orally and in writing. Communication abilities are important because engineers often interact with specialists in a wide range of fields outside engineering. Almost all jobs in civil engineering require some sort of interaction with co-workers. Whether they are working in a team situation, or just asking for advice, most engineers have to have the ability to communicate and work with other people.