We walk together
The journey each of us takes
An adventure starts
Recognising the importance of personal and professional growth the engineering career path exists to keep track of your progress and manage expectations for every step of the way.
Every step impacts the company and yourself in different ways:
- Expectations - More advanced roles entail different and typically higher expectations as to how your work impacts the company and others.
- Compensation - Advancing to a new role warrants compensation revision. Higher expectations, higher pay. No track guarantees higher pay than the other, this means you won't get a higher salary as a manager than you'd do as a staff engineer with the "same" level of impact.
- Timing - Promotions are not necessarily tied to performance reviews. Evolving to a new step may happen at any point.
- Progress - You can move tracks (i.e.: Management to IC) and if performance dictates even revert to a previous step.
Our IT-Engineering, Supply Chain Management, and non-engineer Automation team members will follow our non-engineering career paths.
The engineering career path is composed initially of a main track, common to everyone and that later bisects into two distinct tracks, management and individual contributor.