FAQs

Here is a list of our most frequently asked questions about working at ControlPoint Technologies.

What is the work environment like at ControlPoint Technologies?

ControlPoint Technologies believes that it’s most valuable assets are it’s employees. ControlPoint succeeds at maintaining a team based environment where employees work together for the betterment of all instead of an individual. In order to achieve this, all entry level engineers are matched with a experienced engineer in order to transform them into a contributing member of the team.

How do employees develop and learn?

ControlPoint Technologies offers an optional biweekly training seminar which is organized by seasoned engineers with years of relevant experience. In addition, ControlPoint offers training opportunities with vendors or professional organizations associated with the power industry (IEEE, ECNE, NEPPA, etc.) ControlPoint also offers employees tuition reimbursement to attend an educational institution of their choosing.

What are some of the benefits ControlPoint offers employees?

ControlPoint offers medical insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, short term disability, long term disability, paid sick time, paid vacation time, 401k plan, certification/license reimbursement and tuition reimbursement.

What are the expectations for the different levels of engineers at ControlPoint?

Engineer I

Engineer II

Senior Engineer

Lead Engineer

Principal Engineer

What are some of the employee's favorite parts about working at ControlPoint?

ControlPoint Technologies understands that a genuinely happy employee generates a higher quality product. For this reason, ControlPoint makes a great effort to keep company morale high. Many employees describe the office atmosphere as welcoming and laid back, which allows for a stress free environment that can be maintained throughout the office.

What is the next step in the application process?

After ControlPoint Technologies receives your resume you may be contacted for a preliminary phone interview and may be asked to come in for an interview.