Bill Atterbury What It’s Like Being A 40 Year Engineering Veteran At The Same Company
What to learn in this episode?
What it’s like to work for 40 years in the same company? We put that question to Bill!
There’s a lot to learn about becoming an engineer. In this episode of The being an engineer podcast, Bill Atterbury discusses what he learned working 40 years at the same company, the importance of process, and how to mentor young engineers.
Who is Bill Atterbury
Over his 40 year tenure working at Battelle, he has worked on a multitude of different projects, been named on dozens of patents, and developed skills using a wealth of design tools. He’s also involved in technical reviews and oversight capacity on numerous medical device projects including mentoring junior staff
We truly believe that Bill Atterbury is a very knowledgeable and hardworking man since he has been named as the inventor of the year (2013) and a Battelle Distinguished Inventor.
This only shows that he falls in love with the work. And he never feels like working but loving the work.
Do you also see yourself working 40 years or more in the same company? If yes, therefore let me know in the comment section!
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