Give her a task that could easily be done by a piece of software.
Then tell her to do it again. And again. (No software.)
And tell her it has to be this way because this is the way it was for you.
The problem now, of course, is you don’t just have a bored engineer.
You have a bored engineer who’s looking for the exit. And a possible new recruiting problem.
Yeah, I know, you didn’t leave. But youngsters today have more options (and more gumption) than your generation.
The solution to a recruiting (or employee engagement) problem is simple: Eliminate boredom.