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8 days ago

CIVIL ENGINEERING

Jacobs Philadelphia, PA

General knowledge of other related disciplines. Provides solutions to a wide range of complex problems under general direction. Determines and… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

Jacobs King of Prussia, PA

Perform structural design and analysis calculations using governing codes and standards, engineering formulas, skills and experience. Layout and… Beyond.com


19 days ago

CIVIL ENGINEERING

Jacobs Conshohocken, PA

Performs routine tasks under close supervision using well-defined standards and procedures. Has moderate understanding of general job aspects and… Beyond.com


2 days ago

CIVIL ENGINEERING – new

Jacobs Mount Laurel, NJ

include assuring effective utilization of engineering personnel, and technical quality. Researches, develops, designs, and tests a variety of… Beyond.com


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    Horrible, Simply Horrible and Unprofessional Company

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    Former Employee - Engineer  in  Philadelphia, PA
    Former Employee - Engineer in Philadelphia, PA

    I worked at Jacobs full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Great place for the right person. If you are a person of a certain demographic you will do fine here.

    Cons

    All others need not apply, they will crush you. And if you complain, their lawyers will crush you. Stay away, please….life is too short to put up with such cruelty.

    The cons are endless..unjust treatment, unprofessional behavior by managers is tolerated, too many project managers who are just paper pushers and haven't actually run a job in years. Managers and project managers are too far removed from the work product to understand client issues thoroughly yet continue to make inappropriate knee jerk decisions. Abuse of billable hours, clients are not always getting the best value for their dollar. Intelligence and creativity are not rewarded, you might as well keep your head in the sand and keep quiet in order to keep your job.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stick to what you know: Oil, gas and mining. Other industries think Jacobs a fool.

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