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7 days ago

Project Manager - Transit

AECOM Baltimore, MD

Project Manager position to provide services in support of AECOM s role as Consulting Engineer for the public transit client. Perform Project… Ivy Exec

1 day ago

Jr -Level Field Engineer – new

AECOM Baltimore, MD

AECOM employees work closely with USCIS personnel to deliver high end service solutions that allow them to maintain mission continuity. The… Glassdoor

25 days ago

Accountant III, Project Accounting

AECOM Baltimore, MD

AECOM has an immediate opening for a Senior Project Accountant capable of performing the following duties • Has advanced knowledge of project… Glassdoor

29 days ago

Rail Civil Design Engineer

AECOM Baltimore, MD

Successful candidate will be based in the Baltimore office, and will also travel to other offices from time to time to assist in track design… Glassdoor

8 days ago

Area Manager

AECOM Baltimore, MD

This position requires expert technical skills, the ability to coordinate and manage technical staff, understand contractor’s schedules, enforce work… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Project Engineer III, Engineering

AECOM Baltimore, MD

The Project is generally on a surface alignment, and includes three (3) short aerial structures, a short tunnel under Plymouth Avenue, two… Glassdoor

24 days ago

Civil Engineer IV,

AECOM Baltimore, MD

• Experience with other facets of transportation engineering such as geotechnical engineering and construction management are a… Glassdoor

1 day ago

Engineer III, Engineering – new

AECOM Baltimore, MD

The ideal candidate will have a minimum of BS in Civil Engineering or equivalent and 6 or more years of civil engineering and pavement management… Glassdoor

28 days ago

Civil Design Engineer (Heavy Rail/Track)

AECOM Technology Corporation Baltimore, MD

Successful candidate will be based in the Baltimore office, and will also travel to other offices from time to time to assist in track design… Glassdoor

7 days ago

Wastewater Project Manager

AECOM Laurel, MD

may include: development of project scope, schedule, and budget; developing, monitoring and reporting on project budgets; project quality assurance… Ivy Exec

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    Upper management needs to see what middle management is doing.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Baltimore, MD
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Baltimore, MD

    I have been working at AECOM


    -Mega projects to work on
    -Flexible working hours
    -Good benefits


    Company has been transitioning from 5 different companies to one unify one. During this transition upper management has forgotten to look into what middle management is doing and therefore a bunch of inexperience people has made it into the middle management. People with not people skills or management skills. People that think that the old good boy network is going to take care of them. In reality that is cancer that eats the company from within and limits the abilities of the people that are up and coming. My current office does not have a great local presence because of this people. They are wanted by the local community so therefore we do not get work from our local DOT, City or Counties. We depend on other offices to have work. Inexperience project managers, department managers and office managers do not know how to manage projects and do not share information. Out 5 projects in my department 3 are out of budget. Project managers do not follow ethics when it come to the time charges and scope creeping. Department managers are too young to determine what needs to be done and who needs to work on what. Our office manager just got promoted from department manager but he is incapable of bringing work to the office because he is not liked by the clients because he is too young and does not represent our company well.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop promoting people that do not have experience and start looking into hiring people that can bring the work and start grooming your own employees correctly so they can one day take the ropes to manage and move the company forward. The good old good boy network does not work anymore on today's market.

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