AECOM Jobs in Portland, OR

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13 days ago

Business Development Lead, Tolling

AECOM Portland, OR

of this position include, but are not limited to: • Finds, pursues and wins long term Tolling opportunities (projects and programs) by networking… AECOM

21 days ago

Wetlands Scientist

AECOM Portland, OR

• Wetland and stream delineation (often in challenging terrain), plant surveys, functional assessments, and permitting support • Collect required… AECOM

30+ days ago

Junior Field Engineer A

AECOM Portland, OR

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

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AECOM President & CEO Michael S. Burke
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    Too top heavy in management, too shareholder focused, office politics are terrible.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Portland, OR
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Portland, OR

    I have been working at AECOM full-time (More than 5 years)

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    If you're "in" on the political side, you're taken care of. If you are self-taught, you'll do just fine. Every once in a while an interesting project has come along, but minimal opportunity for junior staff to participate in. Pay is decent, benefits are okay.


    Management makes a good show of caring but little to no follow-through on employee concerns. Multiplier makes this company not cost effective in this geographic market. Education, mentoring and promotion of junior staff is slow: mentoring opportunities are few and far between. You will be pigeon holed. Offices fight each other for work and generally do not share.

    Advice to Management

    Cut 30% of senior management, too top heavy and the multiplier is too high to compete for mid-sized jobs. Support junior staff with mentoring opportunities and follow-through on verbal commitments to employees.

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