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22 days ago

Senior Project Manager

AECOM Raleigh, NC

As a project manager you will be responsible for making decisions concerning approved expenditures to meet project budget, preventing the need for… AECOM


27 days ago

Traffic & ITS Engineer III, Transportation Engineering

AECOM Raleigh, NC

include traffic capacity analysis, feasibility studies, signal design, signal timing, signal systems, ITS, tolling, system integration & testing… AECOM


8 days ago

Scientist / Geologist I

AECOM Raleigh, NC

• Assist Project Managers in efficient execution of project scope of work on time and within budget. • Provide field services for site… AECOM


27 days ago

Transportation Planner

AECOM Raleigh, NC

AECOM is looking to fill a project management position in its Raleigh office to focus on transportation planning projects, specifically, NEPA… AECOM


27 days ago

Roadway Engineer

AECOM Raleigh, NC

Perform specific and limited portions of a broader assignment of an experienced engineer. Applies standard practices and techniques in specific… AECOM


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    Current Employee - GIS Manager in Raleigh, NC

    I have been working at AECOM full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Big company, lots of opportunities to be involved in large and interesting projects. The pay is competitive and there are opportunities to get involved with lots of different work. Have been able to receive promotions and advance in my career.

    Cons

    Too many cooks in the kitchen, top level management only concerned about numbers in a spreadsheet and not interested in employee development or satisfaction. No training or development is offered to employees. No incentives or bonus plan. Too many hoops to go through to get approvals for anything.

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    Don't just talk about making changes, do something about it. Don't talk about utilization so much. Give employees more opportunities to receive training and attend conferences.

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