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Resourcing Consultant

AMEC Darlington, North East England, England

and duties • Conducting targeted searches, (utilising job boards / databases / other media… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Maintenance Engineer (In2O&G)

AMEC Darlington, North East England, England

Ensuring that the total maintenance effort delivers its required objectives as efficiently and effectively as possible. Prime responsibilities and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Depot Based Lifting / Mechanical Fitter

AMEC Darlington, North East England, England

Key accountabilitiesAssist the depot manager ensuring equipment is services and available.Record and manage documentation.Assisting in maintenance… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Site Administrator

AMEC Hartlepool, England

and duties: • General Administration duties including photocopying, filing and scanning. • Assist in arranging travel / accommodation… Glassdoor

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    Safety focussed, bureaucratic, always looking at the bigger picture, often forgetting things at ground level...

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    Former Employee - Engineer in Darlington, North East England, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Engineer in Darlington, North East England, England (UK)

    I worked at AMEC


    Employee benefits (healthcare, flexible hours - for some, share save scheme)
    Excellent company to be a shareholder
    Some great people to work with.


    Cost cuting now resulting in many benefits no longer being available to new starters.
    Lack of clarity and feeling of effectiveness in PDR process - needs improving, with proper follow up.
    Gaining training and developement can seem impossible for some, whilst others have opportunities with minima effort.
    Currently going through a downturn in workload which is affecting morale.
    Some archaic management still hindering the business moving forward to satisfy own needs.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take a closer look at management and follow up on actions from employee engagement sessions. A lot of feedback is given, but little seems to be done although some positive changes are coming round.
    Take more focus in the fields we have strengths in, there are some great skills which are being underutilised.
    Work more towards retaining your valued employees before they leave.
    SILOS still need to be demolished.


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