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30+ days ago

Environmental Field Technician

AMEC Portland, OR

• Conduct tests and investigations in the field or laboratory to obtain… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Environmental Engineer

AMEC Portland, OR

The ideal candidate will have a solid background in civil/environmental or chemical engineering as well as excellent interpersonal skills, excellent… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Respirator Fit Testing - On-Call

AMEC Portland, OR

• Provide Respirator Fit Testing and Training (N95 & PAPR) in a health care/hospital environment. • The schedule is days & evenings. Role… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Intermediate to Senior Energy / Mechanical Engineers

AMEC Portland, OR

The ideal candidates will have an interest or experience in the field of energy engineering to support our energy group in energy efficiency projects… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Entry level Electrical Engineer

AMEC Portland, OR

· Design requirements would all be conducted under close supervision to start and will include simple calculations, specifications, quantity… Glassdoor

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AMEC Foster Wheeler CEO Samir Brikho
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44 Ratings

    Company message lost at local level

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    Current Employee - Senior Hydrogeologist in Portland, ME
    Current Employee - Senior Hydrogeologist in Portland, ME

    I have been working at AMEC Foster Wheeler full-time (more than 8 years)


    Good pay with ok benefits, flexible work schedule, great coworkers that are always there for you, challenging and complex projects with the opportunity to work outside of the US.


    You are only a number, only about profits, no mentoring or training programs, cliques prevent employees from getting resources (it's not what you know, it's who you know) global company message not consistent with local management, no recognition for hard work/employees overworked, resistant to change WRT sustainability and efficiency measures.

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    There are so many studies that say if your employees are happy and feel appreciated, they'll work harder and advocate for the company. You should try it sometime.

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