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30+ days ago

Lead Electrical Engineer 4

Black & Veatch Sacramento, CA

Functions as a technical specialist or in a lead role. With minimal supervision, applies advanced engineering techniques and analyses for problems…

30+ days ago

Wastewater Technology Leader

Black & Veatch Sacramento, CA

include technical scope and budget preparation, publishing of technical papers and articles in area of expertise, and mentoring of design staff… Black & Veatch

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Steve Edwards
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    Employee owned, people focused, challenging environment.

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    Current Employee - Construction in Overland Park, KS
    Current Employee - Construction in Overland Park, KS

    I have been working at Black & Veatch full-time (more than 3 years)


    I love the work flexibility and how quickly new professionals can "have a seat at the table." I have worked for companies in similar industries and they can be stuck in the past, set in their ways with the "due your time" mentality. Don't get me wrong, B&V is still pretty conservative but we have flexible work schedules and recognize that, to meet our aggressive growth initiatives, we have to be open to new and innovative ways of getting the job done. They do a good job of promoting internal job opportunities which I like as well.


    It's a matrixed corporate environment so making decisions or getting the go ahead can be a lengthy process at times. Also, we are growing rapidly so there is naturally some pain involved with the process. Lots of new exciting programs but you have to be resilient to change.

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    Get on the ground level a bit more and familiarize yourself with the masses that feel the pain of the work and who have great ideas on how to make things better. Get creative in what constitutes a "benefit" i.e. health and wellness programs, remote work capabilities, casual Fridays, etc.

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