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30+ days ago

Software Programmer/Analyst - Senior

Black & Veatch Overland Park, KS

Under minimal supervision, is the technical lead in one or more highly specialized areas of application systems analysis and programming. Provides… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Senior Planner

Black & Veatch Bangkok

Leads the Project Controls Scheduling team in planning and schedule preparation for engineering, procurement, construction and start up phases of… Beyond.com


22 days ago

Marketing Analyst, Energy

Black & Veatch Overland Park, KS +4 locations

Senior-level marketing and analysis position working closely with key Energy leaders (in assigned areas) providing accurate and timely market… Beyond.com


3 days ago

Finance Business Analyst – new

Black & Veatch United States

Prepares monthly and quarterly financial reports. Develops and maintains moderately complex financial models and reporting tools using Microsoft… Glassdoor


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    Former Employee - Mechanical Engineering Inter  in  Denver, CO
    Former Employee - Mechanical Engineering Inter in Denver, CO

    I worked at Black & Veatch as an intern for less than a year

    Pros

    Black & Veatch does a great job at giving employees options when they are hired on. During the first two years, the company rotates you to different divisions within the business; Energy, Water, Telecom, etc. When the employee finds a division that suites them best, they can further explore within the division. Black & Veatch really wants the employees to enjoy where they work so the employee can be effective and efficient.

    Cons

    During my time as an intern the company came off as very divided between engineering and construction. Pointing fingers became a daily occurrence. Not that other companies will not do this, but I found it to be excessive and distracting during work.

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    As an intern I really enjoyed going to field assignments. Even if it took two weeks to get my feet under me, the experience was valuable and gave a good representation of what work was like at job sites. I believe more interns could have benefited more from seeing the job site.
    There are many (~50) interns each summer and it's easy to get classified as a typical intern. The program is well constructed and thought through, but it makes you feel like your on a conveyor belt. I wish the interviews and updates were less regimented.

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