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8 days ago

Project Manager

Cardno Seattle, WA

include but are not limited to : * The Project Manager will serve as overall lead setting the vision and direction for implementation of the firms… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Northwest Business Unit Manager - Engineering and Environmental Services

Cardno Seattle, WA

associated with that role. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: * Represents One… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Architectural Historian

Cardno Seattle, WA

Include but are not limited to: * Support project managers in conducting fieldwork, background research and report completion * Aiding in… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Technical Editor

Cardno Seattle, WA

Include but are not limited to: > Edit documents for organization, content, technical accuracy, and style > Exercise good judgment in assessing the… Glassdoor


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    Not the Time to Be Working at Cardno

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
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    I have been working at Cardno full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    Large corporation that managed to weather the economic storm of 2008 - present. Strong suite of services (some are commendable).

    Cons

    May be a good company to work for - in about five years. This is a word of warning to potential employees: Let the dust settle before you risk working for a company that's still trying to find its north star. Top management talks a good talk, but it becomes clear after the gloss fades that their lofty goals are based on dollars in their back pockets, with no anticipated trickle-down effect to the workers. Vertical accountability with no teamwork makes for a difficult work environment. If you need professional mentoring, look elsewhere. It's every man/woman for him/herself right now.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    We see potential "lifetime" career-minded employees at all levels jumping ship. Your growth goals are impressive, getting there with your current employees would be much more impressive. Blaming your missed company-wide goals on the economic environmental has become a lame (worn-out) excuse. Blaming it on the reduction of an environmental-response (i.e. short term) project makes you appear short-sighted. Blaming it on the weather makes you appear that you didn't know how to "save for a rainy day."

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