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QA/QC Manager

Crown Associates Austin, TX

Provide Quality Assurance support to 5-10 projects ranging in size from $1 million to $250 million. • Conduct Quality Assurance Constructability… Crown Associates

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Senior Estimator (Structures - Bridges and the like)

Crown Associates New York, NY

• Review project plans, requirements, and specifications. • Have demonstrated leadership abilities to coordinate a team of estimators to develop a… Crown Associates

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Assistant MEP Project Manager

Crown Associates Charlotte, NC

Assist managing and accurately perform fundamental, routine mechanical/electrical and field construction activities including tasks related to… Crown Associates

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FIND1081 - Senior Procurement Manager - Stage 4

Crown Prosecution Service New London, NY +3 locations

1436141 Department Crown Prosecution Service Business Area Finance Business Area - detailed Procurement Team Number of Jobs… Glassdoor

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FIND1089 - Finance Officer (Stage 4) – new

Crown Prosecution Service Wakefield, England

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    Dead end job, generally bad employer

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    Current Employee - Administrative in Stafford, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Administrative in Stafford, England (UK)

    I have been working at Crown Prosecution Service full-time (more than 3 years)


    Very occasionally you might get the feeling that you have somehow contributed to putting a bad guy behind bars


    I know I has a particularly bad time at the CPS, so my review inevitably has a negative slant.

    When I joined the website boasted career prospects "The only question you have to ask, is how far do you want to go?" This was the antithesis of what I found. The CPS represents the very worst symptoms of being a public sector organisation. All that matters is ticking boxes. The fact that in reality the job isn't done means nothing to the management. The staff are a mixture of hard working saints that stop the place from sinking under water completely, and the rest only got the job because they ticked boxes in the interview. Three Senior Crown Prosecutors, responsible for putting rapists behind bars, crowded around a PC, baffled because they can't open an Excel document in MS Word. I could give a million examples that illustrate how stupid most of the people I worked with were; the simple fact is, if you're a good employee, then you should only work for a good employer. There is a reason the CPS ends up with the worst people. In my office there was a huge staff turn over of 'good' employees, but not so much of the bad ones.

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    Privatise state prosecutions, give up, the organisation is a joke, Stop giving yourselves massive voluntary exit pay outs whenever you fee like leaving, and cut the crap.

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