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22 days ago

Health & Safety Consultant

ERM Houston, TX

Provide technical assistance on safety-related compliance projects, safety management system development and implementation, safety oversight… Ivy Exec


22 days ago

Senior Environmental, Health, Safety and Sustainability (EHS&S) IT Consultant

ERM Houston, TX

ERM Information Solutions (ERM IS) combines the critical knowledge and experience in EHS S best practices, global regulatory content and technology… Ivy Exec


22 days ago

Director/Equity Partner, Contaminated Site Management

ERM Houston, TX

ERM s Contaminated Site Management (CSM) practice is aimed at helping clients resolve environmental liabilities and realize maximum value from their… Ivy Exec


15 days ago

Technical Director

ERM Houston, TX

INCLUDE:Provide technical expertise on Risk and Safety projectsProvide technical mentoring to team membersEnsure projects are planned and programmed… Ivy Exec


22 days ago

Partner - Technical Risk & Process Safety

ERM Houston, TX

Provide technical support and guidance to the Risk practice team.Front Engineering and Design (FEED) projects in oil and gas industry.Working with… Ivy Exec


22 days ago

Director/Equity Partner, Certification and Verification

ERM Houston, TX

ROLE PROFILE:Primary focus on client account development, sales, and delivery of the full spectrum of ERM s consulting services to deliver strategic… Ivy Exec


22 days ago

Corporate Recruiting Coordinator

ERM Houston, TX

Support the recruitment function across ERM s North America region, including working closely with national recruiting manager.Provide full-cycle… Ivy Exec


22 days ago

SAP EHSM Solutions Architect

ERM Houston, TX

The primary purpose of this position is to apply SAP EHSM solutions experience and comprehensive Health, Safety and Environmental subject matter… Ivy Exec


22 days ago

Director/Equity Partner, Upstream Oil & Gas HSE Programs

ERM Houston, TX

As part of the continued growth and innovation of our Performance Assurance practice, ERM has an opportunity for an experienced leader to join our… Ivy Exec


22 days ago

Corporate Recruiting Manager

ERM Houston, TX

Lead the recruitment of c.300 new hires annually across the US.Assess existing volume recruiting processes and practices, and recommend and implement… Ivy Exec


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    Current Employee - Senior Consultant  in  Houston, TX
    Current Employee - Senior Consultant in Houston, TX

    I have been working at Environmental Resources Management full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Large size clients. International presence. Some (rare) very highly skilled talent

    Cons

    - Claim to be on the sustainability track = All talk, no nationwide growth strategy, little results. Most senior hires did not last a year before leaving... Huge road blocks internally
    - Commodity EHS provider with a squeeze on human resource and very high billable rates.
    - Career growth is pathetic, have not learned a thing in 7 years.
    - Salaries are miserable and annual bonus are a joke. Expect to get a flat 1-2% per year and a $500 annual bonus if your manager are not promoting your case (12 hours work days efforts for 12 months!)
    - Revolving doors at many offices due to poor leadership...

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Vision to become a Billion dollar company is blurring top management. Exploiting people is a good thing but need to give back one way or the other... I have not encountered such bitterness to my other 3 former FT500 employers as much as with ERM...

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