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5 days ago

Director of Billing and Eligibility

Management Resources Dallas, TX

include all functions relating to Billing and Eligibility as well as loading and maintaining eligibility and billing for clients. SCOPE OF POSITION… Job Board

5 days ago

Director of Sales and Support

Management Resources Dallas, TX

~~THE OPPORTUNITY The Director of Sales and Support fosters growth by assisting and supporting the sales and client relations team in all aspects of… Job Board

5 days ago

Landscape Construction Crew Member

Environmental Management Dublin, OH

If you like being outside and working with your hands, this job is for you! Selected candidate will work on residential and commercial landscape… Job Board

5 days ago

Irrigation Tech

Environmental Management Dublin, OH

With the guidance of the Operations Manager and/or other direct Irrigation Department Supervisor, completes irrigation installations, scheduled… Job Board

5 days ago

Director of Financial Planning and Analysis

Management Resources Dallas, TX

The Director of Financial Planning and Analysis will be a key asset in the future growth of the company. This individual will lead the Companys… Job Board

1 day ago

Senior Geologist/Project Manager , – new

Erm Group Charleston, WV

ERM is seeking a Senior Geologist/Project Manager to join our Contaminated Site Management practice team in Charleston, WV. In this role, you will… jobsradar.com

11 days ago

Director / Partner, Environmental Transaction Services

ERM Washington, DC

An extension of ERM’s market position and reach with your established relationships to further drive our growth. ROLE PROFILE: Primary focus on… Ivy Exec

4 days ago

Environmental Impact Assessment Project Manager

Erm Group Houston, TX

ERM is seeking an Environmental Impact Assessment Project Manager to join our team in Houston, TX. This individual will assist primarily with capital… jobsradar.com

7 days ago

Staff Environmental Geologist

Erm Group Houston, TX +3 locations

* Conduct field work, including soil, sediment, ground water, and surface water sampling, aquifer testing, drilling oversight and soil logging, soil… jobsradar.com

11 days ago

Director / Partner, EHS Performance & Assurance Consulting

ERM Chicago, IL

This is a Partner-level opportunity for a Principal/Director/VP-level professional looking to further their career with an equity stake in a global… Ivy Exec

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    I worked at Environmental Resources Management full-time


    Co-workers are mostly serious, do their work, are pleasant to be around, and are reasonable people. I enjoyed my time with these co-workers. There is a good emphasis on health and safety. The base salary is good.


    Senior management expects a completely unrealistic profit margin, and the gap between expectations and reality is growing. The partners' collective greed is detrimental to the overall company. Senior management seems to take no role in shifting work loads from those who are overloaded to those who need work. The claim of one global company does not occur in practice. Staff have conflicting goals because managers try to manage project budgets but lower-level employees need to bill as many hours as possible. ERM is too tightly linked to coal, oil, and mining, which are diminishing industries because of their environmental harm. ERM is very cheap regarding expenses necessary to conduct work. The open office layout makes for a noisy work environment with co-workers having discussions at full volume and taking phone calls at their desk. The emphasis on health and safety gets out of control, eating too much meeting time. Health and safety is the only training provided; you are expected to do other training on your own time. Bonuses do not correspond to effort (extra hours worked).

    Advice to Management

    Senior management wants a large but unrealistic profit margin, but does not have a vision or strategy on how to achieve it. If the private equity owners and partners continue to demand a high profit margin, then some of the managing partners will need to be replaced with those who have strategy.

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