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30+ days ago

Proposal Manager

ERM Annapolis, MD

Position Expectations •Support marketing and business development activities, from client and opportunity research to pursuit management and… TheLadders.com


30+ days ago

Partner/Principal Consultant, Environmental Impact Assessment Practice

ERM Washington, DC

This candidate is expected to develop and implement the strategic business/action plan, provide leadership, and deliver performance results to expand… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Social Impact Assessment Consultant

ERM Washington, DC

Assess social and socio-economic impacts of large-scale development projects in the US and internationally.Plan and conduct field research using… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Staff Archaeologist

ERM Washington, DC

Conduct research and writing for cultural heritage components of ESHIA, NHPA Section 106, and NEPA documents under the direction of the supervisor… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Staff Environmental Social Impact Assessment Consultant

ERM Washington, DC

Assess social and socio-economic impacts of large-scale development projects in the US and internationally.Plan and conduct field research using… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Senior Consultant/Project Manager, Natural Resources and Environmental Economics

ERM Washington, DC +3 locations

Manage multiple project or task teams on natural resource economics issues. Lead technical work on large, integrated contracts.Responsible for… Ivy Exec


5 days ago

Landscape Maintenance Crew Leader

Environmental Management Columbus, OH

With the guidance of the Operations Manager/Field Service manager oversees the efficient operation of site maintenance while operating within EMI… Environmental Management


5 days ago

Commercial Landscape Sales Representative

Environmental Management Columbus, OH

Seeking new business opportunities through prospecting and networking Research, identify and deliver profitable business opportunities with new and… Environmental Management


5 days ago

Customer Service Receptionist

Environmental Management Columbus, OH

This person will be responsible for answering the phones and being the first point of contact for our customers. Greet customers and vendors as they… Environmental Management


26 days ago

Electrical Journeyman and apprentice -$40-$50 an hour!

Rocky Mountain Denver, CO

Electrical Journeyman and apprentice wanted. Fast paced, positive work environment. Please send resume. We look forward to speaking with… Rocky Mountain


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    Undue Pressure on the Consultants, Office atmosphere can be political.

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    Former Employee - Associate Engineer
    Former Employee - Associate Engineer

    I worked at Environmental Resources Management full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    I've worked on some very cool projects and learned a lot in my experience. ERM has big clients that need assistance with big projects. It can be very cool to participate. There are still a few very smart people left in the ranks that are willing to take a junior consultant under their wing. I owe my current position (at another company) to the great project experience I got at ERM.

    Compensation is so-so, raises are based on annual inflation +/- a fraction of a percent depending on annual reviews (how billable you were the past year).

    Cons

    The company is run by investors whose primary goal is for the company to be as profitable as possible. This puts stress on all the employees there to be a billable as possible. Billability goals of 95% or 100% are typical for ERM consultants (you have to be working on something that ERM can charge for at least 38 hours per week). If you consistently work 60 hours per week, don't expect to get much more than a "thanks for helping our office's billability numbers". The burden is on each employee to meet the goal, otherwise you attract negative attention and predictable conversations with management. This is BS especially for the entry-level workers who have little to no control over what is handed to them. It is expected that you work over your 40 hours to meet these goals. Workers get stressed and it affects their personal lives if they're not billable enough. Project Managers get stressed out over this too. A lot of stress in general.
    Office atmosphere can be cold and political; I attribute this atmosphere to the stresses listed above
    As others have said, development of junior employees can be better. Opportunities for classes and training are available, but that may take away from your billability, which can be problematic

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