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Greeley and Hansen Greenbelt, MD

and Requirements The ideal candidate should possess a minimum of 2 years experience in water and wastewater engineering consulting performing… Greeley and Hansen

12 days ago


Greeley and Hansen Greenbelt, MD

and Requirements The Scheduler is responsible for preparing, tracking, managing, and scheduling activities on water: wastewater and construction… Greeley and Hansen

12 days ago

Project Manager

Greeley and Hansen Washington, DC

and Requirements As the Program Manager for the DC Clean Rivers Project, Greeley and Hansen is responsible for implementation of DC Waters Long Term… Greeley and Hansen

12 days ago

Project Engineer/Green Infrastructure

Greeley and Hansen Washington, DC

would include review and prepare calculations, permit applications, monitoring plans and progress reports. The qualified candidate will have a… Greeley and Hansen

16 days ago

Project Engineer

Greeley and Hansen Alexandria, VA

and Requirements We are looking for project engineers to support a variety of clients and services in the Northern Virginia area. Through our long… Greeley and Hansen

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    A Non-Fulfilling Career

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    Current Employee - Engineer  in  Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - Engineer in Chicago, IL

    I have been working at Greeley and Hansen full-time for more than 10 years


    Was once a rewarding place to work staffed with numerous great engineers.


    The new corporate model no longer stresses engineering. It's all about perception and image. No clear career path. Appears to promote based upon blind loyalty rather than competence.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    When was the last time the company was recognized for a great engineering achievement? Refocus on the engineering aspect of the business and less time spent wanting to be liked.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    No opinion of CEO