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Jacobs Phoenix, AZ

QUALITY CONTROL (FIELD) · Perform Civil Inspection tasks in a highway construction environment independent of any direct supervision· Serves as a… Beyond.com

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Jacobs Phoenix, AZ

Internship positions at Jacobs provide college students an opportunity to gain real-world experience in specific area of study. Working in a… Beyond.com

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Jacobs Phoenix, AZ

Our Phoenix office is looking for an entry level candidate to work on transportation projects. Must have an understanding of principles, theories… Beyond.com

30+ days ago


Jacobs Phoenix, AZ

· Prepares designs and engineering drawings for transportation related projects including DOT, and municipal projects. Designs and drawings are… Beyond.com

30+ days ago


Jacobs Phoenix, AZ

• Constructs, operates, and maintains antennas and cell site equipment• Conducts tests on telecommunication systems and equipment and reports data in… Beyond.com

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Jacobs Phoenix, AZ

Jacobs has a great opportunity for a senior traffic engineer in our Phoenix, AZ office with interest and skills in traffic operations; traffic design… Beyond.com

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    Current Employee - Civil Engineer in Phoenix, AZ
    Current Employee - Civil Engineer in Phoenix, AZ

    I have been working at Jacobs full-time (more than a year)


    Large network of resources, friendly people, somewhat flexible schedule if you're not too busy.


    If you're not fully billable, be worried about keeping your job. They seem to hire people when they are in high demand on a specific project, then lay those people off once things slow down. Then a couple months later, we're hiring more people again. On one instance, a person was laid off because of a lack of work to do, but that very week someone else in the company with the same title and credentials was putting in overtime. Why couldn't they have spread the work around to keep the employee around a little longer?

    I am full time but have been on reduced hours because of a lack of billable work. One week I will have stuff to do and put in 40 hours, the next week there's nothing and I only do 21 hours. This is financially not a stable situation for a family, and a second job isn't doable since I never know when I'll be dong 40 hours or 21.

    It would be nice if they could cut a smaller check to their shareholders and let employees charge more time to overhead.

    The benefits are average but expensive!

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    I always hear "People are our greatest asset", but I feel like that is far from the truth. I feel like this company cares more about it's shareholders than it's employees. I am constantly on edge concerned about my job security just because the marketing department is slacking off at winning new projects. It has been a year since my department won a job, and we have submitted dozens of proposals.

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