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18 days ago

Civil Engineer In Training

Kimley-Horn Raleigh, NC +2 locations

** Kimley\-Horn's Land Development Team is looking for an entry\-level civil engineering graduate to join our Raleigh, NC office\. Interested… ClickCast

18 days ago

Intern - Civil Engineering

Kimley-Horn Raleigh, NC

** Kimley\-Horn's Structures Team has an internship opportunity for a civil engineering student in our Raleigh, NC office\. Interested candidates… ClickCast

30+ days ago

Bridge Engineer

Kimley-Horn Raleigh, NC

** Kimley\-Horn is looking for a Structural Engineer to focus on our bridge practice in Raleigh, NC\. The selected candidate will be involved in… ClickCast

30+ days ago

Senior Project Manager

Kimley-Horn Cary, NC +2 locations

include: operating with integrity and sound business principles, providing practice vision, business planning and strategy, establishing goals… ClickCast

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Kimley-Horn and Associates President John C. Atz
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    I worked at Kimley-Horn and Associates part-time (More than a year)


    I appreciated being able to work on a wide range of projects. There are also several opportunities to get to know senior staff.


    There was limited opportunity for professional growth. The senior staff were protective of their jobs and ideas at the cost of not listening to younger staff. The work environment also felt oppressive to people who valued family. Some employees engaged in taking bets on how long female staff would last after having children. The high minimum expectations for hours in the office left many people burned out or simply absent from home.

    Advice to Management

    I recommend hiring management with a focus on continued learning. There is always the need to adapt to new work and economic challenges. Having managers who are open to their own growth and education will allow them to value the insight of others and ultimately make the company more profitable.

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