Kimley-Horn and Associates

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Senior Project Manager

Kimley-Horn and Associates Twin Valley, MN

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


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Civil Engineer Project Manager

Kimley-Horn and Associates Twin Valley, MN

will include: helping the team to meet or exceed client expectations, assisting in the identification and tracking of new project leads, writing… Ivy Exec


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Kimley-Horn and Associates President John C. Atz
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    They will keep you working with promises of grandeur.

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    Current Employee - EIT in Dallas, TX
    Current Employee - EIT in Dallas, TX

    I have been working at Kimley-Horn and Associates full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    The experience, 401k, and occasional free lunch.

    Cons

    The company is not up front with the pay scale. New hires are brought in at a P-0, which is hourly. After your 3 month interview, you get a $500 yearly raise and are moved to a salary system. Negotiate your py up front. They won't change it later. Also plan on rediculous "UT" goals. (Hours billed to a project vs admin hours). They say 96% or less depending on your p scale. They expect +120% . Also plan on way over 50 hours a week (no overtime). The last few months have been over 60. You NEVER know when you get to go home. This makes having a personal life very difficult. The employee turnaround is also very high.

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    Enforceme your company working hours. Extra effort is good, but you are killing g your reputation.

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