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14 days ago

Environmental Advisor

Morgan Sindall PLC Rugby, England

of an environmental advisor Deliver environmental advice and guidance at all levels to minimise risk to the company Assist with the development and… Adzuna


18 days ago

Bid Manager

Morgan Sindall PLC Rugby, England

of a bid manager Plan and manage all aspects of bids providing subject matter expertise where required Ensure effective and inspirational bid… Adzuna


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Entrance to Morgan Sindall site near Nelson (Photo thanks to Geograph user Jaggery, Some Rights Reserved)
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    Good company to work for - As with many others it could do with better communication.

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    Former Employee - Procurement  in  Rugby, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Procurement in Rugby, England (UK)

    I worked at Morgan Sindall full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    A variety of aspects in the day-to-day job, no two days were the same.

    Staff, all very friendly and willing to help out

    In my year at Morgan Sindall i worked in 7 different office and on 4 different sites (working in: tunneling, rail, construction, highways, utilities, energy, aviation). This provided me with a good range of experience and meant that i got to know many different people (always good to have connections). All traveling expenses to and from offices/sites that aren't the employees base location are covered by MS.

    Get 'thrown-in' right from the start and given responsibility.

    Cons

    Although people are happy to help, many have too much work on.

    Main negative is communication between departments, i did some work with the supply chain team which falls under the procurement department; when changes were made very few people were informed. There weren't enough emails/flyers going around the company informing departments of changes or what other departments were doing.

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    Improve communication.
    Unless the employee is directly involved in a project he/she seemed to know nothing about it. When changes are made in one department they will effect others, this was poorly communicated, i.e. changes to the supply chain will (at a minimum) effect the site, accounts and procurement teams.

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