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Architects

Parsons Corporation South Jordan, UT

** The ideal candidate for this position is interested in designing, evaluating, and implementing highly public transit infrastructure projects into… Beyond.com


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Architectural Designer

Parsons Corporation South Jordan, UT

The ideal candidate for this position is interested in designing, evaluating, and implementing highly public transit infrastructure projects into an… Beyond.com


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Senior Architects

Parsons Corporation South Jordan, UT

** The position offers an opportunity to engage in and participate in the Urban Design and architectural design of some of the high profile projects… Beyond.com


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SCA-UXO Technician II

Parsons Corporation Riverton, UT

**Make a Difference UXO Technician II** **Camp Williams, UT** Parsons offers the U.S. Government qualified personnel to solve engineering… Beyond.com


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    It was a wonderful experience ... and then management changed.

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    I worked at Parsons Corporation full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    It use to be dynamic, problem-solving focused with a wonderful professional staff who went out of their way to contribute if asked appropriately.

    Cons

    That said, like all very large organizations, it is very silo-ed. We had clients who could have had needs additionally or better served by other pockets within the organization. Cross-cutting out one's "box" to another was problematic. It was also a very male-dominated ACOE organization with less recognition and opportunity than might have been desired by women and a tendency to assume a "we do it all" attitude.

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    Listen to your field staff! They have their hands on the pulse of the clients, have relationships outside of Parsons that provide opportunity, competitive intelligence and can inform a stronger sense of "place in the marketplace." Open those communication channels -- and REALLY open them where there is no negative consequence for proactive recommendation, necessary corrections etc. It's impossible to be always right at the top, so learn to listen to the folks on the streets and in the trenches. They are your best intelligence and marketing resources.

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