Rimkus – Englewood, NJ
• Conduct field investigations to determine the cause and origin of failures and damages to the components of residential and commercial roofing… StartWire
Rimkus – Englewood, NJ
• Conduct investigations to determine the cause of building and structure collapses, failures, damage, and defects for residential, commercial… StartWire
Rimkus – Deerfield Beach, FL
• Onsite supervision of the construction process • Preparation and maintenance of schedules • Ensuring that the project budget is maintained… StartWire
Rimkus – Atlanta, GA
• Prepare design documents for structural systems including calculations. • Work with other Engineers and Architects assigned to applicable… StartWire
Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO
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Good intentions, but good intentions only go so far in the grand scheme of reality. The pay was ok if you like doing 3 jobs for the price of 1.
The lack of training is atrocious. "Wing it" is pretty much the company motto and that is exactly how you proceed through your day with the bare bones minimum, unprofessional, unorganized, hit and run type training you receive before you are launched to the wolves on your own. You only learn from your mistakes because management lacks knowledge and leadership and is therefore ignored when trying to convince the team to do anything they are supposed to do. If you take the initiative to independently problem solve, you are ostracized for it, yet no one has the time or proper steps established, everyone has their own little rules which often leaves you confused and constantly backpedaling. The systems are outdated and frequently crash, causing much down time, then catching up is a daunting task company wide. No suggestions are taken into consideration on how to better the system and work flow. A few of the departments are not team players, which greatly effects the company goals. Some coworkers are puffed up with their own importance and their personalities are a real yawn, laughter is almost non existent here. You don't even need a license for most of the work they do, it's simple common sense. They promise the clients the sky but don't deliver on deadlines due to incompetence and an unreasonable workload so you are then expected to do twice the work your peers do by squeezing in an extra job, which a department already exists for, just so they don't have to wait in line like the rest of the company.
Advice to Management
Train your employees properly from the start so they have a solid foundation.