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6 days ago

Biological Permitting Specialist

URS Santa Barbara, CA

• Minimum eight years of post-graduate professional experience in biological consulting, including demonstrated project management experience; A… URS

27 days ago

Geologist - Assistant Project Manager

URS Santa Barbara, CA

Bachelor’s degree in geology • Minimum six years of experience in environmental consulting, with an emphasis in soil/groundwater assessment and… URS

15 days ago

Database Specialist

URS Corporation Santa Barbara, CA

• Qualified applicants who are offered a position must pass a pre-employment substance abuse test The Database Specialist will support the Central… URS Corporation

27 days ago

Environmental Scientist / Geologist

URS Santa Barbara, CA

• Conduct and assist in field investigation and sampling efforts • Prepare analytical data analysis, work plan and reports • Assist in the… URS

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    The Central Coast is like a family (with both the good and bad relatives)

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    Current Employee - Senior Project Manager  in  Santa Barbara, CA
    Current Employee - Senior Project Manager in Santa Barbara, CA

    I have been working at URS full-time for more than 8 years


    Excellent management, diverse projects focusing mostly on power, oil & gas and aerospace. The office has a pretty good after-hours program and is very involved with charities, fund raising and local community support.

    Access to Sr. leadership is good... and the folks who aren't overwhelmed typically take the time to talk about career goals, business and future opportunities.

    I've never been told that I couldn't get training if it can be applied to my work or projects... and everyone is provided the opportunity to grow.


    This office has a few 'toxic' employees, and since they are fairly successful, haven't been asked to change their ways unfortunately. There are a couple of under-performers who really stick out like sore thumbs, why they aren't gone remians a mystery to me.

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    Communicate the good and bad.... we can take it. No need to sugar-coat things.

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