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12 hrs ago

Associate Director- International Development Planning- London based – new

WSP Group London, England

To help develop future international business opportunities and to secure international project wins, commensurate with achieving a sustainable… Glassdoor


13 hrs ago

Building Surveyor, Technical Services – new

WSP Group London, England

We are looking for an experienced Building Surveyor to join our growing team. The team work on a variety of projects on commercial buildings… Glassdoor


13 hrs ago

Principal / Associate - Built Heritage Specialist – new

WSP Group London, England

WSP has an enviable reputation for supporting clients to secure consent for large built development across the UK and are expanding our team across a… Glassdoor


13 hrs ago

Graduate Engineer, Rail Power – new

WSP Group London, England

It has approximately 17,000 employees, mainly engineers, technicians, scientists, architects, planners, surveyors, other design professionals, as… Glassdoor


13 hrs ago

Principal/Associate BREEAM Consultant – new

WSP Group London, England

WSPs environmental experts are committed to finding solutions that make clients projects possible. We go beyond delivering services to finding ways… Glassdoor


13 hrs ago

Senior/Principal Environmental Consultant - London,Leeds or Edinburgh – new

WSP Group London, England

WSPs environmental experts are committed to finding solutions that make clients projects possible. We go beyond delivering services to finding ways… Glassdoor


13 hrs ago

Project Manager/Senior Consultant - Risk Management Services – new

WSP Group London, England

Delivery of site and office-based projects in the most efficient manner to the benefit of the client and WSP RMS including effective… Glassdoor


13 hrs ago

Senior/Principal Architectural Acoustician – new

WSP Group London, England

WSPs environmental experts are committed to finding solutions that make clients projects possible. We go beyond delivering services to finding ways… Glassdoor


13 hrs ago

Contracts Manager – new

WSP Group London, England

The team has doubled in size over the last two years to twenty five and this growth is expected to continue during 2014/2015 in response to further… Glassdoor


14 hrs ago

Senior Engineer, Systems Engineer, Rail Systems – new

WSP Group London, England

It has approximately 17,000 employees, mainly engineers, technicians, scientists, architects, planners, surveyors, other design professionals, as… Glassdoor


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    Current Employee - Associate Director in London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Associate Director in London, England (UK)

    I have been working at WSP Group full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    From starting as a graduate the company has supported me in my personal development through to associate director level. They have constantly offered me new challenges and areas to grow, supporting me technically and managerially via internal and external courses and personally by backing city / office relocation. I have been trusted to make the right decisions in my career and assisted to grow and develop a specialist discipline.
    The project experience I have accrued I'm sure is second to none. I would highly recommend a career in WSP to anyone with the right attitude and work ethic.

    Cons

    The biggest challenge in a big company is communication, I've seen a number of strategies but I think we're getting there. A big company can also mean that decisions that affect your career are taken remotely from your direct line management, this can sometimes be difficult to reconcile as rewards must be distributed fairly in large teams, especially in hard economic times. I've seen this lead to motivation issues with certain roles / types of people.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Although I understand the difficulties in managing large teams and budgets I believe it is important that individual career paths are honoured to ensure motivation and key skill retention. The PDR process is commonly not taken seriously as it bares no real relationship to true effective progression. A culture of autonomy and personal responsibility must be fostered, the company must strive to be remain personal as it grows so all voices can be heard and all ideas assessed.
    A return to performance related bonuses would be welcomed by all and is essential to retain key staff.

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