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24 days ago

UPF Project Affairs Liaison

Navarro Research and Engineering Oak Ridge, TN

•Develop project reports that reflect key accomplishments, align with NNSA strategic messages, and represent UPO Senior Leadership positions… Navarro Research and Engineering

30+ days ago

Senior Environmental Scientist (FUSRAP)

Navarro Research and Engineering Saint Louis, MO +2 locations

• Participates independently and as a team member in the Former Utilized Remedial Site Action Plan (FUSRAP) functional areas of a technical group… Navarro Research and Engineering

30+ days ago

Project Scheduler

Navarro Research and Engineering Grand Junction, CO

The Project Scheduler is to work with and assist the LM organization to integrate, process, track, analyze, and report data concerning project… Navarro Research and Engineering

30+ days ago

Environmental Data Management Specialist

Navarro Research and Engineering Grand Junction, CO

• Function as an independent professional managing and analyzing environmental monitoring and other data and databases. • Loads routine and… Navarro Research and Engineering

Navarro Research and Engineering Reviews

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Susana Navarro-Valenti
5 Ratings
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    Toxic Workplace!!

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Knoxville, TN
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Knoxville, TN
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
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    I worked at Navarro Research and Engineering full-time (More than 5 years)


    Loved my JOB and did it well. I honestly did my best every day that I was there and NEVER missed a deadline. Took on numerous duties that I was not completely knowledgeable of when they were given to me, but completely figured it out and conquered the challenges. Pay is definitely fair, but you have to consider the fact that you won't just be doing YOUR job and there will be NOBODY to come to your aid if you ask for help.


    Completely blind-sided by the way some really great employees are treated so unfairly and the ones that make the mistakes and cost the company $$ in late fees and penalties are treated like gold! There was no consistency whatsoever as far as rules. Each employee was treated how that Supervisor wanted to treat that PERSON, not as an employee in a department in a consistent way. The culture there is completely different that any place I have EVER worked in my entire life.

    Advice to Management

    Be considerate of how you treat ALL the employees instead of picking favorites. I have never deserved to be treated the way I was treated there and honestly feel bad for the others that I worked with. The other positive reviews on here HAVE to be the same person that really wants the reviews to be more positive. I'm really sorry, but all those positive points must have been before I worked there or they had a VERY different Supervisor than I did for most of my time there. Also, I understand that 40 hours per week is the minimum for a salaried employee, but telling an employee that salaried means MORE than 40 hours is not actually the best way to get an employee more motivated. Just saying.

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