I have been working at ONEIDA TOTAL INTEGRATED ENTERPRISES full-time
OTIE is a great place to be. It's got plenty of interesting, challenging work lined up and a talented staff to handle it. The company is relatively small (compared to AECOM or AMEC for example) so you really get to establish a sense of community with your fellow staff members and management alike. You aren't a number at OTIE and there is always someone you can ask for help if you need it. OTIE does a great job of making you feel like an important member of their team.
Projects tend to be large and last a long time so you may not get to see a project through from start to finish
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at ONEIDA TOTAL INTEGRATED ENTERPRISES (Milwaukee, WI) in August 2015.
As I was returning to OTIE following the closure of Sullivan, I was contacted by past colleagues to assist on current projects. We agreed that I would assist the current Corp. Safety and Health Manager and report to him as well as assist and report to various projects managers as project needs dictate.
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