Safety Specialist III Case Manager (Former Employee) – Richland, WA – September 20, 2017
There's nothing bad I can say about working at CH2M - PRC. The management team was fantastic, morale was great, and I'd be there again in a heartbeat if I had the proper work/life balance. That was not an issue with the employer, it was personal. This job would have been PERFECT for me, if I'd been able to overcome being homesick and away from family.
Technical Writer and Editor (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – September 19, 2017
The workplace culture was definitely a positive environment. The company truly wanted to make their staff happy which lead to increase work due the staff wanting to be there. Management style was to let the staff do their job as needed.
Unfortunately the company is project driven, so when there isn't any work some staff will be let go quite quickly.
Project Associate (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 4, 2017
CH2M Hill has grown into a very successful international company. However in the process the average employee cannot be acknowledge for any level of effort or achievement. Not room for advancement since no one ones know your name.,
Stress level fair to low with a understanding management and fun co-workers in a productive workplace.
A.P.I. Valve Shop Foreman, Lead, Technician (Former Employee) – Prudhoe Bay, AK – August 29, 2017
I've worked a variety of hours in the course of a day, learned a strong work ethnic and communication skills. Worked well with management and elevated.Hardest part of my careers was working in extreme outdoors environments( Bering Sea/ Prudhoe Bay AK.). Most enjoyable part of my jobs was management, Client, co-workers and pay.
Lead Document Processor/Publishing Specialist (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 29, 2017
I worked here for more than 22 years. I very much enjoyed the work that I did and my co-workers. I have many opportunities to work in other CH2M offices on strategic proposals. Stressful at time but mostly enjoyable.
Loved the people, and the original management team. After Mr. Peterson passed, management went downhill.
Contracts Administrator (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, Florida and San Antonio, Texas – August 28, 2017
CH2M HILL was sold. When I joined CH2 they were an execellent company, promoted education, advancement, etc. The project teams all worked well together until the end. It was a pleasure serving with them and I enjoyed every encounter. I believe it was a combination of poor management and the economy which ended up destroying the company and the company culture. I was with them a very long time and do not regret one moment overall.
Productive work place with challenge andnt whe advancement.
Account Support 1 (Former Employee) – Sharonville, OH – August 21, 2017
I felt strong about my career there, but was let go due to company adjustments. I learned a lot and grateful that i can carry this experience on to another position. I really enjoyed the work atmosphere in our department. Everyone helped everyone when needed. The hardest part was doing a position and everyone hears you, but not improvement to better everyone involved.
COMBO PIPE WELDER (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – August 6, 2017
I weldeed stainless and carbon steel pipe on a gas fired power plant that was a mulibillion dollar project in Utah that lasted about a year, it was fun and challenging, I really enjoyed it, I was proud of what I did.
Internship here was great introduction into the consulting world. Did not apply to what I was looking to do with my career. The people were great. Unsure on how the work place is as a full time employee.
Support & Operations Technician I (Former Employee) – Englewood, CO – August 2, 2017
It's an ok place to work. If all you're looking for is a job then it'll do. Mostly the company seems to be mismanaged however, with management only wanting to appease those that are above them instead of working with their employees to resolve actual issues that likely will benefit the company.
As a "employee owned" company, the "employees" have NO say in anything, the executive level people are going to to do whatever lines their greedy pockets, no one really cares about the people out in the field who are breaking their backs to keep the company afloat.
MILLWRIGHT at construction of new power plant (Former Employee) – Vineyard, UT – July 28, 2017
The work entailed installing/mounting various components of the power plant, from turbines, valves, pumps, boilers, subsystems,etc. It also entailed aligning pumps, testing equipment, operating equipment such as overhead cranes,man lifts, and fork lifts. The most fascinating thing learned is how a natural gas power plant operates. The management was good. Many of them were highly educated professionals with a lot of experience in this type of work. The culture was very colorful with various types of people. In way the craft was a little rough around the edges but knew their job. The hardest part was the work wasn't always active. At times we would have to wait for certain resources such as crane availability or sequence of work. The enjoyable part was seeing how things were coming together.
Working at CH2M was a good learning experience for what it means to work for a large global company.
Office Management (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – July 20, 2017
At CH2M Inc. I work on multiple tasks including mail room, data entry, records management and the copy center. I was taught how to successfully complete Excel spreadsheets on MS Office as well as expense reports. Delivering the mail and express packages every day allowed me the opportunity to get to know the engineers and learn more about the company. The hardest part of working at CH2M was having to conduct office moves on two separate occasions. The best part of the job was working for a company that does so much for the environment, people and the planet as a whole.