Field Supervisor (Current Employee) – Islamorada, FL – October 5, 2017
For a Company that's been around for over 50 years they have poor to non-existent management skills. Lack of good leadership, no chain of command, and a (so called) Supervisor who micro manages, leads by instilling fear and confusion in everyone below him.
Poor Leadership, No chain of command, mass confusion, very unprofessional
Tetra Tech over all is a good company to work for. I enjoyed working for and with Employees.Everyone has a chance to advance with the company. There is some traveling involved with working with the company.
Quality Assurance Manager (Current Employee) – Fairfax, VA – August 22, 2017
Great people, great work. High caliber scientific staff leading the industry in complex data analytics; providing data-driven solutions to complex challenges faced by EPA headquarters, regional offices, state and municipal water agencies.
Good benefits, free gym in building, flexible schedule, ability to telecommute.
Frequent summer time power disruptions, weak IT infrustructure - network outages
Lead Safety Assurance Manager (Current Employee) – Deadwood, SD – August 9, 2017
Sharing Lesson's Learned of previous work day Empowers employees to Stop Work: to prevent someone getting hurt, killed or equipment damage Challenges with state of the art programs and processes to be competitive Globally
HDPE Pipe Fuser (Former Employee) – Lawrence County, South Dakota – July 10, 2017
I worked for Tetra Tech from April to the end of June at the Gilt Edge Mine Site in Lawrence County, SD. I learned some valuable things about pipe fusing. The drive to work was rough on my personal vehicle and I had a hard time communicating with my supervisor.
No. 2 Divisional CFO/COO role - Specialist (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 6, 2017
Typically inflexible; sometimes myopic; good benefits; great place for engineers; very much a rent seeker relying on government monies directly and regulatory compliance indirectly; upper management is more mercenary than idealist; lower levels can be pretty crunchy, especially the environmental groups; manages to straddle the crunchy environmental activist cause (big in "climate change" while also servicing oil, gas and mining sectors. Largest water engineering firm in the world (treatment, distribution, protection."
Very good corporate leadership; weak at the operating unit level
Great starting position fresh out of college. I gained experience with UNIX, C Programming Language and technical education. I obtained a Secret Security clearance in order to perform my job on a Navy contract.
Digital Operations Manager (Former Employee) – Maitland, FL – June 7, 2017
Be careful when signing on with them, they have had major issues with Payroll and Exec Management in the past and are ill equip to handle business lines in which they haven't started from the ground up. They are slow to transition and often times are very negative towards staff in business units when issues arise (regardless of who is at fault). While individual managers and work groups are usually great, I had little confidence in the Corporation's ability to conduct business.
Archaeologist (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – May 31, 2017
You travel frequently on short notice with limited to no knowledge of how long you will be gone. You learn on the job, the knowledge you obtain from this staff is impressive and will make you more valuable. The most difficult part of this job is the inconsistency of work with no set schedule, you must be adaptable. The best part of this job are the people and traveling.
Tetra was a good place to work it's not their fault that the oil is up and down.I enjoyed working for all of the managers there, it was a great experience for me.The equipment and living quarters which was provided were, for the most part, was clean and nice.If anybody has a chance to work for Tetra take it. Good Pay!
Project Executive (Former Employee) – Alexandria, VA – May 7, 2017
A good place to work with a mostly congenial office atmosphere. Igt was on the rail line so I was often able to take the train to the office. When I needed to go into the field for inspections or to meet with clients, I has a company vehicle to use.