Project Billing Specialist (Current Employee) – Glen Allen, VA – March 20, 2019
This is temp position I have been working here for almost 6 months. The training isn't the best and the position was not described to me correctly, but i trained and am doing what I can. If you like billing it's a good job. Though, ever Project Manager bills differently.
GROUND WATER OPERATOR (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – March 18, 2019
You can learn alot and grow with the company if you are interested. The only downside i didn't like is, there can be alot of traveling away from family so if you are a road warrior then it can work for u.
Carpenter (Current Employee) – OCONUS – March 16, 2019
While on a project, work was 10 hours a day and 7 days per week. Long term projects (year or more) were 90 days on and 2 weeks off at home. Work schedule for short term projects were dependent on the individual contract. Always treated well and no issues with management.
Project Manager/Consultant (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – March 12, 2019
Company did not provide resources to successfully and efficiently complete work. Mentors were basically nonexistent. The project management tools were geared towards bigger $1M+ projects and not useful for programs working on smaller projects. Overall not a good environment.
AECOM is under bidding all other contractors and they’re affiliated with CLAC wanna be union. Supervisors are friends of friends and CLAC is the same. CLAC representatives only show up when someone is being terminated and they’re also friends of friends. Fair wage but terrible at making you whole when hours are missed. I truly wish the company would crumble so another non-union company can come in and treat employees better. Overtime pay is a joke!
Now I know its not the same everywhere but at the Wamego, KS site Management was the best I've found anywhere else. There was pressure to get things done like anywhere else but I found the work environment pushed more for getting the job done right and safe rather than RIGHT NOW as some industrial places have regardless of the "safety first" culture which gets pushed to the background. I never thought my job was in jeopardy so long as your doing the right thing and not trying to cut corners. Pay was decent benefits were average. Some of the higher techs should really be paid more.