Billing Specialist (Current Employee) – Reston, VA – November 12, 2013
This company allows you to maintain a healthy work and family balance. They are flexible when family issues arise and allow you to maintain hours by offering the option to telecommute on an as needed basis.
Construction Project Officer (Former Employee) – New York, NY 10119 – May 15, 2018
I enjoyed working for WSP & will recommend the company to my friends. I worked from 8 to 10 hours per day. I learned how manage new school buildings construction. I worked in great workplace culture. Achieve Temporary Certificate of Occupancy prior to school opening. Watching little kids entering the new school building for the first time.
Review Specialist (Former Employee) – Winchester, VA – May 14, 2018
Typical day is fast paced, you are taking information via phone and PC. Must be able to Multi-task, speak and write clearly and take orders without hesitation. Must be willing to come to work on a 24 hr notice or less at times. Emergency Management Services is high demand when disaster strikes. Management is fair and always willing to help out as needed.
Inspector (Current Employee) – Winchester, VA 22602 – April 30, 2018
this job is extremely good and satisfying with your duties, but for me the work hours were too much and the stress level was to high. Also i was still in school and could not balance both of them and my transportation vas a big issued for me at the moment.
This job is contracted and is a call out status due to a natural disaster. The area must be deemed a State of Emergency by the President and the Governor in order for WSP to be called upon. Then adjusters are deployed to certain disaster areas.
Great work experience and the ablity to help people.
Need to pay your living expenses a head of time. And then be reimbursed.
Senior Project Manager (Current Employee) – Ephrata, PA – March 17, 2018
Enjoying my time here, projects are great and CIO is supportive. IT PMO processes very strong. Co-workers excellent and intelligent. Pay is good, so are benefits. Fast paced environment with average pressure.
Home Inspector (Current Employee) – Texas and Florida – March 13, 2018
There are a lot of hours required on this job, we typically work 7 days a week over 60-70 hours, there is no work/life balance, good pay but extremely slow on expense and per diem reimbursements. The opportunity is an intermittent opportunity, depending on what job you have, management seems overwhelmed and field training is minimal but classroom training was quick but extensive- lots of testing required and you must pass to remain with the company. However, the job was very rewarding because you meet great people and if you have the heart and love helping people who have experienced probably the most devastating thing in their life, having lost their homes due to disaster.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Winchester, VA – March 12, 2018
an excellent place to learn new branches in life and have new experience Very Good Partner and supervisors and manager. Wsp is a very large company with good benefits. I only have 7 months as an employee and I can not say anything negative about this company.
This was the best suited work for me. I felt they expected employees to do their homework and learn the job without, having to hold the hands of people looking to make a quick buck.
Some may have felt more supervision was required; I don't agree as I believe employees need to explore job requirements before, during and after employed. Employees need to learn to be self-sufficient in a job related to human tragedy and natural disasters.
The long term folks at this company were some of the most out- standing people I'd had the pleasure to meet. Unsong heroes.