Environmental Consultant (Current Employee) – Herndon, VA – July 20, 2017
My time with WSP as an environmental consultant has been very rewarding. As long as an employee is eager to learn, management will provide opportunities for someone to succeed. The most difficult part about this job is the travel, as it can be sudden, without warning, and lengthy. The ability to work on complex jobs has provided me with valuable skills and insight in my field.
FEMA Housing Inspector II (Current Employee) – Winchester, VA – October 9, 2018
This is a wonderful and rewarding place to work. It would be really nice if it were a full time position. The staff is really awesome and the pay is rewarding. I afford you the ability to travel and help others.
Environmental Planning Intern (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – September 15, 2018
I had the chance to be involved in a mega transportation project and gain experience in the environmental services field. I learned more about environmental regulations and mitigation measures applied in the project regarding environmental compliances.
FEMA HOUSING INSPECTOR (Former Employee) – Houston and Miami, FL – August 31, 2018
It was rewarding helping people in need. The most stressful experience working for WSP was their accounting methods. My first supervisor was extremely rude but the later supervisor was the complete opposite. Overall, it was a very good experience. The work day was very long. The inspection process was well designed to be efficient without complications.
Travel destinations were well coordinated.
You had to pay for your meals, transportation and hotel in advance.
All my coworkers were great people and my managers were never pushy or rude. I was given a reasonable amount of work. Days off were almost always approved. The office is relaxed. As long as you get your work done, management is relaxed with your in-office hours.
HOUSING INSPECTOR (Former Employee) – Winchester, VA – April 20, 2018
able to work alone, self motivated, worked my own schedule. meet incredible people that have had some damages to their homes. very rewarding work, people appreciate the work you do. travel to different parts of the country.
CSR - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Aurora, CO – April 12, 2018
So i literally see a bunch of managers with no management ability or decision making that likes to jump over each other. No development and they made it where you get no more if you hit metric but get demoted if you do not. Imagine working your tail off being proud of getting a raise and then getting it taken away.
My coworkers cool people
Lack of opportunity, if this job was union this company would be bankrupt in lawsuits
Client Support Services (Current Employee) – New York, NY – February 20, 2018
I learned a lot from working at WSP. I did help desk and desktop support. Setup and image computers for current users and new hires. Troubleshoot hardware and software. Prepare and setup conference room for meetings.
FEMA contracted inspector (Former Employee) – Puerto Rico – January 31, 2018
had to make calls to set up appointments for the inspections and the i had to go to the inspections and send out the report on the inspection. you make your own itinerary and work at your own pace, and the pay was great.
FEMA Contractor (Current Employee) – Winchester, VA – January 14, 2018
WSP is a great place to learn new skills, work hard, and meet great people. It is an opportunity to be a part of helping to ensure people who have sometimes lost everything are able to get the help they need.
Must be focused and willing to work 110% all the time