AECOM Jobs & Careers in Houston, TX US

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6 days ago

Scientist III, Environmental

AECOM Houston, TX

The selected candidate will need to have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Field assignments may involve travel to remote locations… AECOM


18 days ago

Engineer I

AECOM Houston, TX

The role of Civil Engineer generally includes the following… AECOM


10 days ago

Engineer II, Environmental Engineering

AECOM Houston, TX

The ideal candidate will be self-motivated, and have excellent technical writing and interpersonal communication skills, and be highly client service… AECOM


10 days ago

Senior Field Technician - Environmental Remediation - Oil & Gas

AECOM Houston, TX

• Performs soil, groundwater, surface water, waste, sediment and air sampling • Performs operation and maintenance (O&M) on treatment systems… AECOM


9 days ago

Scientist II - Geology

AECOM Houston, TX

Geologist I – Environmental Remediation – Oil… AECOM


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    Current Employee - Project Manager  in  Houston, TX (US)
    Current Employee - Project Manager in Houston, TX (US)

    I have been working at AECOM full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    The health benefits are amazing.

    Cons

    AECOM recently moved to an open concept office to bolster collaberation amongst teams/business lines. The open concept office is terrible and is distruptive, counterproductive and feels like you are in a call center. AECOM is too internally focused and expects staff to charge clients to review project financials that do not benefit the client but assist regional management in monitoring projects that do not make the unrealistic margins.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Lead by example and be more visible to staff. Since moving to the open concept the management table is virtually empty daily with the exception of about two senior leaders, however management stands by its claim that they benefit and enjoy the open concept.

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