Jacobs Jobs & Careers in Croydon, PA

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30+ days ago

Project Director - Interiors

KlingStubbins Philadelphia, PA

• Responsible for the vision and direction of the Interiors Studio • Direct the efforts of Business Development/Public Relations for the Interiors… KlingStubbins

30+ days ago

Senior Marketing Coordinator

KlingStubbins Philadelphia, PA

• Organize proposal/project preparation by establishing, monitoring, and maintaining schedule of tasks from initial strategy through project… KlingStubbins

30+ days ago

Senior Electrical Engineer

KlingStubbins Philadelphia, PA

We are seeking an ambitious self-starter who can hit the ground running, taking ownership for electrical design of projects and collaborating with… KlingStubbins

30+ days ago

Associate Engineer, Electrical

KlingStubbins Philadelphia, PA

• Assist Electrical Engineer as assigned. • Responsible for the preparation of calculations and design sketches to be used by the designers… KlingStubbins

30+ days ago

Design Lead - Interiors

KlingStubbins Philadelphia, PA

The Interior Design Lead will be responsible for managing the creative direction and design of integrated architecture and stand-alone interiors… KlingStubbins

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Jacobs President, CEO, and Director Craig L. Martin
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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Cheadle, North West England, England
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Cheadle, North West England, England

    I have been working at Jacobs as a contractor (less than a year)


    Smart building. IT infrastructure is stable. Jacobs pursue a safe working environment which has an indirect effect of polite etiquette.


    Jacobs is posing as a project management company. The engineering basics of clash management is not being carried out. Pursuit of profit at the expense of quality. Project direction is inconsistent. Quality procedures not carried out and out of sync with subcontractors.

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    Encourage respectful, proactive collaborative team working incentives. Avoid knee-jerk reaction to project failure. Follow basic project management procedures to maintain existing customers. Do not start construction below 65% design completion.

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