AECOM Careers and Employment
- CEOMichael S. Burke
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenuemore than $10B (NZD)
- IndustryConstruction & Facilities Services
Piping and Mechanical engineer/Designer in Stl
on 27 August 2019
Great place for professionals
Strong management system. Nice and comfortable professional working environment. They treat employees the same regardless of gender, Race,.... Upon termination, they normally give 2 weeks notice and assist employees to search and find other jobs.
Civil Engineer in Auckland CBD, Auckland
on 14 June 2017
Low Job Security
Flexibility is good, but I have found that with staff turnover I have had to work regular long hours to meet project deadlines. Career advancement and training are somewhat lacking – just seems to be a heads down get on with project mentality and no encouragement to attend conferences. Generally I have found there to be a distinct lack of career progression. People are promoted, but no clear reason why – an air of the old boys club seems to exist. It has taken a lot of chasing to find out how to progress. The end of year rating systems seems to me to be set up to keep pay rises at minimum. Salaries tend to be low to mid-range, but the benefits package is good, just that they don’t pay the bills. There are pockets of good people if you can get time with them (i.e. you have a code to allow them to charge their time to). Interesting projects and good access to opportunities to work in other offices overseas.
Electrical Inspector in TALEX Project
on 26 September 2015
AECOM Middle East Limited is a good company to work in. Management is of the best in the UAE
AECOM Middle East Limited as a Design and construction consultant is one of the most Known and prestigious company in UAE because of their multi-cultured good management.
Senior CAD Technician - Transport in Auckland, NZ
on 22 April 2015
Flexible but lacked job advancement and suitable pay advancement
Liked the people and the flexibility in work hours once trust was gained. IE work late one night, leave early on Friday. Or take long lunches when work is light but put in extra hours when work is flat out... Had to hunt out the people willing to help with career advancement though and have been minimal payrises in the last 4 years. Would like more career guidance and help, lots of co-workers leave in search of a payrise. in NZ engineering currently it seems the only way to gain one is to move firms.
SENIOR ARCHITECT in Christchurch, S
on 27 April 2014
Great team to work with very friendly people
Great opportunity to help out with the re-build in an exciting time for Christchurch
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