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Job Satisfaction at AECOM
- Average rating for Job Satisfaction, based on 60 reviews8.1 / 10
Please comment on your role and day-to-day responsibilities.
My role involves a mixture of delivering technical acoustic project, managing multi-disciplinary projects, business development and bidding.
Lead design team and responsible for project delivery
Carryout design work and provide technical support to clients
Autonomy to prove and build the capability.
Structural design of iconic buildings, liaising with builders, architects and clients
Design team lead
Engineering design, some project management, working with great supervisors
Civil engineering design work
It varies depending on the project you are involve
I am given very interesting design work. Of course there are some jobs that are mind-numbing and repetitive but I'm sure that you find that everywhere.
Lots of meaningful work with high responsibility
Given a great deal of responsibility from day one, including communications with clients
Assigned to a project, daily routine varies depending on stage of project.
Pricing and bidding on work, engineering design, project management. Great exposure to every different element of an engineering project.
Rotation of roles throughout the team, resulting in exposure to various tasks and responsibilities
Varies day-to-day, currently developing project front-end loading documentation, speaking with clients and contractors
Responsible for overseeing designs, involved in strategic thinking and business development
My day usually consists of writing environmental assessments using desktop investigations and technical reports undertaken by others, but can also include meetings with clients, site visits and project management.
The answer to this question may only reflect my current state of roles and responsibilities and may not reflect the overall expectation of the role this year. So far responsibilities have been pretty standard and not challenging as you find yourself willing to step up.
Managing client technical requirements under their contract between them and the builder of their major infrastructure project.
Involved in site strategy and execution of field works.
Site Investigations Design Helping organise bids Desktop studies Organising subbies for site work Report Writing Spreadsheets
Project management and admin
Responsible for working on a variety of project and ensuring that I complete them with a high quality of work.
I enjoy the responsibility given to me around major projects. Can often be frustrated by inability to move items along.
I partake in soil and groundwater field work and also office based report writing and data logging
My current role involves a lot of field based work and travel. I usually work alone and organise my workload and regularly engage with clients.
I support Project Managers with managing teams, budgets, design and clients. I also perform technical work such as traffic assessments, flood studies and floodplain upgrades. I assist with writing bids for small to medium-sized projects. I collaborate with our offices across Australia to draw on more experienced technical staff to solve challenges.
I assist my team on urban development projects by managing and arranging site visits, managing stakeholder information in a database, managing project inboxes and telephone lines, writing communications material and organising events.
Reporting on noise and vibration monitoring at multiple sites. Modelling acoustic resistance of window frames
I feel I am making a difference and progressing my career