Assistant Resident Engineer (Former Employee) – Abu Dhabi, AE – April 24, 2017
It was an excellent experience to work with AECOM, although it was a project based job and I had to leave the company because of limited contract. I would like to join AECOM again if I get an opportunity.
Senior Architect (Former Employee) – Abu Dhabi, AE – April 16, 2017
High demand of work and precision. Learnt a lot about human interaction with co-workers. Learnt a lot of technical work through supervision and shop drawings. The hardest part of the job was long hours of hard physical and mental work.
Head of Architecture (Former Employee) – Abu Dhabi, AE – March 7, 2017
I liked it there but they require you to retire the year you turn 65. If you've been there for a while, they keep you on until the month before you turn 66. If you're essential to a project or are key to keeping clients, they'll hire you as a consultant for another two to three years.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Qatar – December 26, 2016
Working with AECOM has brought a deeper understanding of the Engineering industry. I have gained a variety of experiences and have discovered and developed my capabilities. Working with different business lines' projects has given me a diverse experience when it comes to providing efficient delivery and performance to the Client. AECOM is one of the most trusted and leading Engineering Consultancy Firm in the whole world and working for this kind of company brings an outstanding experience.
Finance Supervisor (Former Employee) – Dubai, DU – September 1, 2015
Where do I start, I worked on a large DOD project for AECOM. The management was the least qualified and least educated I have ever seen. The management are "good ole boys" where fraud and nepotism rule the day. The job paid low as compared to the rest of the industry and the management blew many opportunities.