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30+ days ago

Proposal Manager

ERM Annapolis, MD

Position Expectations •Support marketing and business development activities, from client and opportunity research to pursuit management and… TheLadders.com

6 days ago

Landscape Maintenance Crew Leader

Environmental Management Columbus, OH

With the guidance of the Operations Manager/Field Service manager oversees the efficient operation of site maintenance while operating within EMI… Environmental Management

6 days ago

Commercial Landscape Sales Representative

Environmental Management Columbus, OH

Seeking new business opportunities through prospecting and networking Research, identify and deliver profitable business opportunities with new and… Environmental Management

6 days ago

Customer Service Receptionist

Environmental Management Columbus, OH

This person will be responsible for answering the phones and being the first point of contact for our customers. Greet customers and vendors as they… Environmental Management

20 days ago

Electrical Journeyman and apprentice -$40-$50 an hour!

Rocky Mountain Denver, CO

Electrical Journeyman and apprenticewanted. Fast paced, positive work environment. Please send resume. We look forward to speaking with… Rocky Mountain

20 days ago

Electrical Foreman- $40-$50 an hour

Rocky Mountain Denver, CO

Electrical Foreman wanted. Fast paced, positive work environment. $40-$50 an hour. Please send resume. We look forwared to speaking with… Rocky Mountain

30+ days ago

Senior/Principal Technical Risk Consultant

ERM Seoul, NA

INCLUDE: Provide technical expertise to Risk and Safety projects Provide technical mentoring to team members Ensure projects are planned and… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Social Partner, Impact Assessment and Planning

ERM Johannesburg, NA

ERM is looking for a Partner to build new client relationships in addition to leading delivery on current projects whilst maintaining overall… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Environmental Due Diligence / EHS Director

ERM Yokohama, NA

ERM has experienced strong growth both globally and in the Asia Pacific region over the past five years and is now in a position to leverage that… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Consultant: Environmental Due Diligence/EHS

ERM Singapore, NA

Conduct environmental due diligence projectsComplete site visits and field work associated with due diligence, compliance auditing, and site… Ivy Exec

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    The Life of a Consultant Isn't For Everyone

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    I have been working at Environmental Resources Management full-time (more than 3 years)


    ERM is very people-centric and invests heavily in training. It conducts annual engagement surveys on which it achieves high scores compared to other companies. There is a clear (albeit not an easy) path to partnership for those associates wishing to put in the time and effort to be promoted. ERM has a substantial effort to fund and support environmental and sustainability causes, and tracks its carbon footprint so that it can set targets for reducing it. ERM attracts some of the most intelligent, highly accomplished people in the industry and affords its people the opportunity to work on challenging and interesting (sometimes even fun) projects. While it has over 140 offices in 41 countries there is a strong sense of community between locations. Employees are encouraged to work remotely and are provided the tools and resources they need to do so effectively.


    Working as a consultant involves long hours and extensive travel and that life can be difficult for some. ERM's history of growth by acquisition has created some disgruntled legacy employees who can be difficult to get along with ("life was perfect before ERM bought out Joe's Consulting Shack). The lack of direction and feedback from leadership and frustrating because your boss may be located in another State or constantly on the road. As others have mentioned, billability is a primary concern and as consultants are typically overtime exempt employees, those who choose this life and expect extra compensation for working long hours are likely to be disappointed.

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    There should be more of an effort to connect associates to peers. ERM works hard, but needs to play hard too. Weed out the legacy employees who constantly whine that things were better before ERM. Greater collaboration across offices and business units should be encouraged.

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