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Associate Branch Manager - Engineering

Engineering Economics, Inc. Culver City, CA

Undergeneral direction and minimal supervision, the Associate Branch Manager is responsible for developingbusiness/project opportunities for facility… CareerBuilder


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    Excellent employee staffing with knowledgeable project managers.

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    Former Employee - Project Engineer in San Antonio, TX (US)
    Former Employee - Project Engineer in San Antonio, TX (US)

    I worked at Engineering Economics

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    They had a quarterly bonus program that paid employees if the branch was profitable for the quarter. The project managers gave technicians good support and most employees were extremely competent.

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    Travel was required some of the time. I was fine with this but some people are not.

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    Involve the project managers in the hiring practice. A chief financial officer is not qualified to determine qualifications.

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