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Arup Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Alan Belfield
  • Founded
    1946
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    500m to 1bn (EUR)
  • Industry
    Management & Consulting

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Mechanical Engineering

3 jobs

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 194 reviews and is evolving.
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Reviews

Project Engineer and Project Manager in Merch in Ballydine, Pfizer OSP4 in Cork, Novartis in Cork
on 7 May 2020
Great place to work
Working with Arup is working within a team. One feels an important team member and Arup have a depth of talent to dealt with any issues that may arise on site or during design phases.
Security Consultant in 182 Fraisers Tower
on 10 December 2019
High pressure environment that demands the best in professionalism team work and client engagement.
Arup is a leading company in design, security and many other sectors. Focused on being a leader of industry by ensuring that every employee is the best in their field of expertise while integrating each profession into successful industries.
Computational Fluid Dynamics Intern in Dublin
on 6 November 2019
Good Place to work
Exciting, fast paced place to work. Wouldn't recommend as a long-term place to work, slow level of progression for staff member. Perfect for an internship.
Project Engineer in Cork
on 4 May 2019
Good place to start and develope skills.
Good place to start your career as their 70-20-10 learning policy will improve your engineering skills through the development of projects (70%), by explanations of colleagues (20%) and by direct training (10%). Usually the working hours are from 9.00 am to 5.30 pm but depending on the deadlines, unpaid overtime may be necessary. I would underline the respect among all colleagues, regardless of the management level. Comparing to competitors salaries in general are too low, and twice a year paid profit share won´t compensate that.
Senior Geotechnical Engineer in Dublin
on 16 April 2019
Interesting work for an ethical company
While often stressful, the work at Arup was almost always rewarding. The work was satisfying, interesting and wide-ranging. Colleagues are almost always excited and interested in what they do. Management take an active interest in your career progression and allow many opportunities for advancement and change. Work-life balance can be difficult to find though. If you are not proactive about setting limits to your time the job can too easily expand to fill the day.

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