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Looking for your next engineering job? Become an AECOM engineer

 June 29, 2022

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To support International Women in Engineering Day (INWED), AECOM recognized the achievements and expertise of its women engineers designing and delivering world-class infrastructure around the globe.


Below we feature some of the impressive female engineering talent working for AECOM and invite you to read their stories and learn more about their work, and of course to consider the wide range of exciting career options available with this prime employer for women. 

Meet AECOM technical director, Rebecca Eyers

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AECOM technical director Rebecca Eyers applies her passion for healthcare to deliver some of the most complex health projects.

Rebecca is passionate about all aspects of healthcare - the planning and design of new facilities to meet increasing healthcare demand, the re-purposing of existing facilities to meet changing needs, and assisting healthcare clients in understanding and managing their assets.

Meet AECOM process engineer, Anna Cleaver

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A former student of AECOM’s Water Academy, Anna Cleaver, inspires wastewater process engineers across the globe.

Market sector leader for wastewater in Ontario Canada, Anna Cleaver is a process engineer who focuses on biological wastewater treatment design and operations. Anna is a former student of AECOM’s Water Academy, a global advanced training program that nurtures and develops emerging water technical leaders at every stage of their career with the company. Anna has taken on the role of co-director of the Water Academy’s Wastewater Treatment: Liquid Stream program and hopes to inspire budding wastewater process engineers across the globe.

Meet AECOM sustainability specialist, Claire Still

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Claire has been supporting private and public sector clients to build, improve, monitor, and evaluate their programs and operations to work towards more sustainable and resilient practices.

Most of Claire’s work focuses on climate change vulnerability and adaptation, environmental justice and community engagement, and environmental, social and governance (ESG) strategy, action planning, and reporting.

Meet AECOM Area Market Sector Leader for Western Canada, Natalie Wilson

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Interesting projects and inspiring people drew AECOM Marketing Sector Leader Natalie Wilson to the water industry.

Based in our Winnipeg office in Manitoba, Canada, Natalie is the Area Market Sector Leader for Western Canada and a process engineer focusing primarily on wastewater treatment. Natalie completed her master’s thesis in civil engineering on deammonification in 2017 while on maternity leave. 

Meet AECOM Associate Vice President, Emily Swearingen

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Emily Swearingen is an associate vice president leading South Carolina’s Transportation Business Line and serves as site leader in Greenville, South Carolina.

Since joining AECOM in 2007, Emily has expanded her experience to managing a wide variety of multimodal transportation projects, as well as port, ITS, fiber and other projects. She focuses on 'hearing' the client and then delivering projects that meet their needs (and budget) and is always up for a challenge. Emily leads her teams following servant leadership, and never minds rolling up her sleeves to get the job done. 

Meet AECOM Director in the Middle East, Cathy Christer

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Cathy Christer is Director of Mechanical, Electrical, and Public Health (MEP) in the Middle East for AECOM. Based in Abu Dhabi, Cathy enjoys the range of opportunities and projects on offer at AECOM.

Cathy is a chartered mechanical building services engineer with over 25 years’ experience in providing MEP consultancy services. She oversees AECOM’s MEP design consultancy services and her team deliver a wide range of exciting projects for clients across the area.

Meet AECOM Associate Director of Sustainability, Sian Willmott

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Sian Willmott recalls sketching buildings from an early age. Now she’s designing them—and with sustainability top of mind.

Sian is an Associate Director for Sustainability and is based in Melbourne, Australia. For over a decade, Sian has worked on many major buildings, precincts and portfolios as a sustainable design consultant, challenging the status quo for initiatives that reduce environmental impact and improve occupant amenity.

Sian works closely with AECOM’s key clients to develop integrated solutions to complex project challenges and contributes to broader industry change through the Property Council of Australia’s Sustainable Development Committee.

Sian is currently working across various technical disciplines to integrate AECOM’s global Sustainable Legacies strategy, across the Buildings and Places business in Australia and New Zealand.

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