Custodian (Former Employee), Chantilly, VA – July 15, 2012
Pros: have breaks
Cons: no benefits
The job seemed very intuitive because of constant monitoring under uncleared personnel in the cleared building. The day at work is mostly making sure that none of the uncleared personnel strayed away from their duties. I learned to be more assertiveness and patience on the job. I didn't have that many co-workers but I couldn't really socialize in this – more... particular job. The hardest part is making sure the uncleared personnel has everything with them and the long hours. The good part about the job is that you learn to work hands on but also have the patience for the uncleared personnel and teaches you how to have strong presence around people. – less
Project Coordinator & Business Analyst flexible environment
Project Coordinator - Financial Banking Entity (Former Employee), Hawaii, Tucson, and Phoenix – July 22, 2014
Pros: meeting people and learning new systems and management styles
Cons: adapt to global time zones and long hours
Project Lead/Coordinator/BA: worked as a contractor worked on mid-size projects that varied in assignment such as technical support, QA specialist, and business analyst type work. Learned new things every day and met people with great knowledge. Worked with higher, mid-management, technical resources and direct customers. The hardest part of the job – more... was working with tight project deadlines and ensuring communication was at a level of understanding. The most enjoyable was the working environment was flexible and fun meeting people who worked hard; team working environment. – less
Cons: disorganized, no performance plans or reviews
People are not sure who my boss is or what I should be doing. This is no surprise since I have not received one review when I should have gotten a mid-year, an annual and another mid-year by now. I did not set goals and did not get any expectations when I started or at the beginning of the year. Ironically, on every corporate phone call they emphasize – more... having goals, expectations and feedback mechanisms on performance. Also, you get 15 days off total. Most companies start with at least 20. – less
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Senior Business Analyst (Former Employee), Orlando, FL – April 16, 2014
Pros: the company heavily invests in learning, after hour opportunities for fun and networking, strong support from leadership and team mates
Ciber, Inc. is a spectacular organization and this is in comparison to the likes of IBM, Deloitte Consulting and Hewlett-Packard - all of who I have worked for. If you are looking for excellent leadership, a great work experience, terrific compensation and lots of tools for learning and growth then Ciber is the company to work with. Only the best work – more... at Ciber. – less
Can't say anything good about the company. May be because they did no hire me for long time. Specifically to the point of ratings. The job culture is absent, just a sweatshop they would bring bunch of people cramp them in one conference room and have them support critical customer application 24/7. Management - bunch with no vision or expertise all – more... they do is bringing in service contracts but can't deliver promised services and then customers trying to get what have been promised. That is all. – less
Went through too many re-orgs to be viable and productive.
Project Administrator Specialist (Former Employee), Harrisburg, PA – February 10, 2014
CIBER, Inc. went through three re-organizations in three years, with changes that did not have enough time to determine if they were viable and/or productive. As a result, over 900 people were laid off and new business was not received.
Programmer/Analyst (Former Employee), Dearborn MI – December 22, 2013
This is a contracting company, I was contracted to one of the 'Big Three's ' IT department. The account managers at CIBER were friendly, open to discussion, and did reward the consultants with holiday parties. I would work for them again.