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
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.
Senior Business Analyst - Ford Motor Company (Former Employee), Dearborn, MI – December 16, 2013
Ciber is not a company I would recommend for employment. They take a large percentage of your billing rate and they will release you as soon as your project is completed. They don't provide you with bench work while looking for a new project.
Sr. Consultant (Former Employee), Newark, DE – December 11, 2013
Benefits were good and fairly inexpensive. The HR division was responsive and there was never a problem with the paychecks. The staffing at the site was inclusive and connected - there was a sense of fellowship and support at the worksite.
A good place to work with a diverse mix of employees
Senior Collections Specialist/Credit Analyst (Former Employee), Greenwood Village, CO – October 17, 2013
Successful customer driven professional with a wealth of experience in the areas of commercial credit collections, customer service, retail management, and mortgage loan processing. Skilled relationship builder able to establish rapport, trust, and respect with customers, and co-workers. A reliable problem solver, and an effective communicator, well – more... equipped to perform in diverse work environments, adapt to new procedures, and contribute to the bottom line. – less
worked for CIBER, Diverse Technologies and IBM as aBusiness Analyst/Systems Analyst/Project Manager
Systems/Business Analyst (Former Employee), Mechanicsburg, PA – September 30, 2013
Pros: training provided/opportunity for growth
Cons: contract work expires with project deadlines
Worked with Federal and State employees to analyze their business function and develop at software and hardware plan. Lead a team of software developers and analysts on multi-year contracts. Provided training to IBM employees and federal/state employees.
Administrative Assistant, Transmission Engineering (Former Employee), Vancouver, WA – September 20, 2013
Pros: good benefits
Cons: everything about the people who work for them
Worked through them on a government contract and the person assigned to me was a liar! She would say anything to protect herself. Then upon reporting it the HR department became aggressive and belittled me.