Information Security Engineer (Current Employee), Chantilly, VA – July 18, 2012
Pros: excellent team lead and rewarding environment
Cons: needed more resources
I was able to pick up and learn a lot about Information Security. We used EPO orchestra to distribute our Anti Virus software weekly to over 80 sites worldwide. I learned basic functions of the Unix operating system. I completed weekly audits using loglogic and backed up security audits. My manager was very good in helping us learn how to use group – more... policy management. – less
CSC to start with was a good company, a typical day at work is a queue full of IMAC/ODBC calls. Allot of physical labor was involved with this job, with is not a bad thinkg as i was able to keep myself in shape while working. The management at first was top notch, then our manager quit, and another one came in and he changes the whole spectrum and outlook – more... of all the desktop techs that were in my group. Very condedending to my team members and myself. Hardest part of the job was the daily physical labor involved in moving maci=hines around all dy long installs, moves etc. MOst enjoyable part of the job was helping teh people I served during my duties on a daily basis. – less
Service Delivery Manager (Current Employee), Noida – May 22, 2014
Overall having good experience here . I am enjoying my role.
A typical day starts and ends with actions on daily pending items including followup meetings . Further during the day , try to find out the time to have discussion with some of the teams on improvement areas/proactive actions which can be taken to ensure the operation and financial health – more... of the account. Similarly , have weekly/monthly meetings with client to ensure that we keep him updated about services being delivered and what all value additions have been done or being planned to ensure customer delight. – less
Sr. Consultant - Enterprise Package Solutions (Former Employee), India – December 5, 2013
Experience - Success Factor implementations, Cloud computing, Nakisa, Hana, Personas, HTML 5 along with the main SAP HCM sub modules like Talent Management, Learning Solutions (LSO), ECM, OM, PA, ESS and MSS.
I worked as a Government Contractor in Afghanistan working closely with the Afghan National Army (ANA) mentoring them the techniques of radio maintenance operations. The job was really interesting and exciting work. I enjoy raining and assisting people so this was the perfect job placement for me. I had great co workers and an awesome management team. – more... The hardest part about that job was being away from my family. – less
Office Manager (Former Employee), Merrifield, VA – November 24, 2013
Pros: pleasant working environment
Cons: being outside of the commute range.
A typical day at work - Security what you learned - ITIL management - thorough/available your co-workers - proactive the hardest part of the job - being promoted to a distant location the most enjoyable part of the job - People
Financial Analyst (Former Employee), East Hartford, CT – November 19, 2013
Pros: good benefits, outstanding employees
Cons: reorganizations, job security
Work days included providing information to fellow employees, approving invoices and purchase orders, updating revenue and expense forecast and completing various assigned tasks. I learned how to use the various computer programs such as SAP and SRM. I became more proficient at MS Excel. Mangers to whom I reported were all supportive and approachable. – more... The co-workers were outstanding people professionally and personally. I was very fortunate in that regard. The most challenging part of the job was the tight time frames at month end. The most enjoyable part of the job the ability to work independently. – less
Senior Systems Admin (Current Employee), Yokosuka Japan – October 29, 2013
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