CADD Tech (Current Employee), Denver, CO – September 25, 2013
The dysfunction within the Survey department is awful. People quitting at a rate of 1 per month. Mid-level managers trying to climb the corporate ladder make life miserable for everyone. No one trusts the management.
At a typical day of work I shadowed various engineers and learned their responsibilities. I also learned basic communications skills that are necessary when working in a professional setting. The hardest part of my job was retaining all of the information that was being told to me but I found different ways to deal with this problem that proved to be – more... successful. The most enjoyable part of my job was interacting with my coworkers and learning the responsiblilties of a mechanical engineer. – less
Good people, flexible, but demanding as their operations were worldwide.ide
Risk Manager (Former Employee), Houston, TX – September 17, 2013
Cons: benefits program
Arrived between 5 and 5:30 am, worked on a variety of Risk Management related duties, including Mergers and Acquisitions team member.
I learn many things including a variety of insurance coverage's which included Employment Practices Liability, OCCIP's and CCIP's and ensured Jacobs was in compliance with MMSEA Section 111 of the Medicare, Medicaid, – more... and SCHIP Extension Act of 2007. . Must enjoyable part of my job was the daily challenges. – less
IT Lead CBWTU-AL (Current Employee), Huntsville Al – September 4, 2013
Pros: working in a medical facility
Cons: no cons
Jacobs and SAIC are two of the best employers I've ever worked for outside of DOD. As a Desktop Support tech. I could be working in one of four buildings. Supporting medical personnel that are doctors to vet specialist. I manage my own time and jobs. I have one of the best DST coworkers I've ever worked with; she is smart and very supportive. There – more... is no hard part of this job. I look at my job as an enjoyment rather than a nine to five. – less
Site Quality Control Manager (Current Employee), Capenhurst, ENG – September 2, 2013
A typical day started at 7am and ended at 6pm; throughout that day I managed the quality control of the projects going out on the building site. My co-workers were all professional and very knowledgeable.