PBX Operator/Receptionist (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – 17 March 2018
* interacting with engineers * copy disks * all but the personal was great. * friendly and supportive * keeping my mouth shut, while I was being blamed for something I did not do. * meeting new people from around the world
Meeting new people
Doing personal work due to they did not like doing the work but took the credit
Configuration Management / Requirements Engineer (Current Employee) – Bellevue, NE – 6 March 2018
Government Contractor support major command systems development and delivery. Provided the organization with Configuration Management Engineering expertise as well as Requirement Engineering processes.
Logistics Analyst (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – 13 February 2018
Slightly dysfunctional management structure. Very top heavy. After HTSI sale to KBRwyle there was a lot of confusion across the board. Policies are slowly transitioning to KBRwyle away from a Honeywell mindset.
E3 Technician (Current Employee) – Maryland – 12 February 2018
Title says it all. The only reason anyone would leave is the pay is absurdly low in comparison to other job titles. My current role is of about 3 different jobs in one and I'm comparably underpaid for either one of those roles.
Communication Assistant (Former Employee) – Lexington Park, MD – 6 February 2018
My time at Wyle was very eye opening in regards to being in a work environment again. I had my own daycare business for many years and it was a transition. I feel that management held me back in my potential and though I have a family reason to leave there I am glad I pursued a new career path and stayed home to care for my father in law.
I enjoyed doing my job of helping repair military equipment and picking up supplies. However; management did not like me due to my father being higher up management and staying on department managers back for being behind in work.