Mechanical Technician (Former Employee) – Herndon, VA – 15 June 2017
Good work environment. Can work at own pace for the most part. Salary is as described during on board process. Difficult to get a job stateside as majority or jobs are located outside the continental United States.
Engineer, Training (Current Employee) – Hinton, WV – 22 June 2017
Overall I have been with ManTech International for 17 years. The company has provided me with some job growth. They have been able to move me to various government contracts keeping me employed which is not the norm in government contracting.
Junior Recruiter (Intern) (Current Employee) – Dahlgren, VA 22448 – 14 June 2017
Typical day at work is focused on doing and job well done and completing your tasks for the day. I have learned computer applications, how to negotiate, and how to be a team player. The management is wonderful. They are responsive; and understanding when it comes to life. The culture is relaxed but dedicated to completing tasks.
Senior System Analyst (Current Employee) – Indian Head, MD – 7 June 2017
A fine company to work for, no different than any other government contractor. As an off-site worker we are out of sight, out of mind which isn't necessarily bad. However once a contract ends you are on your own, again no different form any other company I have been with.
In-house training opportunities, culture is good for cutomers
SENIOR TECHNICAL WRITER (Current Employee) – Herndon, VA – 1 June 2017
ManTech is a difficult place to work. Lack of managerial direction; no opportunity for growth and learning. Lacking in training initiatives. Ineffective lines of communication from management and across project teams.
Great place to work, great environment, Work Life Balance
Sr. Test Engineer (Current Employee) – Herndon, VA – 31 May 2017
I have no complaints working for ManTech. My personal experience has been great. The program I am on has great people who are not only smart, but are genuinely nice human beings. I'd recommend anyone to ManTech without hesitation.
Senior Systems Analyst (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – 30 May 2017
Started working for them when I was on terminal leave prior to retiring from the Marines. Because I staid on the same project I was working on as an active duty Marines it was easy to transition into the civilian world.