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great working for
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee), AfganistanAugust 19, 2014
good working conditions, great people to work for. The work was fun and the people were great people to be a round. The work was with the IED defeat program. We saved a lot of U.S. lives, glad to have served
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Life Long Friends
Computer Specialist 2 (Current Employee), Fort Sill, OKAugust 18, 2014
Pros: great benefits
Cons: lots of hurry up and wait.
You will go through thick and thin with everyone around you. You truly find out who your friends are when you join the military.
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Great company to work for
Systems Engineer (Current Employee), Wright-Patterson AFB, OHAugust 13, 2014
ManTech International is a good company to work for. The salary range and benefits packages are wonderful.
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Work on Client Site so not much involvement with corporate office - a good thing
PROGRAM DIRECTOR - U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT (Current Employee), Springfield, VAAugust 12, 2014
Good benefits, try to maintain employees, has a decent in house job search.
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Good luck doing contract work for them.
Itsec Analyst (Former Employee), Washington DCAugust 12, 2014
This company failed to tell myself and my coworkers they were going to lay us off until two weeks before it happened. They knew the contract was ending months ahead of time yet failed to mention it. No separation pay, no warning. Oh, did I mention it was two weeks before Xmas?
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A great company to work.
Software Engineer (Current Employee), Fort Bragg, NCAugust 11, 2014
A typical position in the IT field. More information is available upon request.
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A fine company to work for
Electronics Technician (Current Employee), AfghanistanAugust 9, 2014
Well managed company
Good pay
Good benefits
Good opportunity
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Great Company To Work For
Lead Heavy Wheel Mechanic (Current Employee), Bagram, AfghanistanAugust 8, 2014
Mantech is very respectful of their emplyees and provide a safe, and enjoyable working atmosphere.
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Great company with benefits
Government Property Administrator (Current Employee), Fort Huachuca, AZAugust 8, 2014
Love the fact that they provide tuition reimbursement
Makes me feel that I am part of family
Encourage employees to excel in college and work in order to move into a better position
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Good experience
Quality Assurance Analyst (Former Employee), Chantilly, VAAugust 5, 2014
Good team work with great people. Good management with proper guidelines and expectations
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Great Place to work
CMMI Team Leader (Current Employee), APG, MDAugust 5, 2014
Mantech is a great place to work that treats its employees with respect.
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Deployed work environment
Biometrics Field Service Engineer (Current Employee), AfghanistanAugust 4, 2014
Pros: free lunches
Cons: deployed
Good team mates.
Good salary.
Cross training in other to support the biometrics mission in Afghanistan was excellent.
Not enough vacation time.
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Large government contract. Good job.
Electronics Technician II (Former Employee), Patuxent River, MDJuly 31, 2014
Pros: profesional environment and co workers
The most enjoyable part of the job was working in and around one of the worlds most advanced aircraft. The hardest part . My co workers were respectful, professional,seasoned and easy to work with. Management was good, but overwhelmed and overburdened. they where expected to reach milestones that where not realistic at the pace that the test program – more... was moving, operationaly and logistictly. I learned how to correctly monitor and document, step by step maintenance practices on a state of the art aircraft and its systems in developemental and operational testing. Proof read new technical publications, maintenance manuals and other related materials. learned the value of teamwork. Coordinated with the appropriate Government personnel to have the correct changes made to these documents if discrepencies where found in the manuals or in the maintenance action its self. Learned to search for certain maintenance action forms(MAF's) on the NAVY's computer based maintenance documentation platform(NALCOMIS) and upload to the new Reliability and Maintainability(R&M) metrics database to address any issues with any system or component that had fault codes. We'd coordinate with the customer and the appropriate contractor engineer's, SME's and maintenance personnel on the appropriate action to take. A typical day at the hanger was usualy 0600 - ,1430. Half hour lunch. Attended maintenance control pass down at 0615, went upstairs to the monitor's work area, logged into my computer and monitored NALCOMIS to see the MAF's the contractor was writing up. My two co workers and I would visualy monitor and document the applicable maintenance actions to ensure adherence to the maintenance manuals, technical publications and other applicable data. We where the PMAs on site monitors, Ensuring a cost effective, reliable and easily maintainable product that will be a NAVY workhorse for Decades to come. – less
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Great Company to work for.
Sensors Shift Lead Manager (Former Employee), COB Basra, IraqJuly 29, 2014
Work consists of 12 hour days, 7 days a week.
Learned how to work in hazardous working and living conditions.
Management was wonderful.
The most difficult part of the job is the threat of indirect fire and small arms fire.
The most enjoyable part of the job was the salary.
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work in afghanistan
Heavy Wheel Mechanic/Afghanistan (Former Employee), Fairfax, VAJuly 24, 2014
Cons: war zone
Job was great, benefits were outstanding, 84 hours work week plus up lift in pay average 160,000.00 year.

Excellent place to work.
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Life with the Secrets
Electronics Technician (Former Employee), Iraq & AfghanistanJuly 20, 2014
Pros: no bills, bed, and shower.
Cons: home sick
Each day consisted of checking and maintaining operation of trucks. I managed one man sites and working together in full scale shops and each day was different and each problem was never the same. Many guys were not willing to work in small locations across Afghanistan or Iraq. I enjoyed every minute working 1 on 1 with the military, I learned a lot – more... coming from a small town in Georgia. I really enjoyed the getting the trucks ready for operations, fixing them when the soldiers break something and fixing the problem fast. The long hours that were needed was looked over and never complained about, I knew times like this will happen and there would be down time to make up for time spent or just enough sleep to get back to work. Setting sites up in remote locations and receiving parts was the hardest part of work. For parts it just took for ever, we relied soldiers abilities to move and move safely. Setting up sites was the hardest, you want to be as proficient, customer support, and ready to do whats asked of when times are needed. – less
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Terrible Employer
Senior Biometrics Field Service Engineer (Former Employee), Belcamp, MDJuly 17, 2014
Cons: trouble some company. i wonder how are they survived as defense contracting company.
Work for Mantech only if you want to slender your Career. Management have no clue what so ever and before you know, are terminated without any "GOOD CAUSE OR WITHOUT ANY EXPLANATIONS"
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Well Mantech
Electronic Technician (Current Employee), VirginiaJuly 16, 2014
Pros: pay
Cons: job stability
A typical day at work is a 10 hour day. I can only speak for the INCONUS.
Compensation is very high but being a contractor an a subcontractor you never know when your going to get the axe. Constant paranoia. Never see family but, pay is very good.
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Challenging Environment with room to grow.
Integration/Installation Team Lead (Current Employee), Springfield, VAJuly 15, 2014
Coordinate with post POC for scheduled outages, installation prerequisites, and post/GITM responsibilities before during and after the installation. Research post configuration and prepare a full two week installation plan tailored to the specific requirements of each installation. Manage a small team of 1-5 people during installations and data migration. – more... Installation and configuration of VMware Environments including Virtual Machines, NetApp Storage devices, and ESXi Host servers(v4.1 and v5). Installation and configuration of Domain, Member(File, print etc.), Exchange 2010, and Terminal Servers all with MS Windows Server 2003/2008 R2 in a VMware environment. Installation and configuration of FastBack and SnapProtect Back-up systems. Installation and configuration of Cisco switches to include 2960, 3750 3750G, 3560G, 4506 (Sup6 and Sup7). Installation and configuration of workstations, printers and thin clients. International Travel average 50%. – less
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Fun and enjoyable lots of travling
Mechanical Technician (Former Employee), Chantilly, VAJuly 14, 2014
Pros: the compensation
Cons: living conditions
Work day starts at 5:00 am putting in 12 hr shifts 7 days a week. learned alot about vhehical repair and military govt. operations.my coworkers were very good guys dependable team players. The hardest part of the job was being overseas away from family. The best part was to see and experiance the afghan culture.

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