Information Systems Security Officer (ISSO) (Former Employee) – Herndon, VA – 8 August 2017
ManTech is the company that provides the position that you need to get the position at the company that you want. Paid time off is on the low end but hours are very flexible. Management is more about technical knowledge than it is about managing people. In my opinion knowledge in a field does not reflect an individuals leadership abilities.
positions in all 50 states, promote from within, try hard to accommodate transfers
Initially when Mantech Corp won the contract from NewTek it was a rough ride but smoothed out.
System Administrator Associate (Former Employee) – Washington State – 16 August 2017
I/we would arrive at our place of business on JBLM and would review what had been done the day before and what needed to be done to either complete tasks or what new tasks had developed. The Mantech Corp management are very well rounded and truly care for the welfare of their employees. The work place culture is diverse and highly functional, great team spirit.
Willing to allow working from alternate locations if necessary (home).
Unable to maintain a skilled pool of Part Time On Call (PTOC) employees
Intelligence Systems Analyst (Former Employee) – Sierra Vista, AZ – 14 August 2017
The work was interesting. A good group of people to work with. My immediate supervisor was okay. He was able to provide feedback when asked a direct question. The management above him was great. I would definitely work for them again.
Deployment Coordinator/Task Supervisor (Former Employee) – Lorton, VA – 8 August 2017
ManTech values their employees and will work to keep you. If you need a new position, they will help you find it. If you want to move up, they will guide you towards it. I was very impressed with how involved they were in every employees well being and success.
Information Assurance Officer (Current Employee) – Chantilly, VA – 7 August 2017
Overall great company. Willing to go the distance to help you out in any way as an employee. I do Assessment and Authorization and a Senior Information Systems Officer, I work in the ICD 503 RMF process to try to get all assets to step 6 and get it accredited
Security Analyst (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – 28 July 2017
This was one of the best places I ever worked. The people were friendly and knowledgeable and it was a very interactive environment. I spent my time monitoring a network to find possible intrusions. If any intrusions were found I would escalate the issues to the 2nd Tier in the morning before my shift ended. Ticketing systems were used and Netwitness and Tripwire were also used.
Interesting Things to learn; extremely interactive.
Will have to continue to pursue certifications to stay current.
Senior Program Analyst (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – 26 July 2017
I've worked for ManTech for nearly four years, having previously worked for Northrop Grumman and as a federal civilian for the Navy. I can't say enough good things about ManTech leadership, management, organization, support, opportunities, compensation, and work/life balance. My manager is the best I've ever had, hands down. The company doesn't second guess the employees and is very generous with pay and benefits, when the contract allows. Frankly, my healthcare and retirement benefits were a little better with Northrop Grumman, but that was a long time and I suspect they aren't as great now, 10 years later. I'm a happy ManTech employee.
Procurement/Office/Resource Manager (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – 19 July 2017
I was with ManTech International for over 10 years and had a wonderful experience with all the staff and clients. The company allowed me to grow within the company to Procurement Officer. The company is a government contracting company and loss of contracts are always a risk which lead to my lay off. The entire experience may have had very stressful days due to deadlines, however the culture, management and my job was an excellent experience, I learned many new skills and experiences. My job experience allowed me to creative many relationships with the government and outside vendors. This position gave me the opportunity to advance as a direct onsite government contract with The U.S. Dept. of The Army, Night Vision Electronic Sensors Directorate at Fort Belvoir for the next 26 years.
Logistics Analyst (Former Employee) – Fort Richardson, AK – 14 July 2017
This position was on Ft. Richardson, AK working for our U.S. ARMY as a deployment contractor. I would maintain stock and inventory of military equipment for Soldiers while on deployment. The skill base and knowledge obtained through this position, was nothing short of life-changing for me. It was an honor to work with our military. I learned the processes and the hard ships of what it takes for our military to go on deployment. Management was outstanding. I have developed life-long friendships through this company. The hardest part of the job...lives lost. That speaks for itself. The most enjoyable part of this job was being a part of something bigger than myself.
Basic Private Company, Mediocre Benefits, No advancement, Okay first Job
Public Health Analyst (Current Employee) – Silver Spring, MD – 12 July 2017
A very basic private company with mediocre benefits, nothing extra here, low pay compared to companies with similar positions, administration is lacking, no ways to advance - can only recommend as a first job for a few years
Senior Financial Analyst (Current Employee) – Herndon, VA – 10 July 2017
Very much enjoyed working with the Program Team. Developed many life long friendships and it was an very valuable learning experience. However, do not approve of the corporate leadership or the culture that has been created there.
The Workplace is nice, where we can be productive and consult with the team members to achieve the maximum productive output of the work. Coordination between different team members makes the work more productive with maximum output.