Machine Operator (Former Employee), TN – November 11, 2014
Pros: benifits, working with some really cool people
Cons: its not worth it
Highly unsafe, unmotivating, dramatic, hostile work enviroment. No room for advancement. Employees are treated with little to no respect. everything was always broke, and was down for months at a time causeing unsafe short cuts. Managers are liars and cutthroats, have little regard foor there employees. no time at home. was promised raise after 90days – more... never seen it. – less
MS System Center Configuration Manager Engineer (Current Employee), Randolph AFB, TX – October 1, 2014
Air Force isn't looking for what you are as a civilian but what you can be as a person. The Air Force wants the best and they get the best. Come with you game face on and ready to make a positive difference in you life or the life your willing to sacrifice for.
New Equipment Instructor (Former Employee), Prince George, VA – July 17, 2014
Pros: traveling to new places
Cons: this job was under a government contract
My work day would start at 8:00am daily. I would log onto my government laptop and check any emails received while I was logged off. This would include policy changes and any new assignments for travel. The job required 75% travel all over the U.S and overseas. If in the office, class would begin at 9 o'clock and we would go over equipment to be trained – more... on upcoming missions or new equipment. When traveling. we would instruct military personnel on equipment related to soldier protection. My co-workers were exciting to work with. Since 34 out of 36 instructors were retired military, the workday was always exciting and filled with challenges. The hardest part was long stays away from home and the most enjoyable part was giving soldiers the necessary training to survive in combat. – less
Quality Assurance Engineer (Former Employee), Reston VA – July 2, 2014
• Track and provide reports on Traceability metrics (RTM), testing activities including testing results, test case coverage, defect reporting and defect tracking to QA Manager and business owner. • Log, analyze and report test results to development. • Collaborate with developers to ensure all quality standards were implemented. • Test software enhancements – more... and defect fixes for software releases, patches and requirement updates. • Verify and validate that test results support the functional and nonfunctional requirements and are traceable to those requirements – less
Customer Representative (Former Employee), Vestal, NY – July 2, 2014
Pros: health care
Cons: no time to interact with customers
A fast paced environment. You don't get a break in between calls. There is an average handle time, and you're unable to fully assist the customer in the best way possible. Employees are great to work with, there to help with other members.
(AGM) Help Desk Tier II (Former Employee), Sierra Vista – June 4, 2014
Although I worked for NCINC the past 6 years, I Dis-like NCI Information Systems, they are two faced and not loyal to veterans who they employee.
Not only had they laid me off in 2012 as one many retired veteran's ; three months later they stuck me on help desk where I am hearing impaired with service contacted disabilities not to mention I finished – more... my degree over others.
Since being hired I complained, but did my job best I could 2008 - 2013 as noted in all my performance reviews which were positive. I won't know about this one because I was asked to leave, with no documentation in my file.
Because of my termination which was not warranted I will pursue to fix my good name, by talking to Disabled American Veterans Association. – less
Systems Engineer III (Former Employee), San Antonio, TX – May 31, 2014
Pros: there are some nice people within the organization.
Cons: financial issues, management lies. try to pay you hourly even though your salary, . try to make you use your pto or go leave without pay without telling you ahead of time, cannot win any contracts, boys club.
Be very careful of all the positive reviews, they are coming from corporate who watch this. the company is having major financial problems they can't win any contracts. The ssolution always for them is so let's hire another very senior VP and forget about everyone else doing the work. even though your salary employee what they want you to do is it works – more... a little slow on your contract is to go with PTO and if not available to leave without pay and you do not know until you show up for work that day. they hire new program managers who do not know how to be an administrator whatsoever the rank of our don't like them. is a complete boys club. – less