Detachment Manager/ O&M Manager (Former Employee) – Sudan, El Fasher – 14 February 2018
Building of military camps and after completion maintaining the camps, see to it that +- 200 soldiers have food on a daily basis, as well as clean drinking water. Ordering food on a weekly basis due to the fact that camps are build in the desert and no nearby shops are in the vicinity. Getting use to other religions and respecting their believe. The hardest part of the work is working in 38 degrees Celsius up to 52 degrees. Enjoyable part of the work to see 200 satisfied soldiers daily.
Flight home paid by company and you get 18 days leave every 3 months
Employee (Former Employee) – n/a – 26 January 2018
The program had a great work environment it was very fun and enjoyable to work with all those great colleagues for about eight years, the only missing part was that DC office was disconnected from it's regional offices and the last manager assigned to run the program was very poor and had very bad communication, he was continuously forgetting about the work and communications, he was never responsive and had unprofessional attitude, i would say he was a kill switch to the work.
Good salary, free lunch, great work environment
No health insurances, very bad program manager, very bad PMO office, miscommunication, misunderstanding, culture differences between American Nationals and third country nationals, American nationals and local nationals, no vision or mission or values in place
Biometrics Technician (Former Employee) – West Palm Beach, FL – 25 January 2018
I was an on call employee. I loved working with my team and supervisor. As long as you do your duties to the best of your ability, you have absolutely no problems. I met many wonderful people from all around the globe and came into contact with many cultures. I loved my applicants and they loved me. My supervisor worked with me while I was on leave of absence due to a major family illness. I will never forget that. I may re-apply in the future!
Job duties are easy, fun place to work, meet new people
30 mins for lunch, as an on call it is almost impossible to become part time or full time due to seniority
Data Entry Clerk (Office Automation) (Current Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – 24 January 2018
love the work always busy, new things to learn every day, always adjusting to new work line. management always to listen to good and bad news about work or co worker and management do not gossip which is a great plus. the most enjoyable part of my job is the people who are always willing to help personally or a problem with work issues
General Clerk I (Former Employee) – Lees Summit, MO – 23 January 2018
This job was incredibly stressful. Day to day walking in sometimes you have no idea what you're going to be doing which is stressful. At one point in time there weren't enough seats for everyone and 2-3 people were sitting at one desk. On my particular team there were a lot of younger people who came to work just to cause others stress and problems. It felt more like highschool with all the personal problems. Management definitely was under trained, or maybe just not management material. A lot of favoritism was shown towards employees who continuously caused problems. No disciplinary action was taken when rules and policies were broken. It was just an awful, stressful, job that I hated getting up and going to. Would not recommend unless you like working with awful people.
International Police Officer (UN-Haiti) (Former Employee) – Haiti – 21 January 2018
Loved it!!!!!!!!! Great place to work. Got to travel all over the world. Never a dull moment. Typical work day was fast pace. You have to keep up. Management was great to work with. Nothing hard about the job. Traveling was the best!! I love PAE!
It was ok enjoyed working but did not enjoy always being looked past for new comers that ended up with permanent hours while i remained on casual with no offers. I left the job after a few months because of this reason my patience had worn thin as i found it an insult to be trained in a certain area then have to train someone else that got offered the permanent hours to that area.