Technician (Former Employee), San Antonio, TX – September 9, 2013
during my years as a telecom installer at parsons, i learned how to install att cellphone equipment, how to run scripts, configurations, help make the cellphone and network services better in the surronding areas.
GIS Analyst/Systems/Database Administrator (Current Employee), Fort Irwin, CA – September 4, 2013
Parsons, Inc. has been a reliable, helpful and honest corporation on this contract. They have been very upfront in their communication, and I swear they are the nicest people on the phone; everyone I talk to has such a helpful, serene manner. Very refreshing when all around you can erupt in chaos. They do their best for us, and their management style – more... encourages their employees to do their best for the corporation, and the customers that are served on these contracts. I would definitely work for them again; actually, I hope I do work for them again. – less
Principal Scientist and Functional Manager (Current Employee), Washington, DC – July 28, 2013
Review environmental compliance assessment reports and add comments for federal and state laws. Provide specialized environmental compliance assistance with firing ranges, toxic release inventory (TRI reporting).
Overall exciting and fast paced, sometimes high stress environment
System Analyst I (Current Employee), Buckley AFB, CO – July 24, 2013
Every day is fast paced and full of constant change. A position that requires a positive attitude and ability to work well with a team and manage stress and priorities well. Overall a close knit organization that has allowed for growth and enjoyment of a different environment.
Food Production Operative (Former Employee), Kendal, ENG – July 22, 2013
a good day at work was when things ran smoothly and in-order to how they should, i learned how to prepare fresh fruit and veg. hardest part of the job was in the morning getting the drivers out with orders on a daily basis. the most enjoyable part was finishing work around mid-day as we started anywhere between 3am & 5am
Contract Administrator (Former Employee), Pasadena, CA – June 30, 2013
Pros: 9-80 work schedule and opportunities for experience
Cons: micro management style
Good overall company. Opportunity to support different projects and departments provides great learning experience to build on in career. Travel is approximately 10-15% and most work is completed at office in typical 9-10 hour day.
Pros: work was given and didn't have anyone standing over my shoulder
Cons: no advancement
* A typicacl day at work consisted of processing anywhere from sometimes 8-10 procedures, processing documents, Meeting Minutes, Condition Reports, Surveillance Reports, and Request for Overtime Approvals into EDMS and PCP, Work Orders, Sketches, and letters to DOE * Learned to deal with a lot people that thought their work should have been processed – more... first because their work was more important * management was easy to get along with *co-workers & i became close friends and could always depend on each other to help each other out *the hardest part of my job was trying not to take on too many responsibilities at on time * the most enjoyable part of the job was when i did work for someone not thinking anything of it and they sent me a thank you for a job well done or for the quick turnaround – less
Senior Administrative Aide (Current Employee), Tempe Az – June 6, 2013
Pros: flexible enviroment
Cons: no job security
I've worked 3 different remote job sites during my time with Parsons. I enjoy the work, the enviroment and have met a lot of really smart, talented people. I wish job security was better. If there isn't another project to move on to, you are out of work.