GIS Technician (Current Employee) – Mount Laurel, NJ – August 22, 2016
Training and education is very good here. Starting out it gave me a good opportunity to try an assortment of projects and facets of GIS. Much of the work is concentrated on a few individuals who are responsible for cleaning up for the other workers.
Engineering Support Services Supervisor (Former Employee) – Groton, CT – August 21, 2016
Being a remote smaller office for big BAE meant not having the same opportunities one would have at the larger home office or another large office of BAE systems. We were completelyreliant on our own government contracts and funding. This often lead to instability of the work force and the work force not always knowing when funding would come in so that work could be performed.
Executive Assistant, I (Former Employee) – Mark Center Alexandria – August 18, 2016
I was located at the Navy Yard then at the Mark Center.I love the work environment. Their managers are very professional . The benefits are good . I was able to purchase additional leave that for snow days . I would have preferred better training opportunities or classes.Their training was geared allot towards IT specialist.
Great work enviorment great people 2 work with travel everywere Installs, inspects, adjusts and certifies assemblies, subassemblies, cable parts for compliance and specifications Practices following blueprints, schematics and inspection manuals using hand tools Troubleshoots malfunctions and perform repairs by adjusting, calibrating and aligning or modifying circuitry and components using power tools Initiates standard tests apparatus and conducts operational tests to evaluate reliability Installs equipment field changes Modifies wires, insulation and connector components using hand and power tools.
HVAC Mechanic (Former Employee) – Diego Garcia, Naval base – August 15, 2016
Good job, co-worker not well trained and difficult to get along. Management was great with 8 hrs workday. Hardest part of job, waiting long time to get parts. Enjoyable part of job, knowing the equipment they trusted me to fix was done right the first time and running fine.
Design Specialist II (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 7, 2016
Management and co-workers welcome new hires. All were very helpful while learning the BAE processes and procedures. BAE uses the 9/80 work week which is very useful for work/life balance. Would recommend BAE Systems to anyone.
Management is the worst from Executive level to middle management, my boss boss was a micro-manager and wanted to control everything though she was not qualified; they treat their employees poorly with the exception of Executive management and those who favorites.
401K for management
they expect 50 to 60 hours a week and don't want to compensate accordingly