productive work place and enjoyable professional people
Accounts Payable Coordinator (Current Employee) – Vienna, VA – May 12, 2017
Flexible time Learning about accounting code Interesting working with friendly people Accomplished and meet the deadline ahead of time Learning about A/R and contracts Learning about Projects and PO Travel expense audit
Logistics Technician Level IV (Current Employee) – Bagrām – December 22, 2016
Great place to work, I've only been with the company since April 2016. So I am still learning about the company. But my experience so far has been great. Small company with a family feel, they take care of there employees.
Project Accountant (Current Employee) – Vienna, VA – April 28, 2015
I have gained more experiences in my role and not limited to do one thing unlike my previous jobs. The people here make you feel comfortable and they are all about teamwork. It is very friendly place to be and look forward coming in to work daily and not worry about your boss being grouchy. Very strong life balance in and out of work.
Treat their employees well, family friendly, well established of company's structure, colleagues are likable, strong communication skills, flexibility
Little room for promotion, small company going through tough times, money strapped
Senior Manager, Strategic Communications (Current Employee) – Alexandria, VA – December 8, 2014
BRTRC is a highly innovative, professional organization at the leading edge of supplying government solutions to an array of DoD and DHS clients. Services include editorial, software, IT, remote and onsite fulltime support. Great company to work for.
strong compensation package, strong career development
Requirements Team Lead (Former Employee) – Aberdeen, MD – December 2, 2014
BRTRC is a wonderful organization to work for. They are caring and professional. BRTRC truly promotes a team approach to success and being proactive to ensure the client's needs are identified and met, timely and beyond expectations. I was fortunate to work with many high ranking military officers and senior GS civilians in the United States Army. Each day had its own battle rhythm that consisted of meetings, power point preparations and presentations and sifting through potential operational requirements to identify threats and solutions. The most difficult part of the position was simply that is was contract work, which inherently makes it unstable. Contracts end, federal gov't shuts down etc.... how have a direct impact on my employment. The best part of my job was the people I worked with and knowing the job my team and I provided saved lives on the battlefield.
Logistic Technician III (Current Employee) – Warren, MI – May 29, 2014
A typical day at work consists of briefing command authority on mission updates. Data analysis and report generation. There is no really hard part to my. As far an enjoyable n concerned, I am blessed that God ha allowed me to have such a position.
Great company...family oriented and cared very much about their employees. They took pride in the work the were contracted as for the U.S. Army and em
Administrative Assistant/Receptionist (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – March 11, 2013
I supported approximately 50 engineers at the Army Research Lab in Adelphi MD. I was an admin. assistant who attended meetings, entered time and attendance, answered phones, sent security request/clearances for visits to other military bases etc. I handled confidential materials,made travel arrangements for all of my branch, took care of buy supplies and entered information into the government computer system for various tasks and reports.
Technical Project Manager (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – January 25, 2013
Great place to work, great management and benefits. They threw me a surprise baby shower. On the flip side, for an experienced professional who is looking to still learn and grow, not much opportunity to do that. I left as my project was going in to maintenance and not much IT work was coming in.
Strategic Communications Analyst (Current Employee) – Fairfax, VA – October 3, 2012
BRTRC is a great place to work. Most employees come as referrals of current staff. Overall, management invests in their team and fosters continued learning and growth. One of the best parts about the organization is the people that work there.
Senior Editor (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – April 19, 2012
I found that the company prefers to hire young people for non-management positions. This benefits those who have recently graduated from college, but not so much those who have more than about 10 years of work experience. The company does not offer cash bonuses or other incentives for going above and beyond what is required. They do, however, sell off depreciated computer equipment and give away old office furniture from time to time on a first-come-first-served basis.