Lead for Raytheon UNIX off site (Current Employee) – Falls Church, VA – February 2, 2016
CSC provides the opportunities for employees if they make the efforts to seek advancement. For individual who are use to working at a customers site CSC is great. You are there to assist the customer and CSC provides you with the tools to handle incidents and problems so you never alone.
Not as personalized as a bricks and mortar based company.
General Clerk (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – January 31, 2016
Loved working with the Civilians. It was a service call center where all the building service calls came through me or who was at the desk we would issue out work order tickets to the appropriate facilities management worker.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Fresno, CA – January 28, 2016
CSC offers flexible hours and is a great place to work if you are concerned with work life balance. The company has a very diverse culture and creates opportunities to grow and even expand into locations all across the US.
Senior Solutions Analyst (Former Employee) – Cambridge, MA – January 26, 2016
I am glad to have had the opportunity to have worked for CSC, both at the beginning and towards the end of my tenure at Volpe. I learned a great deal about Volpe and NHTSA and FMSCA while working for them.
Service Desk Analyst (Night-Shift) (Current Employee) – Coppell, TX – January 22, 2016
Lots of work every day and happy folks on the other end of the phone line. Just answer the phone calls and assists clients and follow protocols. Management is great. Co-worker are awesome. There's no hard part of the day if you love helping people and computers!
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Carol Stream, IL – January 21, 2016
I worked at the carolstream location for 8 years with low pay an no advancement. I decided to pursue other opportunities when i found out temp workers were making more than me. This company doesn't take care of the employees im glad i left an now have a career that i love.
Wish i could get my 8 years back from this company.
Sr. Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, IL – January 19, 2016
Csc is an extremely stressful place to work. We work with life insurance. A typical day consists of sitting in your cubical answering 50+ calls a day and putting in and processing work. The Hardest part of my job is not being aloud to get up and move around, and also the emotions that come with the calls. Most callers are upset or angry. The most enjoyable part is definitaly my co-workers, they are such an amazing group of people, and always willing to help in any way that they can.
Receptionist/ Client Service Coordinator (Current Employee) – Maryland – January 2, 2016
In a typical day at work the office is very busy and always moving/ kept busy. What I learned working here is how to better deal with management, co-workers, and difficult clients. Also working here has opened me up more to the medical practice, as well has excelled my experience with multiple computer software's. The hardest part of this job would be over booked with client appointments, and having walk-in hours.
A great place to grow in experience and responsibility
Principal Program Manager (Former Employee) – Newington, VA – December 30, 2015
CSRA (Formerly CSC) is a very rewarding place to work. There is an open door policy from you immediate supervisor up to and including the CEO. There are plenty of opportunities to expand your career horizon. As in all places this depends primarily on your own initiative. But I found that there was always avenues open for my exploration and advancement.
Great educational possibilities, Forward-looking executives
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – New Haven, IN – December 17, 2015
Working together is the best way to get a job done. And for it to be safe and clean work environment. I had moved up three positions in this company with in 6 months. I learned to Corrugate Card Board. Not really any breaks if so maybe five min. But over all the job was Great I like the environment.