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CIBER, Inc. United States Employee Reviews

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Good overall consulting service
Senior Programming Consultant (Former Employee), Buffalo, NYApril 13, 2015
Pros: Provided an opportunity to expand my knowledge base and experience.
Cons: Company was very focused on the bottom line income, did not consider the employee's needs beyond their limited scope.
- My assignment at Ciber was at NationsBank that became Bank of America. I learned the processes required to function at NationsBank as a developer, becoming an associate at Bank of America in 2000.

- Several Ciber employees were assigned to the same location and contributed to assisting each other with succeeding.

- Hardest part of the job was that the Ciber employees had to always prove their worth to the NationsBank employees.

- The most enjoyable part of the job was proving that we could perform well under pressure and provide a quality product.
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Treated like an adult
Procurement Associate (Former Employee), Kirkland, WAMarch 31, 2015
Very flexible atmosphere. Able to be a part of something global. Lots to enjoy on Microsoft Campus. This is a contract company.
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Toxic work enviroment with constantly changing leadership
Program Manager/Engagement Manager (Current Employee), Denver, COMarch 15, 2015
Pros: high compensation
Cons: no balance in work/life....it's all work
Minimal women in leadership, lack of respect for women leaders
Revolviing door of leaders
No respect for worklife balance
Leaders do not have your back with the client
Leaders make difficult client situations worse then leave to let the team clean up the mess
Leaders are not concerned with retaining good people
Leaders do not set boundaries with bad clients
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Senior Consultant (Current Employee), Greenwood Village, ColoradoMarch 14, 2015
Typical consulting company, work hours and travel schedule. Positive: Co-workers are fantastic.
Negative: Demanding work hours
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Ciber is a place to work
Senior Functional Analyst (Current Employee), Seattle, WAMarch 3, 2015
Pros: you have a job
Cons: when you are not billable you are let go
Ciber is not an employee focused company. It is a very sales driven organization. With the new CEO, I hope there are changes in the way the organization treats its employees. Currently, it is a stressful environment.
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OK place
Lead Technical Analyst (Contract) (Former Employee), Seattle, WA.March 3, 2015
The different segments of the corporation offers individuals opportunities for growth and advancement if desired. The challenges are numerous and provide professional experiences in multiple areas.
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Overall it's been a good experience
Consultant (Current Employee), San Diego, CAFebruary 6, 2015
Pros: allowed to make up time so you don't have to take vacation every time, the benefit package is actually about on par with what private companies are offering, they just added a new benefit plan that provides even better coverage, get 3 weeks of vacation although it's earned on a per month basis, so if you leave before the end of the month, you don't get any pro-rated amount
Cons: no longevity since we are consultants, poor onboarding process, vacation is accrued monthly (must work the entire month or get nothing), their ciberspace website in general is not user friendly
I'm on a contract for Ciber. They won a large contract and there is a large team of Ciber consultants onsite, including a Ciber FT leader. Overall, she does a good job as a leader, does not micro-manage and tries to provide the backing where needed but she is spread WAYYY too thin for what is trying to be accomplished at the client site.

Ciber has done a good job of hiring qualified / high caliber associates on our team. The back office Ciber people are good to work with and when I had an issue with something being paid on my benefits, the Ciber HR person worked hard to resolve it.

Their onboarding process is very poor however. Their website is VERY clunky, not user friendly, HUGE numbers of steps to complete that is very time consuming. There should be at least a couple of days allowed on Ciber time to complete all their required reading material, quizzes and such. Even trying to complete them on your own is challenging because of all the multiple issues with their website. Supposedly that is being revamped, but not certain.
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NOC Technician :
Senior NOC Tech and Shift Lead (Current Employee), Washington, DCJanuary 26, 2015
- Performs monitoring and first and second–level troubleshooting of the Banks LAN and Global communications networks.
- Collaborate with the Link Managers and engineers for Global communication problems by opening Incident and/or Problem tickets for follow-up and prompt action.
- Monitor and ensuring the successful connection of Video conference sessions based on the daily schedule. Responds to client requests for changing rooms and connection status
- Coordinate with Vendor and Link Managers on scheduled Preventive Maintenance for Country Offices Satellite and power equipment
- Provided support in frequency change and net work upgrading of Satellite projects
- Performed Video and Audio connectivity test with Non Bank Site
- Prepared monthly and quarterly video activity reports and published on NOC web page
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IT Consulting
Senior Project Manager (Former Employee), Long Beach, CAJanuary 19, 2015
Ciber is a global IT consulting company with about 6,500 consultants in North America, Europe and Asia/Pacific, and approximately $1 billion in annual business
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The company is good the contract I was on was bad
Program Manager (Former Employee), Irving, TXJanuary 19, 2015
When our contract ended they went out of the way to make sure we were taken care of.
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Decent Company
Senior UNIX Systems Engineer (Former Employee), McLean, VAJanuary 13, 2015
Pros: pay at market rate
Cons: training not really available
Very results driven company with a lot of pressure at customer sites. Management was fair. Corporate culture is customer focused. Not a lot of training available for you. The want you billing at customer site. Most career development up to you on you own time.
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Ciber is a basic, low grade, staff augmentation company.
Business Analyst (Former Employee), Dearborn, MichiganJanuary 12, 2015
Pros: very easy days, my job that kept me busy about 8 hours a week, but it sure made for a long work week.
Cons: no support from ciber client account reps, can be fired instantly with pay and benefits ending immediately.
Ciber client account managers are non-existant, and spend most of their time managing the constant influx of new people due to high turnover. If the client has a complaint, you'll be let go immediately, with no support from Ciber. No two week notice, no pay or medical benefits beyond your last day at work. Expensive medical benefits, and low hourly rates.

Constant stream of useless email from Ciber that you are suppose to read, and lunch and learn training sessions that are poorly organized and delivered.

Whatever rate you start at you'll be at while assigned to the client. Performance reviews are required every year, but no one at Ciber takes them seriously, as they couldn't care less about your professional growth.

The Ford Lundy Ave. office in Dearborn is a dirty workplace, with gross carpet stains, torn carpets, carpets patched with duct tape, and refrigerators that will make you gag when you open them. Building is jammed with people, and the bathrooms are disgustingly dirty. Bring your own toilet paper! Food service at Lundy Ave is by Aramark, and it's awful. Best advice is to bring your lunch.

The only positive thing it say is that you certainly won't have much to do if assigned to the Ford Dearborn Account. Most people spend their days walking the halls, taking extended lunches, and hiding out in one of the many conference rooms.
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Terrible Company
Senior Network Technician (Former Employee), Washington, DCJanuary 6, 2015
This company was okay to work for until you have a problem and need HR or management to help you. All managers seem like the never knew what was going on in the company, from time sheet errors to general questions for the HR dept.
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Wonderful place to work
Senior IT Project Manager - Walt Disney World (Current Employee), Orlando, FLDecember 17, 2014
Ciber is a wonderful place to work. The corporate staff is very attentive and sincere. The CEO is accessible and is dedicated to moving Ciber into the future.
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The Job
Telecommunication Manager (Former Employee), Peachtree City, GADecember 8, 2014
Pros: job freedom
Cons: location peachtree city
The Job was great working with the Military the management was terrible, the location wasn't the best, but it worked for 8 years I guess.
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Minimum Growth Opportunity
Senior Business Analyst/Architect (Current Employee), Washington, DCDecember 3, 2014
Depends on the client. The work sometimes can be challenging but noe unbearable. Too many meetings but communication is open. Immigration department takes care of employees and is very responsive. Typical 9-5 job with some long hours and again depends on the client.
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Solid Work Place
Director, Network Engineering (Former Employee), Greenwood Village, CONovember 13, 2014
Solid work place but having a tough time in its current marketplace.
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CIBER, Inc
Senior Lotus Notes Administrator at Biogen Idec (Former Employee), Boston, MANovember 4, 2014
A staffing agency with health care and W2 services - A staffing agency with health care and W2 services
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Decent career starter
Parts Management Analyst (Current Employee), Dearborn, MIOctober 20, 2014
Good for recent graduates to gain experience but I would not recommend to experienced professionals looking to advance their careers.
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Great for a staffing company
Business Analyst (Former Employee), Dearborn, MISeptember 26, 2014
Staffing company, great for that purpose, but I was looking for more of a consulting company to support me in my role and to grow within the company. Great company if you want a job and not a career, I really liked everyone there.

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About CIBER, Inc.

No, CIBER's consultants aren't cyborgs. CIBER (Consultants in Business, Engineering, and Research) is an IT consultancy that provides enterprise – Read more

CIBER, Inc. Salaries

Senior Consultant
$90,000 per year
Consultant
$100,000 per year
Project Manager
$90,000 per year
Administrative Assistant
$35,200 per year
Application Developer
$90,000 per year