Training/Integration Lead (Former Employee) – Silver Spring, MD – July 13, 2015
A relatively hands-off federal contracting company. They are not very involved or knowledgeable about the details of their employees work environment with the government client, and relatively ineffectual in helping when problems arise.
Admin/Project Manager (Current Employee) – Fort Detrick, MD – August 1, 2016
It's hard to rate CRM as I am employed by them but working offsite at a military installation and it would be hard to accurately rate what the enviroment is like working directly with CRM on a day to day basis. I can say that they are very communicative though and always try to make employees aware of any company changes, benefit changes or contract changes. Because I am in a contract position, I do not think it would be fair to rate compensation but I do like the benefits. I have always been able to reach my manager when needed and he has always helped me out when he could. Overall, I have been happy with CRM.
Hazardous Material Supply Specialist (Current Employee) – Frederick, MD – August 18, 2015
I've enjoyed my time as an employee with this company. They offer competitive benefits packages to include paid vacation, sick leave, and retirement plans. I highly recommend this company for employement.
Perform studies as related to the project Coordinate and perform various functions related to research project Perform study scheduling Analyze research data Collect and enter research data Develop and maintain research database Prepare survey keys and all required PDF Files Prepare initial survey drafts Assist with the scanning and cleaning of data Assist with Quality Control of data Train new team members on data collection procedures
Get to travel, Learn new things, Meet great people
I was responsible for our Talent Acquisition Team as the Manager. My role allowed me the opportunity to source, recruit, and hire professionals in the Biomedical Field. The culture at this company provided a great team environment with the management and co-workers. The hardest part of the job was working with our government customers and being able to adapt to their ever changing needs. So there was a lot of turnover due to the positions being contract positions under the government contracts. The most enjoyable part of the job was satisfying the customers and knowing every time we hired someone we were increasing company revenue. We had a direct impact on that in our Talent Acquisitions Team.
Flexible work schedules, Benefits, Company Culture