Software Test Engineer/Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – October 30, 2015
Tester for Y2K future date and compliance for Number Resource Management and number planning assignment system and regression tester for number resource management GUI. Staff Lead/liaison responsible for 40 other contractors.
Working with my colleagues and the wonderful meal they provided at all times of the day and night
Field Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – September 30, 2015
The company and employees are dedicated. They assisted very well with my job hunting and stood firmly behind me and my skills when negotiating with the contract companies. Found a very good place to work and I felt very comfortable there.
Supervisor, Desktop/Helpdesk Support (Former Employee) – Hartford,CT – December 28, 2014
General Helpdesk issues where we addressed our clients IT issues. Issues such as desktop service and repair, phone usage, network connectivity from a level 1 perspective. Assisted other IT group initiatives including system wide upgrades.
Typical consulting position with limited work-life balance.
SAS Consultant (Former Employee) – Hartford, CT – August 19, 2014
This is a typical consulting job. Good compensation. Management was good except for finding follow-on engagements. This is why I left the company. I was told I was hired to execute tasks at several clients but the company was unable to find me another engagement after the first one ended.
After several consulting jobs, the most difficult task is often getting authorization to the items I need (building access, computer equipment) and still having time to accomplish the contracted task within the agreed-upon time constraints.
Help Desk Technician (Former Employee) – Kenosha, WI – May 7, 2013
The best part of the job was every day you did something different. You were always learning and gaining valuable knowledge. I do not agree with the direction where the company was going and how they presented it.
learning, fast pace, freedom to do things your way
Director, Practice Operations (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – April 15, 2013
I was involved in a number of things while at COMSYS. I learned to develop methodologies, technical writing skills, process development/re-engineering, project management, program development and many other skills. I was close with all of the upper management in the COMSYS Project division. Iwas called on to take on projects where I worked independently and report results to executive management. My co-workers were some of the best people I've worked with, staying close friends. The hardest part of the job was terminating someone. I never got used to that. The most enjoyable part of my job was working on the project to find an offshore site for application development in India. I was fortunate to visit India five times providing me the understanding of how international business works.