Engineer (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – May 8, 2017
- Management does not function in the current times. - No telecommuting possible. - No desire to move forward with the pace of industry technology. - No honest advancement for employees in general. - Change is against the management's culture and lean management is not practiced.
Most of the employees are actually pleasant people stuck in the same place with nowhere to progress.
The employees are the light of this company.
Comtech Systems management from the President to the Engineering Director
Typical day included ensuring that all corporate systems are up and accessible, installation of software and hardware, trouble shooting desktop and server issues. backing up of data and provide customer service when asked to work on a contract outside of the corporate office.Learned how to be a Novell Network Administrator. Hardest part of job was learning the Unix OS. The enjoyable part of the job was the calendar of events and the reduced price Navy tickets at all home games with tailgate party included.
Navy Football, Great atmosphere to learn, Good Management, Fun place to work
Not hired as a Corporate Employee, Non-Corp job security was subject to contracts and renewal of contracts
OCONUS SOCCENT SNAP Field Support Technician (Former Employee) – Bagrām – December 10, 2016
As an overseas contractor they treated you fairly and compensated you well. Even with the distance they were able to contact you and inform you of everything going on. They really took care of their employees
RF Test Engineer (Former Employee) – Melville, NY – November 24, 2016
• Serviced customer’s RF amplifiers use on military communication application by tuning networks required for rudimentary analysis and limited factors. • Work on electrical components quality issues including digital, analog and energy systems improved efficiency results by 2% maintained lifecycle development. • Supported system team on manufacturing failures to maintain schedules. • Calibration and charted data acquisition profiling amplifier’s RL, IL, phase, frequency, input/output power, and compression across frequency band with Network Analyzer.
I loved working here, the people were fun, helpful and informative.
Billing Specialist (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – November 10, 2016
This was one of the best jobs I have ever had in my life. Everyone I dealt with was always willing to answer my questions and assist me any time I needed help. They were always understanding, fun to work with and appreciated my effort to organize the billing invoices.
Always helpful, understanding and fun to work with.
Military Science Instructor (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – November 1, 2016
Management is timely with responses, work schedule and compensation do not balance out. Was hired and relocated for employment to have contract cut 5 months later. No relocation expenses were given to relocate. Great opportunity to work with and train cadets!
Developer II (Former Employee) – Annapolis, MD – August 9, 2015
This was a great company to work for. They really cared about their employees and the leadership was outstanding. My direct supervisor was unbelievably talented and easily the most accomplished person I have ever worked with in my field.
Great pay, great facilities, eduxcational opportunities, great benefits
Curriculum Developer (Current Employee) – Fort Hood, TX – October 2, 2014
Not been here long enough to give a review. So far so good. We are off site so do not interact with upper management a great deal. The HR department has been able to help us out when we need assistance.
Test and Reliability Engineer (Former Employee) – Torrance, CA – July 19, 2014
A typical day at work was typically characterized by simultaneous, demanding work item requests and schedule with not time for training.Most of the work items were not made easier by the proper resources of technicians and test equipment
I learned an quite about about their SSD product line and the use of tools to characterize them.
Most of te co-workers were good but there was a sense of technical snobbery.
The hardest part of the job was having enough time and resources to do all the work items and with avoiding dumb mistakes caused by demands of others and schedule.
The management - they managed and control by fear and there was no job stability for the long term. There were penny raises or none. There was not performance review the last year and I was not notified of this. There was not any bonus plans. Management squander hundreds of thousands of dollars on the wrong equipment and the wrong choices for product development.
Free coffee Juice
Incredible pressure, Management by fear (job loss by what ever method)