Great experience to have had an opportunity to be part of the development of America's Space Programs.
Senior Computer Drafter (Former Employee) – Kennedy Space Center, FL – October 14, 2015
Professionals at there best. Worked many disciplines with experienced engineers and designers. The extent of the work was facility related and always a challenge. Included field walk downs of project areas and facility systems. I Loved my job.
Productive work place with opportunity for advancement.
Sr. CAD Drafter (Current Employee) – Kennedy Space Center, FL – August 13, 2015
Dynamac has been and still is a great company to work for. I have learned a lot I design and design implementation as well as many other aspects of engineering. Management and coworkers are very nice and easy to talk to.
Hazmat Technician (Former Employee) – MD – January 21, 2015
Coordinated daily assigned hazmat activities under the direct supervision of the Hazmat Foreman and Senior Hazmat Technician.
Assisted in performance of quality control checks to verify that all HM orders that the hazmat are responsible for, including barcoding, quantity, contents, and specifications are entered into the Aberdeen Proving Ground hazardous material tracking system accurately.
Performed transfer of Material Safety Data Sheet information from Aberdeen Proving Ground garrison/tenant activities and ensured that the information was properly transferred to the Database Managers for action.
Sr. Graphic Artist and Lead Programmer (Former Employee) – Maryland – February 20, 2013
Dynamac Corporation was a good company that was meant for greatness. The problem was that since they were after contracts they had crazy hours and did not compensate their staff as well as they should have.
A long history and a great history that survived the passing of the founders of the company and kept going and is still going. They are not as large as they were before; but they still are winning big contacts and delivering the goods for NASA, NSA, NEPA, EPA and much more.
flexible hours and great tools
managers spent more time on breaks than working & that pushed timelines