Administrative Assistant Supervisor (Former Employee) – Daleville, AL – April 21, 2017
Government job allowed me to learn many different task pertaining to the government. This job was based on inputting information into the computer and also classified information and holding a secret clearance.
Billeting Coordinator (Former Employee) – kandhaar – April 15, 2017
I worked for 1 year in this company my expirence this company is a great .rules and regulations are same for evry employee .management are very good for taking care of evry staff with good manner.. I am very thankfull to dyncorp intl
Production Test Pilot (Former Employee) – Fort Rucker, AL – April 15, 2017
Began working as an A&P mechanic at several airfields and working on a variety of aircraft. Was recognized by the Chief Pilot as a qualified Maintenance Test Pilot and was eventually promoted to that position.
Aircraft Mechanic (Former Employee) – Patuxent River, MD – April 15, 2017
Great job, pays well, and having set hours is a huge plus. The benefits packages are insanely priced, and there is no advancement opportunity. Employees are not treated as valued people so much as just a number for a contract. They don't do in person interviews, and hire anyone with related military experience which typically means that they have a lot of low performers and inexperienced people... This means that those who do work and know their job get burnt out and abused, and there is really zero appreciation or benefit to being a hard charger. This is a good place to make sure your bills get paid, but do not stop looking for a permanent career.
higher than average hourly rate, set schedule.
not career material, high priced benefits, no advancement, low morale
it was a good company fun work mates friendlyand diciplined
Worked as a Track Driver (Current Employee) – Driver NT – April 11, 2017
driving was my job i learned alot while working with dyncorp like escort class, safety the management was also caring, listerning, solve issues,and many more it was excellent .the hard part was weather sometimes extreme hot and also snow .enjoyable part was overtimes , traveling allowances,
Force Protection Officer (Former Employee) – Kosovo – April 6, 2017
Contracted with DynCorp to Kosovo in 2012. I was in the original group that started the contract. There was not much for benefits or large payments for the contract. Over-all it is a good starting block for someone wanting to start contract security.
Perfect place if you're retired. Not so much if you're wanting a career
Avionics and Electrical Systems Inspector (Former Employee) – Maryland – April 5, 2017
Typical Squadron, but mostly maintained by civilians. As expected, a lot more micromanaging in order to retain the contracts. Work is simple, yet rewarding when you see the aircraft take flight. Come in at 7, check tools for the shift, do fod walk down and inspect various systems throughout the day
Mechanic, Ground Support Equipment (Former Employee) – Fort Bliss, TX – April 4, 2017
It's hit or miss, really. I worked for a DynCorp contract at Ft. Bliss that was horribly managed to the point that morale nearly hit rock bottom. And right down the street there was another DynCorp contract for NASA where I found it to be the complete opposite. The negative (or positive depending on how you look at it) is that they will hire ANYONE into positions regardless if they are qualified or not. So just because you worked on one contract that ended up being a horrible experience doesn't mean that the next one will be the same.
Aircraft Mechanic (Former Employee) – Patuxent River, MD – March 15, 2017
Avionics technician Installed, removed, inspected, tested, maintained and repaired F-18 aviation weapons, communication, and navigation system electronics. Completed and oversaw scheduled and corrective maintenance in accordance with applicable publications and technical directives. Responsible for prioritizing work orders, managing production meetings, and managing personnel. Read and interpreted blueprints, manuals, and other materials to determine specifications, inspections, testing procedures, adjustment methods, and certification processes.