Logistics Engineer (Current Employee) – Customer site, North Charleston SC – January 23, 2016
Completely customer oriented and get the job done focused. Very diverse both in personnel and in types of work performed/supported. Although HQ'd in Chantilly, the company has an extensive number of work locations. There are a very wide range of opportunities within the company dependent on what capacity the various customers at each location are being supported in.
Management stays engaged with the customer throughout the contract period.
Changing contract practices by the USG have a negative impact to the work environment.
contracts administrator (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – January 14, 2016
Although slavery and racism has been abolished in the books but traces remain in this corporation. This company is in complete disarray and their broken work processes keep changing daily. Upper management who has no clue what they are doing promote people based on personal fondness and fires experienced and qualified people to open spots for their personal favorites. There is a lot of politics and grouping promoting the self interests of their own kind. One day you are promoted the next day you are fired. Upper management is known to use and abuse experienced employees and then let them go and this happens a lot in their Federal Civilian group.
Proficiency Pay Administrator (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – August 24, 2015
This position has enhanced my performance with speaking with or to others. Presenting information has become a part of my daily objective. The management here are fairly decent, but they are preoccupied with work and not communicating with their employees.
Senior Manager (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – August 12, 2015
The company I hired into, TASC, was a good company that took care of its employees and prided itself on its professionalism, processes, procedures and work environment. Management was not without a few challenges, especially with the economic downturn in business, but employees always felt that there was a strong framework for leadership and management.
When TASC was acquired by Engility, that all changed. Engility is known in the marketplace as a low cost company that prided itself on keeping things at the lowest price possible. This extended to employees as well as customers. And it shows. Instead of investing in employees who are the very people who grow the business, benefits are bare, and other things that TASC employees enjoyed, such as training, have become non existent. The company has managers in decision making positions that have communication challenges, and don't completely understand that they are charged with managing.
This is NOT a company I would recommend. There is little advancement opportunity, little if any training, and little support and guidance.
Database Administrator III (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – August 4, 2015
The contracts where both challenging and I have learned a great deal from each contract. I went from a watch officer to a Unix admin to a Linux admin and an Oracle DBA. I also learned some Java along the way as well as many other GOTS and COTS software. Great co-workers, atmosphere and the management was always there to assist in any way.
other employees are great but the company has no idea what they are doing in this market
S.E.R.E. RTL Lead (Current Employee) – Fort Rucker, AL – August 4, 2015
The company is self serving. Hours are long, days are hot and cold, and we cant even her HR to answer their phone. They have allowed less qualified individuals to run the contract and put us in jeopardy of all loosing our job.
Data Technician (Former Employee) – Lexington Park, MD – July 27, 2015
Great work environment. Great support team. Engility embraces diversity, and embodies integrity. A typical work day consist of meeting the expectations of both clients and colleagues. The hardest part of the job is trying not to become personally attached to clients. The most enjoyable part of the job are the customers, you build great relationship.
Allows personally growth and development. Offers training
Project Analyst Support Contractor (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – June 19, 2015
A very professional atmosphere. Co-workers are great, there is always something new to learn. The hardest part is just trying to continue to grow with enough funding to keep you a part of the team but that's comes a long with the contracting field.
Good Place to work with slightly below average benifits company is going thriugh new stages including merger
Facilities / Transportation and Logistics Manager (Former Employee) – Andover MA – March 16, 2015
Great people to work with, Always learning new process and ideas. Management has good values and coworkers are very supportive. Hardest part was the constant changes and finding an even ground that works for all involved. The most enjoyable has to be the people the few that were left..
large company, good people with longevity.
new company growing though aqusitions but loosing much talent in the process (unavoidable)
This was the first time I was able to evaluate the impact of a specific change package
Configuration Management Lead (Former Employee) – Hanscom AFB, MA – February 21, 2015
I worked for Engility for only 8 months before the company was bought out. I evaluated the impact of subsystem, systems and interoperability levels. Provided recommendations for approval, rejection, or re-work to the Configuration Control Board (CCB) Chair. Prepared the he CCB Implementation Plan. Reviewed the analysis of Test Results. Reported Test Result analysis to CCB Chair. Supervised incorporation of change documents into the Configuration Control Database. Received and processed change packages from CCB members. Organized CCB Meetings to provide and discuss status of proposed change packages and assessment of Technical Review Board (TRB) impact.
i learned from the military and government leaders i worked with