Desktop Support Specialist (Current Employee) – St.Louis MO – October 21, 2013
• Setup/deploy and maintain end users’ desktop • Service PC’s for Government Employee’s • Troubleshoot hardware, software, LAN/WAN • Administer helpdesk tickets • Monitor and respond to phone/email IT issues • Support Windows 7, Ms-Office 2010, and other desktop software • Use imaging software for desktop deployment • Other duties as assigned by the Director • Zenworks Server Admin
The job was great and working with the military was a huge plus, but some in upper management were a joke. Most of the environment here was who you were friends with and who's butt you kissed. Don't disagree with the wrong people or your job life will be heck.
Electronic Assembler III (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – July 23, 2017
I enjoyed the environment and the caliber of people that I worked with. The bulk of my experience in manufacturing was at this company. This is a company, had it not been for the lay offs I would have still desired to work for.
A typical work day for a Trainer included facilitating new hire classes, completing time cards for accuracy, data input regarding anything that went on in the training class. Acting as floor supervisor when not in class.
Internal Support Group Agent (Current Employee) – Lawrence, KS – July 19, 2017
If you are looking for a job where you are just a number, this is the job for you! If you can keep good attendance, you can keep the job. Pay attention in training. You seriously will be talking to real people on the phone. It's not a joke.
CSR - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Bogalusa, LA – July 19, 2017
General Dynamics is a great place to work for , if you like talking to others and typing and looking up different aspects of your itinerary. It really helps you become a better person while working there.