Procurement Specalist 2 (Current Employee), Los Alamos, NM – February 19, 2014
Lots of rules and forms to fill out which slows down the process of getting job done. Vacation time should be based on years of experience and given to employees all at once at the beginning of the year so employees can manage on their own. Do away with accrual process. Comp Time should be given.
Project Administrator (Current Employee), Los Alamos, NM – July 27, 2012
Pros: great benefits
Cons: federally funded
A typical work day starts with a 7:15 am plan of the day meeting, followed by another 8:00 am Construction Management Meeting. Extensive Calendar Management, and assisting Program Managers throughout the day.
Software Engineer - Graduate Student (Former Employee), Los Alamos, NM – July 10, 2012
I had a great time working at LANL. The people you meet and work with make the entire experience unforgettable. Everyone is willing to help you gain knowledge and insight to problems and help you find solutions to solving them. FANTASTIC work environment with very hard working, helpful, and smart people.
Over the past thirty (30) years I have conducted quality assurance audits, surveillances, assessments and oversight of safety-related and risk managed practices and developed quality assurance plans and procedures. I have been certified as Lead Auditor since 1989 in accordance with American National Standards Institute (ANSI) N45.2.23 and American Society – more... of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) NQA-1. – less
Systems Engineer (Current Employee), Los Alamos, NM – May 24, 2012
Pros: awesome teams, willing to teach you, willing to learn from you.
Cons: academic bigotry runs a little rampant
Typical work day is fast paced with ever changing demands. I could not write all the things that I have learned but an example would be how to write parallel programs. Most mangers are awesome. I work with some of the most brilliant minds in the world. Hardest part of the job is staying on top of technology while remaining grounded with still in production – more... technology. The ability to challenge myself to greatness. – less