ManTech International Corporation Employee Reviews
Job Work/Life Balance
ManTech International Corporation
Job Work/Life Balance
Rewarding Career supporting IC Agencies and it's minnions
Principal Hardware Engineer (Former Employee), Hanover, MD – June 24, 2014
Pros: traveling the world; being a part of serving your country
Cons: being away from your family; being in dangerous environments
My typical day consist of supporting the IC Gov Cloud, sustaining the AMOD Systems; running cables, terminating/crimping cables, maintenance on Voip systems.
I learned a great deal of experience while supporting these systems for our War Fighters, design and develop equipment processes and systems that involve data networks, communications and display; Develop and maintain technical procedures for all combat systems.
Supervised installation of CAT5e cables and termination of data phone closet’s patch panels, switches, power over Ethernet switches, frames and workstations; Implemented configuration and fault management for a range of platforms including voicemail (IN), HLR (Home Location Register), VLR (Visitor Location Register), BSC (Base Station Controller), SMSC (Short Message Service Center), and IWF (Inter Working Function).
My co-workers were great assets in completing our missions, with building and testing of all systems in lab environment, deploying systems within the field, maintaining life cycle support and compiling data encryption to Agency for target evaluation.
The hardest part of the job for me was waiting for other government agencies to approve our system installs, system support, and our deployment mission outside the CONUS sites.
The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing that our systems directly impacted the capture of key valued targets, changing the course of the war and assisted our military in completing their missions in a safer manner.
Senior Information System Security Officer (Current Employee), Colorado Springs, CO – July 27, 2015
I love it here. However, it is incredibly difficult to get salary increases within the contract. The job is challenging, but provides a great deal of satisfaction in most areas. There are many training opportunities and the government is supportive of the work we do.
Deployment and Logistics Coordinator (Current Employee), Chantilly, VA – July 21, 2015
Pros: Growing experience
Cons: Contract is ending
This was a good step in increasing the skill-set that I began with in the military. The best part of working here has been the ability to help the other employees when they had issues that required attention. I enjoyed being the person that was sought out for inquiries and assistance in deployment matters and being able to resolve all issues.
Program Security Manager (Current Employee), Langley AFB, VA – July 13, 2015
Co-workers and managers are genuine caring people who worry about my advancing, learning and well being. Mantech provides employees with excellent benefits. They care about your military experience and what you have to offer.
Heavy Wheel Mechanic/Logistician (Current Employee), Fort Rucker, AL – July 13, 2015
Pros: Great work hours
Cons: Pay could be slightly better with more incentives.
I have found thqt Mantech has some of the best management staff that I have came across in my years of contracting. This is a great company to work for especially in Conus.Your co workers will soon be like an extended part of your family,
Building Support Specialist (Former Employee), Fort Huachuca, AZ – July 9, 2015
Pros: Team concept
Cons: None really
A typical day was stress free, learned to put together different configurations of rooms depending on the exercise going on at the time, the management was good at getting information in time so there was enough time to actually complete projects without all the rush and stress. Everyone worked together as a team to complete work assignments.
Receptionist/Switchboard Operator II (Current Employee), Falls Church, VA – July 6, 2015
Pros: People and family oriented
1. Very busy all the time. 2. How to do different things 3. Very understanding 4. Helpful 5. When visitors comes and you cannot locate their contacts 6. When they have random gatherings for employees which includes free lunches sometimes
Program Manager (Current Employee), Herndon, VA – June 25, 2015
Typical day is customer focused with internal management of; the contract, the schedule, project initiation, cost and budget management, procurement management, property management and employee management.
Property Management Specialist (Former Employee), Fort Hood, TX – June 18, 2015
Pros: all my co-workers were very trustable
Cons: company not keeping government contract
very enjoyable working with the customers how to be a better supervisor management very supportive my co-workers very knowledgeable of what they do wait for the material to arrive on time work with everybody