Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – afganistain – September 25, 2017
the amount of time that I worked with them was both exciting and rewarding. I found the management was understanding of personal issue. The work was highly dangerous due to war zone deployment. (it was a good job for former military personnel with many war zone deployments)
Fast paced, excellent place to cut your fangs, and great starting point.
Intrusion Detection Analyst (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – September 23, 2017
Depending on your assignment or location to fulfill the client's need. You will gain excellent experience in a short amount time and will learn on the go. Most positions are not for the lazy, laid back, or chill. If your intentions are to ride the "chill" wave and collect a check. Then this company is not for you. You are expected to perform your duties and accomplish them in a timely manner. Most employees (contractors) might have complaints, but it all comes down to work ethic. Either you have a good work ethic or you don't.
Field Service Engineer (Current Employee) – Fort Hood, TX – September 18, 2017
The management team at the Fort Hood site is terrible. They don't provide any training for any of the new employees. The managers assign tasks to untrained personnel and their only source of information are the veteran employees. One problem with that is the veteran employees have all left. The documentation has multiple errors, which causes new employees to not be able to complete whatever task they're given. The rate of personnel hired then leaving is like working at a fast food restaurant. I would not recommend anyone searching for a job to work for ManTech.
Field Service Analyst (Current Employee) – Fort Hood, TX – September 14, 2017
I want to leave due to lack of stability in this job and contract. the mismanagement came from an ultra low bid that screwed over all of the senior contractors. Now I am just filling this out so that the indeed website leaves me alone.
Great company for those retired and who dont have ambitions of career progression.
Technical Trainer (Current Employee) – Fort Hood, TX – September 14, 2017
When not on podium, the pace is very slow and relaxed. you mainly come in, make sure your email is up to date, try out new software updates, give feedback, plan for future events. When on podium the job is great. the students make your life interesting and fun and for the most part they appreciate your labor. It is also great that the company takes you to different places every time.
Slow Pace, Fun when dealing with students.
12 Days PTO, which includes sick time. No progression. Low pay for the position requirements.
System Analyst 5 (Former Employee) – Fort Huachuca, AZ – September 12, 2017
I was fortunate to work with a team of professionals that exemplified support for the warfighter and for our wonderful nation. I was encouraged to continue my education and excel in all areas of my position.
Senior Telecommunications Analyst (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – September 11, 2017
Overall a good company. Your daily work life is going to be dependent on the customer you're assigned to. If you get a demanding customer, as I did, be prepared to do work outside of the normal 40 hour work week. Which is fine if you're single, but may not be ideal for life/family balance. Also they don't pay as well as they need to, to keep talent. When a person can make more working for the Government instead of contracting, there's a slight problem.
Release Manager / Senior IT Analyst 1 Contractor (Former Employee) – Hines, IL – September 2, 2017
Working on a team of contractors (on site & remotely) was initially challenging but with the help of excellent project managers efforts were seamlessly blended. The client was very professional and made sure that we had tolls and access needed to perform or tasks. Time dependent, the client also provided face & ear time to address any issue that were encountered and if needed course adjustment.
Flexible start time = sufficient work-life balance
Generally speaking, the cost of health care is will remain a concern until something is done at state & federal levels