Program Control Analyst II (Former Employee), Fairfax, VA – January 2, 2014
This was a well rewarding position. I was able to work with several key people that showed me new opportunties. Management allowed me to learn new skills and up trained me for advancement. My co-workers were great to work with and felt like a large family.
MRAP Mechanic (Former Employee), california – December 28, 2013
A typical day consists of little or no work , I learned contracting makes you rusty in your trade and lazy and oh yeah don't believe anything they tell you . the hardest part of the job is sitting around wondering if you still have a job week to week . The most enjoyable part of the job is all the undocumented time off . I have made six figures a year – more... from this job and now I am unemployed and make about equivalent to what a cashier at walmart would make . Don't do it . – less
Server Administrator (Former Employee), Chantilly, VA – December 27, 2013
ManTech was an awesome company to work for. They are huge on training if the money if there, willing to help you get to the next level in your career. Nothing but good things to say about my experience with ManTech.
Productive and supportive to the military branches.
Logistics Analyst (Current Employee), Herot, Afghanistan – December 27, 2013
Pros: free room and board, food, and gym.
Cons: being away from home.
I learned a lot about management. I work alone with 8 mechanics that are the best group of guys you can ask to work with. Overall Mantech takes care of their people. The hardest part of the job is being away from family.
Good company to work for as long as you work under the proper site leads.
Electronic Technician IV, MRAP Heavy Equipment (Current Employee), Afghanistan – December 16, 2013
Pros: great opportunities.
Cons: 15 hr days no time given for sleep and human well being.
Employment with ManTech is a difficult task. There are many problems with leadership not qualified for the position. They might have a degree in Logistics, but are placed incorrectly for the skills needed to operate effectively in management of a certain field of expertise, for example, you should never place someone in a position that employees have – more... the training or experience to do a better job. The CEO always comments that a company is all about the people, however, the people who made the company were the first to go when the government shut down, sounds like it is all about the money. This is the why the co-workers always look out for themselves instead of thinking like a team member. The hardest part of this job was trying to follow the rules outlined in a contract that had to be broken to get the job completed. That is why you hire EXPERIENCED personnel to negotiate a contract pertaining to a certain field of job requirements, not personnel that follow the "favorite buddy" system. – less
Supply Technician (Former Employee), Fort Irwin, CA – December 11, 2013
Helping the military prepare for upcoming CSDP inspections, learned how to maintain and control supply in the Supply rooms. Management and co-workers were easy to work with and also team workers. The hardest part of the job was keep the soldiers focused and maintaining the Supply rooms. I enjoyed meeting and working with incoming soldiers.
Intelligence Analyst (Current Employee), Fort Meade, MD – December 11, 2013
As the AWG collection manager, developed an innovative way to get AWG’s trip reports out to the intelligence community via HUMINT Online Tasking and Requirements (HOTR). Edited reports and filtered information to provide detailed observations from AWG’s global mission set. Solved the problem of AWG’s dissemination shortcomings. Worked with AWG Knowledge – more... manager to develop sharepoint best practices to process AWG reports and make our information accessible to all AWG members, Streamlining work processes to make workflow more efficient with group processes.
Serve as PACOM, NORTHCOM and CENTCOM Intelligence Advisor to the Asymmetric Warfare Group. Responsible for identifying, analyzing, and crafting solutions to the asymmetric threats currently facing the Army and the broader Joint Forces community. Analyze a diverse set of regional and topical asymmetric problem sets and subsequently authors tailored all-source intelligence products in support of AWG’s worldwide mission. Specific products include Intelligence Preparation of the Environment (IPE), collection plans, written intelligence assessments, and briefings. In addition, performs quality control of written products and briefings authored by other intelligence and operational analysts within AWG. – less