Heavy Equipment Operator/Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Schofield Barracks, HI – December 19, 2014
It started off great with excellent pay and benefits, after 2 years things changed dramatically had to take a $15.00 pay cut, moral was super low, employee's left the job, etc. After investigation by the Department of Labor company was fined and ordered to pay restitution to employee's. I was cheated and owed over $15,000.00. Several managers were fired, it went all the way up to corporate level.
Arabic Linguist (Current Employee) – Fairfax, VA – February 11, 2016
Company is supportive, but as a sub-contractor has little influence to improving conditions. The company does listen, however they are limited to the contract items and I believe this hurts the customer on this particular contract with employee moral for all the companies.
Everything is driven by contract items and not the companies normal environment
Senior Accountant (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – August 16, 2012
Top management has a great culture, integrity and moral values. Compensation/Benefits is reasonable. Work/Life Balance - great Management -is okay Job Security/Advancement-maybe secured when contracts are up.
in house seminar, policies and procedures are in-place, friendly atmosphere
Administrative Specialist (Former Employee) – Hanscom AFB, MA – November 15, 2013
There was no such thing as a "typical" day - I worked at Hanscom AFB as a Government Contractor, so my duties varied: everything from granting SharePoint permissions to team members, scheduling coordination/calendar management for senior leadership, ordering supplies, to troubleshooting office equipment. My coworkers were helpful and friendly, although communication between leadership needs serious improvement.
Staff Systems Administrator (Current Employee) – Chantilly, VA – May 12, 2016
Great company that will give you opportunity to learn new skills. Very different from other jobs as I might not work on the same project every day.Co-workers are very professional and easy to get along with. They always helped me when seeking help. Hardest part of job is getting guidance from managers when trying to complete a task.
Systems Administrator (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – May 14, 2016
I have worked with ManTech since 2007 as a sub-contractor before being hired full time in March 2008. I have had good experiences with the company. The only issues have come from the client and the way they operate in comparison to other contracts. Large number of meetings requested by the client also take away a lot of time to manage and perform necessary tasks.
Hub Lead (Former Employee) – Afghanistain – June 26, 2013
Overall it is an ok company to work for. I was on an overseas contract. The biggest problems were communication and coordination between cooperate and overseas management. Left hand usually had no clue what right hand was doing when it came to promotions and key leadership positions. where as it took both to be financially rewarded for the positions held.
Computer Operator III (Former Employee) – Sierra Vista, AZ – November 17, 2015
Worked in a very rural location. Received and processed raw field data in preparation for customer review. Worked in very close quarters with three other women, maintained a very harmonious work environment. Hardest part of the job was the drive time, a 10 hour shift was really a 12hr shift, as it was a 1hr drive to and from site in a GSA before returning to our personal vehicles to drive another 45mins home. Most enjoyable part of the job was knowing that I was contributing to the safety of our men and women overseas.
Casual-dress work environment, a feeling of importance
Daily long-distance travel, no break rooms, low job security