ManTech International Corporation Employer Reviews
Job Work/Life Balance
ManTech International Corporation
Job Work/Life Balance
strong company a lot of politics
Manager of Compliance (Former Employee), Herndon, VA – April 3, 2013
Pros: clean, good training, good equipment, good managers
Cons: takes forever to get anything fixed or changed. tood two weeks after i starfted to get a computer, 2 weeks to get a phone and a month to get a cell phone.
This company will be around for a long while. Very intelligent and experienced managers. Very busy and growing. Politics is the killer here. Co-worker are very easy to work but vare affrain of management, will not challenge management or make suggestions.
Hardest part is keeping up with all the constant changes to the rules. Most enjoyable - working – more... with the people and the knowledge that the company is growing – less
Lead Mechainc (Current Employee), Afghanistan – October 30, 2013
Working overseas for ManTech is like working anywhere else. There are days you work hard and days you don't. There are a lot of issue with management but the situation we are in is different from a normal job in the states. The only real issue is that you can never really expect to excel unless someone notices you. Then once they do notice you, then – more... comes the added responsibility with very little compensation or recognition. The best part of the job is hanging with the Soldiers, then that's who you find yourself working hard for...to keep them safe. Because the hardest part is seeing them come back with one less in the group. – less
Security Analyst (Current Employee), Indianapolis, IN – October 28, 2013
Great Company with a lot of growth! • IDS Analyst support detection team CERT/SOC operations in performing duties that include IDS event monitoring and analysis, security incident handling, incident reporting, Threat analysis.
• Monitor and analyze network traffic, IDS alerts, network and system logs, and available open source information to detect – more... and report threats to the networks. • Using a tool such as NetWitness for analysis of any suspicious events or data loss.
• Response to action mitigate risk and provide threat and damage assessment for security threats which may impact to the Health and Human Services networks.
• Support the Incident Response Team during incident investigations, vulnerability assessments, malware analysis, and the development of new defensive security solutions.
• Contribute to a team of approximately fifteen information security professionals working with Intrusion Detection System (IDS) software and hardware, analyzing IDS data, writing reports and briefing event details to leadership
• Maintaining system health for all managed systems: Network Security Managers, Sensors, Network Scanners and Security Information and Event Management systems (SEIM). – less
Engineering Technician 1 (Current Employee), Fort Huachuca, AZ – October 22, 2013
When testing and evaluating Military communications equipment, it is a fun and exciting job when there is testing. Start early sometimes finish late, and weekends when required. All employees on these types of jobs learn, which is always exciting for me. The people I work with are varied in age. The hardest part, working out side when the rain blows – more... sideways, then I adapt and overcome. Knowing that I'm doing work I enjoy. – less
Senior Management Specialist (Current Employee), Afghanistan – October 22, 2013
Great company to work for. I am deployed with ManTech for a little over 3 years. I felt like I was a vital part of the team and even though the days were 12 hours day, I enjoyed waking up and coming to work every day. The hardest part of this job is being away from family.
SAP Security Specialist (Former Employee), Kirtland AFB, NM – October 18, 2013
Reviewed documentation for classification issues. Faxed or scanned/emailed documents for customers. Setup/configure conference room projectors and computers as needed. Perform software updates, create and/or delete user accounts, and transfer files on standalone systems. Assisted government security officers and co-workers with daily tasks if needed.
Field Service Engineer (Current Employee), Afghanistan – October 14, 2013
Pros: paid vacation
Cons: short vacation time
Executed technical tasks related to the setup, operation, maintenance, modification, calibration and troubleshooting of electronic systems, experimental design circuitry, and specialized test equipment. Analyzed and exploited sensor data by providing written, actionable reports to base security personnel and provided real time tips and intelligence – more... to the base security force. Responsible for updating RAID CLS spares and troubleshooting the forecasted and real time diagnosis of equipment and system malfunctions that fail standard corrective measures. Maintained and recorded cancellations, modifications, and status of requisitions for MTSSA, SAMS-E, ManTech Elevated Sensors, shop operations. Coordinated efforts of subcontractors and field service personnel; resolving logistic problems; and compiling data on standardization and interchangeability of parts to expedite logistics activities. Track and record status of equipment procured through PBUSE and SAMS-E.
Well versed in Microsoft software, network design, multilayered/multi protocol network device configuration, and systematic diagnostic troubleshooting. A proven track record of producing extraordinary results while serving as Manager and Technician. – less
ManTech is a government consultant and subject to frequent recompitition of the work.
Program Manager (Former Employee), Belcamp, MD – October 4, 2013
Pros: competitive salary and benefits
Cons: you need to fend for yourself
ManTech is a company with good benefits. The biggest issue is if you are on a task order your will be retained as long as there are no issues. Once your task order is complete you need to push your resume and find a job. If you are willing to relocate, you have a better chance to remain employed.
QA/QC Technician (Current Employee), Afghanistan – October 3, 2013
Pros: saving lives
Cons: working with heavy parts
Typical day starts out with a meeting to pass information on each truck that we are working on.That info is passed by management. The co-workers get together and look over there assigned trucks and form an attack plain of what to work on the vehicle to get it to the next stage of the build. The hardest part of my job is safety. I enjoy being part of – more... a team who takes a military vehicle that has been blown up in battle by an i.e.d and at the end of the build that vehicle is but back into service to protect soldiers. – less