Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Employer Reviews
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Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority
Job Work/Life Balance
Great place to work that fosters teamwork and growth opportunities
Police Sergeant (Current Employee), Washington, DC – December 21, 2012
Pros: compensation and benefits, fellow employees
Cons: working hours shifted with little to no notice.
This is a cusomer service oriented organization. Most days involve assisting travelers using the airports in the Washington DC area.
Safety is a high priority. All divisions work in concert to ensure that customers and employees alike are provided a safe environment. All divisions work interdependently, which means each employee understands their role – more... and how it impacts on others in the organization.
The most challenging aspect of working here may be the 24/7 operation which can require work at odd hours and on weekends and holidays.
What is most enjoyable about working here is the people you work with. There is a sense of pride in the work being done by the workforce. Employees are willing to go the extra mile to provide quality service. – less
Student Ambassador (Intern) (Former Employee), Sterling, VA – November 21, 2013
Pros: learning something new everyday
Cons: standing on your feet all day
Dulles has significant capacity for future growth. With minor expansion, the current facilities could accomodate 45 million annual passengers (22.5 million enplanements). With all future facilities in the master plan constructed, the airport could accomodate 70 million annual passengers (35 million enplanements) operating out of 250 airline gates. The – more... current four-runway configuration has a capacity of up to 600,000 aircraft operations per year. With a future fifth runway constructed, the airfield capacity could increase to 1 million aircraft operations per year. – less
Heavy Equipment Operator (Current Employee), Washington, DC – October 20, 2013
Pros: operate various small and heavy equipments
Cons: low otr miles
Operate various Heavy Equipment in all phase of construction. Transport Heavy Equipment to and from storage and Jobsites. Training Co-worker for their CDL. Temporarily supervise 19 employees, while completing Works orders in 24hrs.
Office Administrator (Former Employee), Alexandria, VA – July 24, 2013
Pros: great benefits
Great place to work, just to much government bureauracy. I was Office Administrator at which I worked for 6 staff members performing administrative duties like travel arrangements, setup conference calls and meetings, produce form letters. etc.
Audit Senior (Current Employee), Washington DC – July 18, 2013
Pros: free mass transit
Cons: media meddling
A typical day at work is to attend meetings, conduct fieldwork and write reports. I've learned multiple discipline in the aviation industry as well as the regulations impacting the aviation industry. My co-workers are great, I enjoy dealing with them most of the time. We respect each and everyone's privacy. The hardest part of the job is when you work – more... at something at a very pressing deadline. The most enjoyable part of the job is the authority's health initiative. We are encouraged to walk, exercise, get physical. – less
I learned a lot and was given a lot of independence.
Intern, Risk Management (Current Employee), Washington, DC – May 31, 2013
Cons: lack of communication
The company is in transition. Many people are resistant to change and new technology. There is a large lack of communication. People get stuck in their ways. Transitioning to a full time position as an intern is almost impossible.
Public Safety Dispatcher (Former Employee), Arlington, VA – October 4, 2012
Working here at Reagan National Airport in there Police Department was very interesting. I had to Receives emergency and non-emergency calls; enters accurate and pertinent information into the Computer Aided Dispatch system; maintains status on all personnel units assigned to the channels; responds to the public safety personnel requests for information; – more... and performs other related assignments as directed. While doing this I had to make sure that I was very alert – less
General Engineering Trainee (Former Employee), Washington, DC – May 7, 2012
Pros: good pay
A typical day at work would consist of file management. This is filing papers, photocopying thing - administrative stuff. Sometimes we would get the chance to get tours around the airport to see what it is that their engineers do on a daily basis. I found this pretty interesting. We would have daily meetings about how we could possibly make the environment – more... for future interns better at the aiport. Also, I found an interest in photography from this job because one of my co-workers was a part-time photographer and engineer at the airport and he had great pictures of the airport. – less