Supervisor/Manager (Current Employee) – Maryland – November 28, 2016
The more you put in the more you get out. Advancement is possible quickly if you show you are capable and willing to place the mission first. The reason for three stars in that category is the job security. Government contracts are never guaranteed therefore neither is the position. This is no fault of MVM and should not be held as a blemish on their reputation. MVM as a company is phenomenal and rewards those the go above and beyond for the sake of the company. Military vets at all levels of the management team, mean military values are a staple. Respect and integrity are paramount and apparent in daily operations.
Operations (Former Employee) – Ashburn, VA – May 26, 2016
I worked at MVM for about a year and a half and it was the worst place I have ever worked. The work/life balance is non existent! I worked 3/4 weekends every month to catch up on all the work load that was given to me. Management did not care how many hours you put in because they didn't offer OT or early release. Upper management was impossible to work with. They constantly talked down to you and treated you as if you were nothing. Pay is not good. I recently got a new job, doing the same thing but for way more money. There is no job security. If you don't work all day every day you will get fired. If you speak your mind, you will get fired. All in all, just stay away!
Armed Security Officer (Former Employee) – Baltimore County, MD – April 9, 2016
they are not consent with your rules and like to change things to fit them . it a one sided place and not a fun place . its a p;ace where you have to be friends with the high ups to get the things you should get on a regular job . unprofessional.
MVM is a company to work for with that provide excellent benefits and a solid management team. Nonetheless, there are mo potentials for growth from the current position, given my advancement in education (Masters of Science Degree)
Team Member (Former Employee) – Ashburn – June 14, 2015
Served as a training instructor and team member for the US Government Facilities, static security operations. Working the US Government security mission throughout the Iraq region. Duties included asset interceptions to include motorcade escorts, VIP movements, and pedestrian interceptions. Entry and Exit vehicle and personnel searches, surveillance operations using closed circuit television (CCTV). Advanced security preparations, walking movement protective formations, fixed site security, and Quick Reaction Force for all US Government Dignitaries and their employee.
Analyst (Current Employee) – Chantilly, VA – January 29, 2014
With the exception of one supervisor the management team has no training. Treating employees with degrading, demeaning verbiage, being rude, and disrespecting them is not uncommon. This is the CORPORATE CULTURE that is coming directly from the CEO. If you have another choice do not proceed with MVM Inc.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – McLean, VA – July 22, 2013
Sat at a desk at the front of high school for security in school checking students persons and book bags before entering the schools main hall way and signing all visitors in. The principal was great the hardest part was breaking up fights.
Managed contract security guards for a judical center
Assistant Project Manager (Former Employee) – Vienna, VA – April 25, 2013
provided unarmed guards to conduct access control into a court building. maintained lost and found property and property not allowed into building. maintained custody and issued access control key cards to authorized personnel
The management was caring and professional at all times. The most enjoyable part of the job is that I did not have any one telling me what to do meaning I patroled a parking lot where a supervisor checked in every few hours