The National Security Agency/Central Security Service (NSA/CSS) is home to America's codemakers and codebreakers.
Senior Mission Manager / Division NCOIC (Current Employee) – Fort Gordon, GA – January 28, 2016
The Central Security Service (CSS) provides timely and accurate cryptologic support, knowledge, and assistance to the military cryptologic community.
It promotes full partnership between the NSA and the cryptologic elements of the Armed Forces, and teams with senior military and civilian leaders to address and act on critical military-related issues in support of national and tactical intelligence objectives. CSS coordinates and develops policy and guidance on the Signals Intelligence and Information Assurance missions of NSA/CSS to ensure military integration.
Juice Plus Representative (Former Employee) – San Marcos, California – October 12, 2015
Teach and explain the importance of health and how to better ones health using fruits and vegetables. Relating balance with mind body and spirit to health. Distribute Juice Plus product to those looking for a nutritional input to their diet.
Press Brake operator (Former Employee) – Saint Johnsbury, VT – June 28, 2012
Learned how to read blueprints. Use micrometers, calipers, depth gauges, and set up machine's. My co-workers were fine to work with. The hardest part was standing all day with poor air ventilation. The best part was my co-workers.
short travel to work.
there wasn't any pay raises and very little advancement.
I loved working at NSA, of course there were long days but it was fun and we were busy so that made the day go by fast. A typical work day i would go in pick up my order list and go to my desk separate them and pick the product from the floor then pack and ship the product. Everyday was usually a busy day. Because my father was part owner of the company the manager didn't really like me but i didn't let keep me from doing my job. I got along with most of my coworkers of course you know in every company theres always a trouble maker or someone who don't like you but other then that i got along with everybody. The hardest part of the job i would say some of my coworkers were very lazy and didn't do there job which made it hard for me to do mine. I loved going in everyday Because it was fun and i liked what i did. I i liked the security of the job and knowing that i would always have a job and benefits.
free lunch, fun coworkers, dramatic atmosphere, great health care
Loved the owner and valued learning about the history of the company.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Collierville, TN – April 30, 2012
Although the owner was great, his management team lacked education and knowledge to run a once small company effectively in todays world. Therefore there was no room to grow because the management team were all "friends".
Arrive 15 minutes prior to clock in time . A brief talk with supervisor and obtain assignment for shift. This can mean quite a variety of assignments and types of machines I could be running for the shift. Report to job site and converse with co-workers/worker about job specifics. Clock in and start job with packet.The hardest part of the job is keeping a machine producing perfect parts with a human at the controls.The most enjoyable part of the job is that I learn something new everyday
Order Prep (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – August 2, 2013
Supervisor's unbearable- Verbally abusive and unprofessional. A typical day was a major marathon. Had to literally run to each work station all day and provide all the necessary materials. However a part of me still loved all the different thing's I did. Creatively it was stimulating. I love to sew. We were not allowed to talk. So getting to know people was hard.
i did like some of the people even though most spoke different languages.
Machinist (Former Employee) – Saint Johnsbury, VT – March 31, 2014
Personally I worked at NSA for 2 years and it is not a recommended place of work by myself, due to the very short breaks, un-appreciation and lack of a health safe environment, if you do end up working here, ask for a RESPIRATOR! preserve your health.
Speaker Academy Member (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – December 20, 2012
NSA is a great organization for those seeking to increase their abilities as a public speaker. Very insightful and valuable information is presented by established speakers from various parts of the United States.
Umpire (Current Employee) – Owensboro, KY – September 30, 2013
I have played softball since I was a little girl so still staying connected with the sport is a dream! Its only during the summer and only on weekend. I try my best to umpire all that I can because i love being outside and working with these young ladies!