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Federal Agent (Former Employee), Oak Ridge, TNSeptember 9, 2013
Pros: overtime pay, ya get to shoot guns
Cons: upper management, "mandatory" training without travel pay, no promotion potential, good old boy system, ludicrous health requirements and broken human reliability program
This place is good for making some quick money, but don't expect to stay here very long. Upper Management in Albuquerque is terrible. Local management is great! It's a very political job with favorites.
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Sr. Security Policy Analyst (Former Employee), Washington DCJune 12, 2013
Fast growing company with lots to offer the right person. My experience was good in terms of what I learned about working with growing companies.
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Interesting Workplace and Mission
Foreign Affairs Specialist (Current Employee), Washington, DCApril 22, 2013
GTRI is a wonderful place to work!
Mission: Reduce and protect vulnerable nuclear and radiological material located at civilian sites worldwide

Goals:
- Convert research reactors and isotope production facilities from HEU to LEU
- Remove and dispose of excess nuclear and radiological materials
- Protect high priority nuclear and radiological materials – more... from theft and sabotage – less
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Project Engineer (Current Employee), Aiken, SCOctober 19, 2012
Over the course of a career, state and local government employees and federal civilian employees receive nearly 1.5 years more in paid vacation and holidays than the average private employee. The average state or local government employee as 9.9 more paid vacation days and holidays than their private counterparts, a figure that increases to 13 for federal – more... employees. Increased vacation time means that employees are properly compensated for their work hours and given ample time and resources to properly recharge so as to better function in their jobs. The government tends to offer its employees more paid sick and personal days as well. – less
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Software Engineer (Former Employee), Aiken, SCAugust 3, 2012
This was a great government internship. The pay was great and we learned alot about technology.
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Productive and fun workplace.
Summer Intern (Current Employee), Wilberforce, OHJuly 12, 2012
Assistant Manager of Marketing
Supervised and coordinated daily operations for a team of five
Developed staff member succession plans emphasizing on skill assessment, training and performance management
Motivated staff to meet store goals and comply with policies and procedures
Trained in Emergency Management, Computer Programming, 3D Graphic Design,
Graphical – more... Information Systems, Research Methodology – less