Former Employee (Former Employee) – California, MD – December 12, 2017
It's hard to say, there has been a lot of management changes over the past 3 months. Partly the reason why I was let go. The company does offer excellent benefits for employees and the costs for those are reasonable.
I've been here a little over a year now, and I am flattered to have been hired into a company with such a great staff of professionals. The management is of the best caliber and create an environment that amplifies success in all levels. I heard from my superiors that NTA receives perfect grade in deliverable s.
Great fellow professionals, great management, competitive salary/benifits
One of the Employee Portals not easily accessible.
NTA had the task to fill open positions at Wright-Patterson through a contract vehicle called ACCESS - lowest possible cost with "technically acceptable" candidates. Lets just say that they took a very liberal approach to interpreting qualifications; pay was low and most folks took a pay cut, but that's the nature of ACCESS - everyone took paycuts.
I don't know if NTA is thinking about being at WPAFB for the long-haul; this might be a good place to be while you sharpen your skills and keep an eye out for other opportunities. Local management is good and I think they do their best as much as possible.
Good working atmosphere and co-workers
Relatively low pay, limited chance to move to more challenges
Logistician (Former Employee) – Dayton, WPAFB – March 21, 2014
If you are looking for a foot-in-the-door type job working for the Gov, then this company is right for you. But if you are a highly skilled professional, then this company will deprive your experience to a whole new bottom level.
General Clerk I (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – February 20, 2014
You are constantly busy at this job. Management needs a lot of work as well as communication. Advancement at this job is non-existent. However, I did enjoy helping out members. The only positive feedback I received was from the members themselves. Never any words of encouragement from corporate. I learned a tremendous amount from this job and grateful for the experience.
Head Supply Tech (Former Employee) – Jacksonsville, FL and Beaufort, SC – February 3, 2014
I worked from 6am until 3pm. I could leave early if going to school and then make up the hours a different day so I could still work 40 hours per week. I learned all about Microsoft programs even more than I learned in school. The management was great, they worked with me to ensure the job was done proficiently. The hardest part of the job was sitting at a desk all day but even that wasn't bad. The most enjoyable part of the job was the flexibility.
Instructor (Former Employee) – Gulfport, MS – August 14, 2013
Instructing students in an encompassing array of classroom and laboratory settings, including: Planning and Estimating, Electrical Theory and Solid State Fundamentals, Interior Wiring, Motors and Controllers, Emergency Power Plant Operations, Overhead and Underground Distribution Systems, and Communications and Cable Splicing. Collect feedback from student critiques of the curriculum and the instructors and provide training quality indicator summary data to the training managers. Ensure lesson plans are concurrent and contain instructor personalization. Write learning objectives, prepare test items, evaluates instructional materials, and the results of instruction.
Satifaction of teaching trade skills to the military