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Navmar Applied Sciences Corporation Employer Reviews

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Great company, great support, great benefits
ISR Operator/Instructor (Current Employee), Lexington Park, MDJune 29, 2013
Pros: benefits, profit sharing/bonuses, compensation, staff support
Cons: work/life balance
Navmar is a great company to work for. They believe in giving back to their employees and the pay, bonuses and benefits are generous and well above average for the industry. The staff support is top notch. Over the years I have had to deal with payroll, HR, travel, and management on a regular basis. Everyone is always very friendly and prompt with providing – more... support. I have only good things to say about the company itself. The reason I am leaving is strictly the nature of the work. Most jobs are overseas. You typically get 30 days vacation per year total, which is the only time you can make it home. This isn't the company's fault however, the policy for vacation come from the client (in most cases the military). I wish I could stay with the company, however I need more time at home. – less
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Deployed work environment
Technician and Mechanic on TigerShark UAS (Former Employee), Yuma, AZMay 28, 2013
Six to twelve hour work days seven days a week. Variable work load dependant on weather. Work space can be cliquey.
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Aerostat Operator
Aerostat Operator (Former Employee), AfghanistanMay 18, 2014
Pros: decent pay
Cons: management
Horrible ethics! What you sign as a contract is not kept. Per diem as stated in your contract @ $15 per day in Afghanistan is changed to $3.50. Tuition reimbursement does not apply to OCONUS. I missed that one on signing day. Vacation pay, do not expect to get the same pay as OCONUS even though you earned the vacation pay under a salaried amount. When – more... you come home, they will have you pay for items like a cheap laptop and storage device. Its yours when you arrive but not when you return. No mention that these items were returnable just like the list of supplies that is issued to you that you keep then while deployed changes from month to month and ends up you return everything but your underwear. Good riddance to this company. – less
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Aerostat Operator Kandahar Province, Afghanistan
Aerostat Operator/Avionics Tech (Former Employee), AfghanistanMay 8, 2014
Pros: salary & benefits
Cons: good ole boy network
It's a great company to work for if you're into the "Good Ole Boy" network. The pay was great along with the benefits. During my training I was told that I would be getting a raise after 6 months but of course it didn't happen. Other than my petty grievances, I would recommend this company.
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PGSS Operator/Mid Level Technician (Former Employee), Kandahar, AfghanistanNovember 8, 2013
They were great. The pay was great and the management was great. They had a fun safe working environment.
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Great Staff, always there to assist you
Aerostat Operator/ Team Lead, Afghanistan (Former Employee), Helmand Province, SW AfghanistanMarch 31, 2013
Pros: saving lives
Cons: living in an austere enviroment.
I was on call 24/7 and we worked 12 hour shifts.I operated Aerostats and did long range surveillance. we trouble shot problems and patched bullet holes in the balloon as needed. Management was always there to lend a helping hand everyone on the COP worked together as a team to get the mission accomplished. The hardest part about the job was the long – more... days at times. The most enjoyable part of the job was when we could see the difference we made first hand.. – less