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Very solid place to work, with few downsides
Senior Business Development Manager (Former Employee), Annapolis Junction, MDApril 17, 2015
Very solid place to work, with few downsides. My focus was on a particular customer, so I did not have perspective across the entire corporation, but I always enjoyed my work here.
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Great place to work
HP Expert Technical Analyst (Former Employee), Richmond, VAApril 17, 2015
Pros: Stable Company
Cons: Relocation Requirements
Participate in foundation (inventory planning, order processing, purchasing, and finance) workshops to outline key components of the SAP organization structure and map US Army Logistics and business structure to a new model. Work with project teams to analyze and document current state business processes and procedures for Windows Mobile on NetWeaver 7 and SAP ECC 6.0
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Productive and cutting edge technology company.
RF COMM ENGINEER III (Former Employee), Palmdale, CAApril 14, 2015
Pros: Extremely exciting work.
Cons: California prices were a killer.
This company was a dream job in every way besides being in California. I couldn't afford to live there on the salary. If it was not for that fact I would still be working there today.
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Good job
Test Engineer (Former Employee), Newport News, VAApril 13, 2015
Make sure all VTC/AV equipment is used in proper manor. Schedule VTC's for VIP's . Perform maintenance on VTC's and AV equipment.
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Great learning environment
Senior Security Analyst Department (Current Employee), Washington D.CApril 10, 2015
Able to express ideas and develop skills. The company allows growth through the many opportunities within the company.
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Good place to work
Business Process Requirements Analyst (Current Employee), Woodlawn, MDApril 8, 2015
With the right management, growth is possible. Customers are good. Work has its ups and downs with some contracts being more active than others.
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Great Company
Logistical Analyst/Technical Trainer (Current Employee), Richmond VaApril 7, 2015
Great Company.. Friendly company. Great healthcare and 401k. You are treated like a person. They respect your opinion
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Great experience, but could be better
Intern (Former Employee), El Segundo, CAApril 6, 2015
I enjoyed the time there as a high school student, but the work that needed to be done with my skill level was not too exciting nor challenging. Other schools participated, but students in the morning session had the most opportunities to do projects and had mentors who weren't exhausted from the day's work. However, at the end of the day, it was a good opportunity to be exposed to the engineering world.
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Stressful, but exciting
Network Engineer 3 (Current Employee), San Diego, CAApril 6, 2015
Pros: Always pushing the envelope, growing, learning
Cons: Short on mentoring, bonus/annual review system recently became more challenging
This has been a unique experience, as I have worked at the USMC and Aerospace divisions - with and without direct supervision. I have been pushed to my limits - and maybe beyond on occasion. This company is definitely for someone who does not want to "rest on their laurels". There will be new challenges every day - and new expectations to fill (sometimes with no one having gone before you to show the way). It is exciting and challenging, stressful and frightening - but ultimately, I believe, worth it. The pay and benefits are competitive, but the review/bonus system needs some help - I understand that is a work in progress. There are some of the greatest scientific/mathematical/engineering geniuses at work here at Northrop. It is sometimes difficult to get out of meetings, and get to work, which can be frustrating.
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a wonderful company to work for
Information Systems (Former Employee), Oklahoma City, OKApril 4, 2015
The most enjoyable part of the job were all the fabulous people I got to interact with daily. Everyone was so eager to fulfill their mission to support our nation's heroes.
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Best job ever outside of the military
Logistics Program Manager (Former Employee), Rolling Meadows, ILApril 3, 2015
Pros: Supporting the warfighter
Cons: Senior leadership
Immediate management was great but senior management in the organization need to wake up and realize that the people are the ones making the money.
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Professional work environment with great opportunities for students
Summer Intern (Former Employee), Baltimore, MDApril 1, 2015
Pros: Great Experience for Students
Working at Northrop Grumman was draining, but rewarding. I learned a lot, and connected with full-time employees who were willing to help me learn and succeed.
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Highly visable environment
Corporation Logistics Management Analyst (Former Employee), St. Inigoes, MDMarch 31, 2015
Pros: Flexible Hours
Cons: No sick leave
Direct government support. Everyday is a learning experience. Management care about their personnel. My co-workers were professional. The most enjoyable part of the job is the customer. The hardest part of the job is facing difficulties receiving aircraft from the ship & log books are missing history.
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It's work
Software Engineer (Former Employee), San Diego, CAMarch 31, 2015
Pros: Free water and coffee
Cons: Everything else
I worked for a division that was bought out by Northrop Grumman. After a few years, NG began pushing their management style down to these new acquisitions. The culture in the IS department is all about managers promising more than what can be delivered and punishing you when you inevitably fail. The culture is such that people being promoted to the highest level of incompetence is the norm. Compensation it about $10-15,000 less than other departments like AS. Promotions are nowhere. Sad, sorry place.
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Exceptionally innovative and diverse
SEMS Software Lead (Current Employee), Bellevue, NEMarch 30, 2015
Pros: Extensive knowledge base, which enables associates to access information and expertise quickly, to deliver value to our customers.
Cons: Onsite programs create challenges for associates feeling "connected" to Northrop Grumman
Truly cares about their employees, which is a unique quality among the top defense contractors. Strong global expansion policy and exceptional benefits in a competitive marketplace.
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Overall a great place to work
Human Resources Adminstration (Current Employee), Irving, TXMarch 30, 2015
Pros: Flexible scheduling
Cons: Not much room for growth
Overall NGC is a great place to work, however there is not much room to advance or move up. Prior employment experience is not taken into account when trying to grow only NGC experience is reviewed.
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Decent for being a contractor
Jr. IT Specialist (Current Employee), Cherry Point, NCMarch 29, 2015
Easy job but management is not in touch with the employees. Management preforms performance reviews but are not the ones who supervise you day to day.
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always changing
Stock Control Specialist (Former Employee), Fort Irwin, CAMarch 27, 2015
Typical day was always the same. Co-workers were cool, managment could never make up their mind always changing the way they want things done. Hardest part of the job was getting there the best part was the end of the day.
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Great company to work for.
Technical Lead/Assistant Area Manager (Former Employee), Atlanta, GAMarch 27, 2015
Northrop Grumman was a great company to work for. As with any company dealing with government contracts, you have the opportunity to learn a lot as long as you are willing to commit yourself.
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Military shipyard
Electrical Designer (Former Employee), Pascagoula, MSMarch 27, 2015
Process is driven by the ability to review work at any level. Expect to fill out a few more forms for a task. Projects are complex and so tasks stay in limit range for expertise rather than trying to learn everything about each ship.

About Northrop Grumman

Northrop Grumman is a leading global security company providing innovative systems, products and solutions in aerospace, electronics, – Read more

Northrop Grumman Salaries

System Engineer
$84,000 per year
Program Manager
$131,000 per year
Administrative Assistant
$52,000 per year
Senior System Engineer
$120,000 per year
Engineer
$83,000 per year

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