Security Contractor (Current Employee) – Wahiawā, HI – November 17, 2015
Moral is usually low do to poor communication or lack of visibility from management. It would be great for motivation if there is constant talk on promotions or possible job movements. They take care of employees through money and benefits tho so i aint complaining
Dispatcher (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – June 7, 2015
I enjoy working for omniplex, they are a company who stand by a high standard with their employees. There is an array of opportunities omniplex offer within the security filled. A typical day at work is screening huge groups and escorting high profile executives to their meeting. The most enjoyable part of the job is working as a team with highly skilled guards. The hardest part of the job is working long hours, doubles and rotating shifts. Management work closely with the security staff to ensure quality control. I learned to be humble, consistence and high detailed when needed.
Manager / Senior Security Specialist (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – March 21, 2015
OMNIPLEX is a good place to work, The staff are great to work with. I loved working with my coworkers. They are true professionals and experienced. A typical day at work can be stressful and enjoyable. The hardest part of the job is communication between the departments.
ACCESS CONTROL SPECIALIST (Current Employee) – Fort Gordon, GA – May 29, 2014
I decline to answer. Thank you for understanding. But, I have worked for this Omniplex for almost 3 years. As of now I so not hace anything positive to gainful to say, except I have a job to provide for my family.
Armed Access Control Officer (Current Employee) – Northern VA – March 19, 2014
Very boring job with little room for advancement. This is due to their expectation of a high turn over rate. Most People use the job to gain a clearance and leave ASAP. Management is terrible and only has it's own agenda in mind. Omniplex pays decently but other contractors pay their workers more with a lower clearance. This job is unbearably boring and working conditions can be harsh with 12 hour shifts outside.
decent pay, looks good on resume, not difficult, get a clearence
ACS, SSM (Former Employee) – Hawaii – February 27, 2014
I honestly considered to stay in this company for a long period time until I got suspended for something silly. Management is such hypocrites and run with a high school attitude. They give a promotion and they take it away for some silly reasons such as the company is not making any money.
Almost everyday is different and your always learning something new
Access Control Officer (Current Employee) – virginia – July 13, 2013
A normal day is opening post and fallowing post orders. But on most days you can have more than on top priority. Such as taking care of VIP, logging in persons, checking access for uncleared, escorting, responding to a number of codes/emergencies, and watching for suspicious activity. I've learned how to keep things functioning with out power so that the site doesn't have any breaches. I cant really say if theirs a hard part of the job because of all the constant training.
This is the worst company I have ever worked for. They come in and cut pay, refuse to work with you on scheduling, force you to work 20+ hours of overtime weekly, and give raises then take them away. The only plus is that they sponsor you for a clearance.
An overall good company that gives new comers a chance.
Security Supervisor (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – January 7, 2013
This company would be great if they had better project management. They provide many opportunities for advancement! However, employees are often left over/under worked without adequate breaks during their shifts because of poor management.