Monitoring Tools Engineer (Former Employee), Chantilly, VA – June 8, 2012
Pros: work from home
Great place to work with the option to work from home and the office. bonus payouts are great and they provide good compensation and severance packages. You will work with a diverse group of people in a global environment.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Orange – August 7, 2014
job/position with this company is fast-paced, challenging, demanding, as well as rewarding, enables one to work with different levels of management and co-workers. New skills can be learned each day. Time is of the esence for completing each task and with that you must learn to utilize time wisely, as well as assisting residents with their daily needs, – more... and always learning new skills is rewarding at the end of the day. – less
I am a lawyer interested in being part of an institution that helps me build upon my experiences to pursue my goal of becoming a good lawyer.
I have worked as a legal assistant manager for the intellectual property department, gaining first hand experiences with the detailed work of preparing cases for trial that gave me numerous opportunities to build – more... concise and clear writing skills, which have served me well so far.
I expect to increase my knowledge in different areas of law. – less
Promoter (Former Employee), Boynton Beach – June 2, 2014
Management and I didn't quite get along and see eye to eye. Wanted me to still work even if raining. I only talked to one co worker other than that just went it did my job and left. No real enjoyable parts of the job.
Diverse work culture within telecommunications industry
Sr. Program Manager (Current Employee), Telecommute – April 22, 2014
Managed diverse resources in several time zones around the world. Delivered significant process improvement initiatives integrating, optimizing, and reducing processes used to deliver networks to multinational companies. The most enjoyable aspect of my role are the opportunities to design solutions leveraging IT systems and process efficiencies to measurably – more... reduce level of effort, time-to-market, and cost. Figuring out how things work and envisioning ways to make them better is what I thrive to on. One challenging characteristic of my role was understanding and then leveraging the cultural impact of managing projects across countries such as France, Egypt, India, Singapore, Australia, UK, and U.S. However, the common thread across all cultures was the willingness to contribute and do the best job possible. – less
Electricity Instructor (Former Employee), Goshen, New York, USA – March 22, 2014
Pros: engaging students
Cons: not full time
In this position I taught electrical topics to students wishing to gain knowledge in electrical work. A typical was spent lecturing and guiding students through lab exercises. I was also responsible for creating the necessary lesson plans. I learned how to train groups as small as 3 persons to as large as 25 persons. The hardest part of the job was – more... this was a part time job that I did after my full time job. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing a student get excited about learning about and doing the job. – less
Project engineer (Former Employee), C airo – February 24, 2014
• Leading a project to utilize a common tool for incident and problem ticket handling covering the entire IT service management, associate terminal teams and end users. The solution reduced drastically the time spent to achieve resolution, provided the managements with details on areas for improvement, consolidated the knowledge base within all levels – more... of support and the customer in one database. • The solution serves over 5000 Employees and covers some 200,000 users with a ceiling annual budget of 2M Euros • Analyzed the reports and made decisions for top management review • Was in charge of team building and transfer of knowhow of the outsourced Siemens IT help desk in India to be replaced by a new setup team in Cairo involving 60 new employees to accomplish cost reduction, higher security data handling and a higher flow rate – less
Lead Systems Analyst (Former Employee), Cairo – February 9, 2014
suitable place to build your career, but for fresh grad. I don't recommend as you will stick in service desk or entry level ... if this is the case you need to build your career by taking courses and reading.
Good company to work for with an international outlook. Nice benefits and lots of company events to build a enjoyable atmosphere. A lot of training available to enhance personal and professional skills.
Productive,enjoyable and challeging proposal development
Proposal Engineer/Developer, Systems Devloper (Former Employee), New York, NY – September 30, 2013
Pros: full-time teleworker
Cons: long hours: sometimes 7am to 7pm, some early morning calls to the uk, some weekend work. but it was all worth it because i learned so much at my job
For the past 14 years I worked as a consultant, proposal engineer/developer, and developed various tools/search engines to streamline our huge repository of proposals we amassed. I would sometimes take a proposal manager roles as well, when we are fully staffed mode. I was empowered to initiate new ideas/processes/procedures and integrating a system – more... that would benefit anyone looking for RFP related documentation. The difficulty I faced was that I was the only engineer in my team, thus all of the technical load was on me. I was ready to head a team of technical writers, but due to cost constraints, we were unable to make this as part of our growth within our team. – less
cashier (Former Employee), costa mesa, ca – September 16, 2013
Pros: 30 minute lunches, 15 minute breaks, fast-paced work place
Cons: the pay, the managers had to do a lot for us with the manager key
working at the OCC Bookstore was fun. i learned how to cashier. how to count out, package deliveries, customer service, greeting, speaking over crowds of people. i made friends with all of my co-workers. i am a very friendly person. the hardest part of the job was when the line was gone, and there was nothing to do. my favorite part of the job is the – more... opposite. the most enjoyable part of this job is when there is a big line and i can whip through customers fast. – less
Good benefits and work environment but not much job security
Optimization and productivity manager (Current Employee), Atlanta, GA – August 6, 2013
Pros: great people and great benefits.
Cons: no sense of job security no matter how well you do
Orange has great work from home programs in the US and the offices are also quite acceptable in Atlanta. The people are nice and are easy to work with. The trouble is that Orange has gone low cost and US jobs are transferred to Cairo or India or simply eliminated. Working in the US you get a distinct impression that your job, no matter how well you – more... do it, can be eliminated on some management whim or sent to another country. – less