Reserve Component Advisor J8 (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – August 30, 2016
Self starter, great group of co-workers. Great place to have the opportunity to make decisions that will affect not only the current joint force but the force of the future. The most enjoyable part of this job is dealing with a group of professionals that as a group want to make a difference.
Served on the Executive Level and worked as a Team Player. Great Experience learning Organization skills, time management, fast paced environment. Adopted additional Human Resources skills and taking care of personnel.
Program Manager and Supervisory Training Specialist; Senior Writing Instructor
Project Manager JS Training Center (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – July 10, 2015
I love working at the Pentagon, for the Joint Staff...there's so much to be done and the best people on the planet are here to do it! This is a really active environment...and it is completely responsive to our Nation's Defense needs...there's much to be done and the best people are here to do it!
The incredible people...diversity of skills, cutting edge work environment
MEDICAL SUPPORT ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – June 7, 2015
Worked in the clinical area. Setting up appointment for military personal. Filing military records. Working with military doctors and nurses. Assisting military personnel with setting up doctor's appointments and keeping appointments.
Intern (Current Employee) – Pentagon, VA – April 15, 2015
It is great working at the Pentagon. As an intern there are a lot of great opportunities to learn and meet a lot of people. Unlike other internships I have done at this internship I am able to get hands on experience that will help me in future jobs.
Aide (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – March 16, 2015
A daunting organization to be apart of - slow moving bureaucracy can make small challenges seem bigger. A plethora of resources in the building to maintain a high quality of life - gym, food court, pharmacy, etc.
SENIOR TV PRODUCER & CHIEF OF MEDIA TRAINING (Former Employee) – Pentagon Washington DC – February 12, 2015
A great place to see and participate in history. I learned much about the craft of communications and about mentoring and managing people. The hardest parts of the job were also the most enjoyable--working with people to create subjective methods of objective reality.
MANAGEMENT ANALYST/CUSTOMER SERVICE SUPPORT (CSS) (Former Employee) – Bolling AFB, DC – November 24, 2014
My job was very demanding and rewarding because I support customers all over the world to support the military and government with departmental publishing. Supported all callers and employees within the Departmental Publishing Office incoming and outgoing.
Office of Budget and Reports (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – August 25, 2014
After a 20 year career in the US Navy, I was well prepared as I started my second career as a federal government employee. The Navy taught me the work ethic and dependability qualities employers are searching for. My managment and workers were just as dedicated and hardworking as I was. The hardest part about being in the Navy was leaving family behind and the best part was returning home.