Mostly retired veterans, very diverse organization
Jr. Specialist (Current Employee) – Fort Hood, TX – November 14, 2017
Part of US government civilians, contractors, US millitary, and Dutch military. Typical Day-Meetings discussing upcoming missions, run ranges, draw equipment, and daily operations. Learned-I learned a lot about how a foriegn military operates. Management- Personally supervised 4 other personnel as well as their evaluations and their schedule. Management was good to work for and fair Culture- Very diverse working culture. Hardest Part-Working on the ranges in incliment weather. Leaving Most Enjoyable-Working with prior military.
Member Service Representative (Current Employee) – Linthicum, MD – June 13, 2016
It was a fun place to work at with friendly co workers. Everyone always willing to help. It was always backed up and we did have a lot of miscommunication which caused members to be upset and call back a lot. Needed some more leadership, the company seemed like it was struggling a lot since they first became S3 in 2013.
Event security (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 19, 2016
A typical day was light work, Maybe even very hard work! Enjoyable sometimes, Depending on how you are as a person. I hated the weather conditions to work in It was horrible I stayed sick Or exhausted, After getting home I felt not to ever want to go to work again. I didn't like to feel that way about a job.
Member Service Representative (Current Employee) – Linthicum Heights, MD – January 25, 2016
This company is a great starter company for those right out of college, in college, and trying to get more experience in the field of finance. It is pretty easy to grow in the company, however since the company itself is new; it has a lot of organization it needs to get together.
lack of communication with management and other departments
Program Control Analyst III (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – September 30, 2015
A good place to start if you want to learn project control and/or contracting. Bad place to be if you have morals and integrity. A lot of management sleeping with co-workers and a lot of management that takes advantage of their position and others.
Clerical (Former Employee) – Fort Hood, TX – September 3, 2015
I loved working for S3. They always had fun at work as well as got the job done. They really cared about you an your family. even though it was a contracted job, they always made sure with they found a spot for you on the upcoming contract or helped you find a job with in your area of expertise.
Consultant, Software QA Lead (Former Employee) – remote work – September 14, 2014
S3 was the greatest job i had. People are top notch. We work mostly remotely. We would meet on-line weekly and sometimes, as required more often to push through some tasks. Once a month, we get together in one location physically, just to have a face-to-face meeting.
Founder (Current Employee) – tarpon springs – March 1, 2014
Founder (tripartite partnership) – I and two other Senior Consultants started S3 in June 2013 to expressly pursue an M&A opportunity (NewCo). The consultancy was to road map and to co-join, where feasibly possible, a theoretical model of the merger of two public cable companies that are both well known for delivering “fiction less content”. The initiative involved the assessment of all Call Centers, call volumes analysis of the performance tools in place and all equipment assets such as servers, storage assets, databases, routers, switches and highest operational spend areas.
Event Staff (Current Employee) – chicago, il – August 13, 2012
if you love to work in place you would usually have to pay to get in to this job is for you. working at soldier field, Wrigley field, U.S. cellular field, & lollapalooza just to name a few of the places i've worked if we worked more hours the pay would be fine