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Working at SAIC

  • Stu Pidis in Temecula, California 1 month ago
    Every business has it's own style. What is the office environment and culture like at SAIC? Are people dressed in business casual, jeans and t-shirts, or full-on suits? Do folks get together for Friday happy hours and friendly get-togethers? What is a typical day in the life of an employee at SAIC?
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    SAIC gangster in Bedford, Massachusetts 8 months ago
    they have a good old boy system in charleston sc that pass up good people based on color.yes racist yes racist in 2011.
  • jones in Jacksonville, Florida 11 months ago
    What are the average starting salaries, bonuses, benefits and travel requirements like at SAIC? What do you like best about working at SAIC? Are there any great perks or special treats for employees?
  • Minottx in Bedford, Massachusetts 13 months ago
    Do you work at SAIC? How did you find the job? How did you get that first interview? Any advice for someone trying to get in?
  • Moving within SAIC – 0 replies
    John in Westwood, New Jersey 19 months ago
    How difficult is it to move within the company? I was offered a position that I find interesting, but I'm more interested in some of SAIC's other work. Does the company support moves within, or does that rarely happen?
  • SAIC Internship – 0 replies
    Joseph in Washington, District of Columbia 32 months ago
    Can anyone tell me a little about the SAIC internship program? Also, do they ask for a transcript? Thanks
  • Colorado Springs in Colorado Springs, Colorado 34 months ago
    What do you think -- is this company going to survive and thrive? Are they looking to expand their staff, or do you think layoffs are inevitable? How does SAIC stack up against the competition?
  • Denver Jones FA in Fairbanks, Alaska 39 months ago
    Specifically, is anyone familiar with the details/timeframe of following process as it relates to positions serving defense contracts? 1. COR Approval 2. Security Clearance Crossover 3. Technical Acceptance (from customer) 4. Open Billet Any insight would be appreciated, thanks!
  • SAIC vs BAH – 1 reply
    Denver Jones FA in Fairbanks, Alaska 39 months ago
    I'm fresh out of the military - was a linguist I've been offered a job at SAIC in Bethesda MD for a position as a Geospatial Analyst. The salary is in the high 70s. I've also been offered a job with another large consulting firm - Booz Allen Hamilton. This job is in Mississippi and involves curriculum preparation for new troops flying on a new platform. The salary is in the high 60s. I'm really torn. Just from the interview process, BAH seems like a much better company. I interviewed with 5 different people who told me all about different aspects of the company and what my role would be, etc. etc. With SAIC, I interviewed over the phone with one person and was offered the job the next day. That makes me think it may just be a throw away job that they need to fill a position to get $$ from the government. Pay is less with BAH, but then the area is astronomically less expensive...but then it's also a Mississippi vs DC. I was just wondering if anyone had any thoughts or any what-you-would-do-in-my positions - maybe other factors I might not be seeing. Thanks!
  • Larry Wisniewski in Tucson, Arizona 46 months ago
    I worked for SAIC for 4 years and a little over 10 years ago I was fired SAIC. There was some leadership turnover that caused some bitterness in the office. As a result the work environment became a little hostile and in the mist of it there was some bad feelings between another co-worker and I and she left and before I could find another job I was fired. Anyways, long story short my supervisor did not want to deal with it and let me go stating the reason as occasional tardiness and overall poor performance. (Prior to his taking over leadership all my performance reviews were good as was my “performance”. All these years later I find myself at another base working for another branch and well after 5 years, they are relocating the mission to another state and we are all being laid off. A co-worker that works for SAIC provided me a copy of a requisition from SAIC for a job I am qualified for and would be great at. He is offering to refer me and I have a couple letters of recommendation from current and former supervisors. Should I pursue this opportunity is would it just end in embarrassment and wasted time that could be spent pursuing a position with my current or another company?
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Subcontracts Administrator (Former Employee), Sterling, VAOctober 21, 2013