NOC Support Analyst (Current Employee), Alexandria, VA – May 21, 2013
Pros: great benefits
Cons: not many
My time with SAIC has been a great learning experience. The company really fosters progress and improvement. The management does a lot to make sure that employees are productive and moving forward in their careers and goals.
Engineering Technician VI (Former Employee), Stennis Space Center, MS – May 20, 2013
I held many positions with this company, Technician, Supervisor, Field Engineer and Manager. I learned many things about electronics and dealing with customers. The most difficult part of the job was dealing with the customer and the most enjoyable was co-workers and job satisfaction.
It was a very organized company. I enjoyed working for them.
Logistics Specialist Assistant (Former Employee), San Diego, CA – May 20, 2013
A typical day at work was working in the warehouse. We did inventory of supplies and inputted the information onto a database and spreadsheet. We also created bar codes for each individual item. My supervisor was very kind and was great to work for. My co-worker was helpful and fun to work with. The hardest part of the job was to make sure we had the – more... correct amount of items the first time we put it into the database. The most enjoyable part of the job was being to use my organization skills to my advantage. – less
Technical Lead, RCAS Safety Team (Current Employee), Falls Church, VA – May 14, 2013
This was my second time working for SAIC on the RCAS Contract. Worked very hard, but had a good time doing it. Managers did the best they could to manage a difficult customer, who unfortunately were not the end users. Our end users loved us, but our government managers were not always as logical as we would have liked.
Project Control analyst II (Current Employee), Huntsville, AL – May 14, 2013
The workload is consistent and diverse. There is most likely at least one team if not a number of teams that any given person can comfortabley adapt to. Team members are friendly, helpful, and supportive. Local management is fair, helpful and resourceful.
Contracts Assistant/IT Support (Former Employee), Falls Church, VA – May 7, 2013
Pros: great staff members and outstanding management
Can't say enough about the people I've worked with and for. We all worked as one, worked every little issues out together and if someone didn't know something we were all able to gather the required info to help.
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excellent company, great benefits, very satisfactory work environment
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Stennis Space Center, MS – May 3, 2013
A typical day at work is reflected on my resume. The duties are varied. You must be able to interact with many different personalities. Management is very flexible with their employees. The co-workers are excellent. The hardest part of the job is the constant changes with travel. The most enjoyable part of the job is the interaction with co-workers – more... and government employees which is required for all aspects of the job. – less
Cons: bad software management, bad culture, bad contract from the gov, bad pressure, young inexperienced managers, hires only people they can manipulate
If your are serious about employment don't go to SAIC. I know this company well. They are all smoke and mirrors. They want you to think they are the best but after splitting this company is not employee friendly. Read about the New York scandal. There software processes and culture is unreasonable and the managers are not experienced and make poor decisions – more... based on friendships and who likes you. Don't go there. The market is getting strong don't get stuck working for this company. They are not the preferred vendor for government contracts and will loss future contracts. Try BAE Systems or Northrop L3, or others which are way better. DONT be FOOLED, I am telling the truth, There might be pockets of good but Orlando is NOT ONE OF THEM. – less
A typical work day was boring with hardly any tasking. I did learn contracting and financial skills while working for SAIC. Management seemed not interested in my tasking or what my skills were. My co-workers were somewhat friendly. The hardest part of the job was going to work knowing my skills were not going to be used and knowing I would not have – more... anything to do. There were not any enjoyable parts of my job. – less