Great professional work enviornment, yet a pretty relaxed place. Stick to the work norms and you'll be fine.
Research Assistant/Government Contractor (Former Employee) – Fairborn, OH – March 8, 2016
For me this was an experience of a life time. Though the work I was doing isn't something I seen myself doing for a lifetime. I was a Research assistant working to transition into my own Research Scientist. Great pay and benefits. Bills were paid with plenty to save. Just didn't want to be a scientist. At the time it was beneficial for me while I was in school.
Community Outreach Manager (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – January 25, 2016
My day consisted of working with consumers either in the office or doing outreach, assisting consumers with enrolling in Health Plans or assisting with any questions they may have. We had a great management team as well as co-workers. The hardest part was when we didn't or couldn't enroll someone in a plan and the most enjoyable was seeing the joy and excitement when we did assist a consumer with enrolling them into a health plan for some it is the first time ever having Health Insurance.
Logistics Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Egg Harbor Township, NJ – January 14, 2016
Everyone gets along for the most part. Occasionally you have a couple people who have an argument or two. Through the nine almost ten years I've been here I've gotten along with almost everyone. We all joke with each other. Management is for the most part laid back and lets us do our jobs. If I have an issue I can go to my manager without worry of being judged.
Reception/Transporation Logistics (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – December 18, 2015
A typical day at work consisted of me working with a pretty big team to get a specific job done. I honestly can say i learned a lot from the Air Force and the experiences I have had there are going to help me move forward in life. The hardest part of my job was probably was getting the team to speak one work language. We had people from all over the world and it was difficult at first to understand each others mannerisms and such.
Help Desk Anlayst (Current Employee) – Washington DC – April 7, 2015
Great place for growth with great leaders, great co-workers, great team building activities. I learned a lot while with SRA, this was my first job as a civillian post miliatary life, and they have worked with me to make the transition as smooth as possible,
.net developer (Former Employee) – Fort Bragg, NC – March 2, 2015
I worked off site as a contractor. The higher management didn't have anything to do with us, never responding to emails and only talked to us when it was review time. I was left with empty promises from my review around job advancement and training on new technology.
Sales Reps Assistant Software (Former Employee) – Mariposa, CA – January 2, 2015
Loved my position. I worked from a home office, I would love another position like this. Involved some travel, it was great. Gave me an avenue to really get to know the new customers. This is a very small company, and really has no benefits.
system administrator (Current Employee) – Pensacola, FL – October 13, 2014
A typical workday I come to work and make sure all systems are up and updates are maintained. Run my Retina or ACAS scanning program to make sure we have no vulnerabilities and if they are some I work to mitigate them. This was the first time I held a system administration position and have learned a lot from our tech such as building a server, reimagining workstations and servers, and lotus notes. The people that I work with are great. If I need help they are always there to help me. Since I work at a backup site my boss tells me it is ok to learn and break things because that is the only way to learn to fix them.
Student Residential Assistant (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – October 3, 2014
I volunteered as a SRA in my dorm while attending San Jose Job Corps my job entitled that every night, me and two other SRA's had to ensure that the dorm was clean, so we delegated the other students, assigned them chores and made sure the chore assigned were complete.
Technical Writer (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – July 2, 2014
SRA provides a platform for people to work in a field they find sincere interest and will allow an individual the opportunity to personally grow if they want to. Management is very understanding at the SRA buildings, though when working at the client site there is a different atmosphere where an SRA employee tend not to be able to take advantages of the same opportunity as the people who work onsite.
SRA was a great company to work for they took over the contract from SAIC a couple years ago at the NIH. Workdays were seldom stressful, but from time to time we had to roll up our sleeves. Working for the Continuity Assurance Program at the NIH was rewarding, I got to do a lot of hands on work with the Email and Infrastructure Branch, Network Operations Center and Incident Response Teams while working with CAP. This position made you feel important because, the CAP team is the first line of contact during major IT outages at the NIH in Bethesda. I will forever carry on practices I learned in my time working at SRA throughout my professional career.