Productive and fun when we will have our Holiday Party and outings.
Special Project Officer (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – February 24, 2015
Working with Trinity Technology Group was a very productive typical day in meeting daily quoters. Also my time with Trinity was a very learning experience. I was able to advance quickly with my knowledge of Personnel Security and my managerial skills. Management was very willing to approve training classes with OPM for the Team Leads to implement new changes in the daily activities with co-workers. The hardest part of my job was not knowing if the contract will be pick-up for renewal. I enjoyed working with my co-workers and my Project Manager, because everyone was happy when we met our monthly numbers.
recorgizes their employees on a monthly basis for thier outstanding performances with a cash award.
Trinity Technology Group is pretty fair company overall
DEPUTY PROGRAM MANAGER OF OPERATIONS (Former Employee) – Manassas, VA – November 3, 2017
Most days were slow but there was monthly travel involved. Corporate liked to make excuses about why things were not completed in a timely manner. IT did not respond in a timely manner causing a lot of down time. Special projects were assigned with little or no time complete prior to the deadline. Management basically ignored the satellite office until something needed to be done.
Supervisory Transportation Security Officer (Former Employee) – Santa Rosa, CA – August 17, 2017
The days at Trinity Technology Group were pretty long when I was there. We worked about 15 hour shifts with multiple lunches but the days went by quickly. I learned a lot about screening and what it's like to be a supervisor. The management at the time was the best I've had in any job. The hardest part of the job was dealing with irate passengers but if you have good people skills it's no problem at all. The most enjoyable part of the job was learning about all the different machines you use for screening.
This company provided weeks of in depth training as well as on the job training to develop confidence in your abilities to ensure safe travel for all airline passengers. Decent starting pay and benefits.
Transportation Security Officer (Former Employee) – Santa Rosa, CA – May 29, 2017
Trinity Technology Group is a great company to work for if you play your cards right and fit in with the right people. The most enjoyable part of the job is knowing that you are doing something to contribute to the safety of the public.
It is really hard to advance in this company if you aren't close with the managers. I've seen people get fired because an employee that has worked there for 5+ years, who got along with the program manager, didn't like the person and wanted them gone. So politics definitely plays a roll.
Lack of Advancement opportunity unfair treatment by management
TSO (Current Employee) – Belgrade, MT – October 28, 2016
I have been a TSO for Trinity Technology Group for a few years now. Employees are treated poorly and degraded by management. No chance for advancement unless you are friends with or dating a member of office staff or management. Smart hard working people are not rewarded or given a chance at promotion for their hard work and dedication instead they are belittled and degraded
Security Training Instructor (Current Employee) – Kalispell, MT – September 16, 2016
TTG only cares about their bottom line. Employees don't matter to them. Employees will give 100% and not be see as an asset if there's nothing in it for the managers. Officers are regarded as property that will be replaced at a whim. "Quit if you don't like it" seems to be their motto. Promises made are not kept. Upper Managers protect themselves and each other. DO NOT trust this company and its many, many lies!
TSO (Former Employee) – Sarasota, FL – August 22, 2016
This is a horrible company to work for. Management lies to their employees. They will make promises to everyone in orientation, ie working with you on scheduling, and then turn around and tell you you must report at a certain time or else. They build themselves up like they are the best company to work for, are great to their employees, are there for their employees, but when you ask for help, they are NOT there for you at ALL!!!
Every man for themself, management doesnt care about their employees, management wont help you to succeed
From start to finish, it was a hands on, all hands on deck atmosphere. Focus is key for security. I learned so much in this job; worked with all different kinds of people. Taught me about security and what is happening in our world;that the threats are very real.
Decent pay but not worth the scheduling and the hiring process takes months.
Transportation Security Officer (Former Employee) – Sioux Falls, SD – September 2, 2015
Starting pay for this position is decent but pay increases are few and far between at about 1%. They are never fully staffed at this location due to high turnover which has a lot to do with the scheduling. With only about 25-35 employees at the Sioux Falls site there is zero room for flexible schedules thats seniority based with only 1 person per shift having sat and sun off, 1 person having fri sat off and so forth which basically means you will Indefinatly work sat and sun every week as part of your schedule. They have 2 shifts with only a select few that work hours in between. Otherwise you start at 4-430am off about 1230 or start 12-1230 and work until the last plane leaves which on average runs between 7-930pm unless there's a late flight then you stay until all planes have departed meaning it's possible you will work until midnight. The benefits are also costly so I would not recommend this company unless schedules, lack of advancement opportunity, and poor benefits are things you aren't concerned with or worth the 14.85 an hr.
Times goes fast when busy
No weekends off, limited shift variety, pay raises rare
Lead Screener / Information Technology Support (Current Employee) – Tupelo, MS – June 25, 2012
A typical day would consist of screening passengers according to TSA guidelines before boarding the aircraft. I have learned alot about the security field all while still using my computer background. Management is good, just having to change location. Overall the job can be very stressful at times by making sure that every passenger is boarded on the aircraft safe for their travels. Enjoyable parts of the job is you get to deal with all types of people on a daily basis. I have made some of the best friends I will hold on to for a lifetime through this job.
compensation and benefits are good. great friends and great passengers.