Recruiter (Former Employee) – San Jose CA – June 25, 2014
What's a typical day in the Army? It was always changing. Training was always present. Instructing young hungry motivated minds was the most fun and rewarding part of the job. Some of the finnest leaders in the world come from The US military, as were many of which I served with. The hardest part about it, was saying goodby.
Being a part of something much bigger than yourself
Not very good on the family life. Hard for the whole family.
SENIOR Human Resource Manager (Former Employee) – Fort Eustis, VA – August 23, 2017
Very fun work environment, the Leadership was always open to hearing any issue or concern I had as a Section leader and provided timely feedback. We held monthly Birthday potlucks for staff that had birthday each month, which I found was a great Team Builder.
Brigade Commander's Driver, 20th Engineers Brigade (Former Employee) – Fort Bragg, NC – August 23, 2017
- A very regimented atmosphere - Constant attention to detail expected - Customs and courtesies always come into play when addressing fellow workmates - Hardest part of the job was being away from home - Most enjoyable part of the job was serving my country
S. Army Leadership recently tasked all major commands to examine requirements, establish clear priorities and reduce funding and manpower. Resources re-purposed by this effort will be used to "buy back" critical areas associated with maintaining Army readiness.
Calvary Scout (Former Employee) – Fort Bliss, TX – August 22, 2017
The job was very hard and stressful at times but sharing those times with people you consider family was not only rewarding but it made it a little easier. Knowing that you are doing a job that is helping you grow as an individual and helping others that don't have the knowledge base you have give a real sense of accomplishment.
Chaplain Assistant and Logistic Specialist (Current Employee) – Fort Carson, CO – August 22, 2017
Everyday I would conduct Physical Training for an hour and a half from 6:30-8:30. Then after I would return to work call at 9:30 . Everyday I did organizing supply make sure the unit was remaining stock with things If we can low I Placed and picked up orders. As a chaplain assistant I set up events for soldiers and also made sure soldiers maintain their mental help making sure they didn't need religious support all wile maintain my duties as a soldier.
I work in a brigade level Operation work Center. We performed numerous positions and jobs. The lowest rank is E-6(P) and the highest is E-9. My work week was a average of 50+ hours but time was given off. We had a mixed of Military and DoD employee
Healthcare Specialist/Combat Medic (Former Employee) – Fort Hood, TX – August 22, 2017
I disliked my time in the military. The times were awful and the people that I was around weren't much better. There was tons of room for advancement, but since I wanted to get out as quickly as I could that wasn't appealing to me.
Human Resources/Administration NCO (Current Employee) – Shelby, MS – August 22, 2017
This job pushes me everyday to learn something new. It's an ever changing environment that encourages you to push your boundaries. I've learned how to many different sized groups of people, from as few as 5 to as many as 100. One of the best places I've ever worked
Senior Information Technology Specialist (Former Employee) – Team Leader/Vehicle Commander – August 22, 2017
Working in he US military was a great experience. It taught me how to be a part of a team, refine my self-discipline, and lead by example. The benefits were great and the company's overall mission was for the betterment of the United states.
92G Food Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Killeen, TX – August 22, 2017
When I enlisted in the Army, it was for a change in my life. I wanted to do more and ive always been great with helping people so i saw it suit. Once i joined, I really grew into whom I am now. I learned alot of life lessons that i will keep with me forever.