Imagery Intelligence Analyst (Former Employee) – Springfield, VA – March 17, 2018
Some areas were high tech and exciting, some were stressful, and some had too much paperwork. Mentoring was more than adequate and schools to upgrade your skill set were always available. There was also adequate time and equipment to improve your job insight. I enjoyed the techie stuff. The hardest part of the job was when military/political enemies made uncalculated moves. Culture was supportive. Management was supportive. I learned much about DoD, IC. Mil, etc.
Counterintelligence Special Agent (Current Employee) – Florida – March 17, 2018
A typical day of work can vary from job to job, depending on the field. An employee can add a vast knowledge of information systems, and different ways to contribute to improve standards within each department in the US Government.
Advocate (Current Employee) – United States – February 26, 2018
The job of a United States government advocate was not applied for it was assigned to me. It is an honor in the respect that an advocate can help individuals by helping to mold our laws to benefit less privileged individuals as well as change laws that are no beneficial for our society. An advocates job is never done. You are constantly under the realm of your superiors and most often misunderstood. I like the position because I like making positive changes for our society and for individuals.
Office Administrator (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – February 26, 2018
I worked as a secretary and a receptionist. I performed administrative duties, typing, filing, copying and answering multi-line telephones, etc. We had an hour for lunch on some jobs or a thirty minute lunch break with a 15 minute break in the morning and a 15 minute break in the afternoon.
Clerk Typist (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – February 26, 2018
Loved the flexible time schedule! I usually arrived prior to other staff which gave me time to focus on sensitive/confidential duties. Supervisor was approachable and easy to discuss areas of concern. Great at advising on how to resolve difficult issues. The hardest part was telling certain staff members that their deadlines were unfortunately not as important as other priorities. Although I worked with Ph.d's and Occupational Health Nurses they all treated the support staff as equals.
Journalist and Newspaper Editor (Former Employee) – Garden Grove, CA – February 22, 2018
Oversaw daily production for staff of over 10 employees: Composed and drafted all outgoing correspondence and reports for all personnel: Assigned tasks to associates and freelancers: Staffed projects, tracked progress and updated managers, partners and clients as necessary: Maintained all social media: Various work in video and television production.
U. S. Marine Corps (Former Employee) – Cherry Point, NC – February 8, 2018
The Marines taught me to get up early, take care of my health by exercising, eating right and staying with the job until it is completed in full. After being out for 54 years I still do all of the above.
Logistics Management Specialist/Case Manager (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – February 7, 2018
I thoroughly enjoyed my time as an US Government employee. I was provided fair compensation, opportunity and training. My supervisor was supportive and was always providing ways to develop skills. It was a hard decision to leave my role and pursue another opportunity but I will always reflect on my experience as a government employee as a very positive one.
Orderly (Former Employee) – Lompoc, CA – February 6, 2018
I was incarcerated and required to work, basically as a slave at horrible wages. I realize this is not considered a realistic job, but you asked because I am required to put something to account for my time on my resume.
Contractor Army Recruiter (Former Employee) – Orange Park, FL – February 6, 2018
I was allowed to enjoy my position and duties, my accomplishments in operations opened my thoughts concerning the importance of our military and needs of the defense department this allowed me to grow, I was responsible for the management of personnel enlistment into the military. This allowed me to learn and collaborate with meany agencies and groups of people, While I was training NCO and related, those responsibilities helped me to grow.
Senior Executive First Sergeant (Former Employee) – Fort Riley, KS – January 18, 2018
Working for the Government is extremely detailed and face paced environment. I learned management skills from an entry level position and was able to develop on my supervisory ad managerial skills on a daily basis with great mentors.