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It was great experience learning the NAVY operations and just the Team work One Team one fight.
ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT/MAIL OFFICER, OTCN (Former Employee), Newport Rhode IslandJuly 10, 2014
Pros: training, work ethics and level of discipline
Cons: focus more on the team been healty and giving time spent working out.
Look forward to working with the Navy daily always was about growing each day with the Changes that the Navy challenge presented.
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Good pay but insane amount of stress
Electronics Technician (Former Employee), USJuly 10, 2014
Pros: benefits, pay, experience, education, travel
Cons: long hours, stressful work environment, severe consequences for minor transgressions
A great way to see the world while earning an honest living; however, there is always an emergency, coworkers lash out regularly due to excessive working hours and countless political hoops must be jumped through to be even mildly successful. The benefits and pay are significant as well as the GI bill: which makes this opportunity worth your consideration.
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Great oppurinty and awesome work experence
Security Guard (Former Employee), Mayport, FLJuly 10, 2014
Every day was a different adventure that I enjoyed. learned many skills and jobs on a daily basis.
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Exciting and fulfilling environment to work in
All-Source Intelligence Analyst (Current Employee), San Antonio, TXJuly 10, 2014
Hard work does not take a day off in the Navy. I am currently rotating 12 hours on shift with 12 hours off shift, for four days at a time with a three day break to follow. I work in a diverse environment and, for the most part, everyone works as a team. It's a nessesity to work as a team in the military otherwise a job goes unfinished or someone gets – more... injured. The hardest part of the job is task management. To determine tasking and delegation are some of the hardest aspects of the job. And determining who is elegible enough to carry out those tasks and making sure the mission is accomplished on time. The most enjoyable aspect of my job is seeing the end result of people's hard work. – less
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great learning and growth can be done in the military
Security Patrolman (Former Employee), San Diego, CAJuly 10, 2014
Hard but rewarding, great benefits and chances to further education.
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Rewarding place to work.
Seabee Construction Mechanic (Current Employee), Virginia Beach, VAJuly 10, 2014
Pros: paid holidays
rewarding place to work with great healthcare. Always has a heavy focus on trainning and the advancement of employees.
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Love working with people and families
Ombudsman (Current Employee), Joint Base Pearl Harbor/ HickamJuly 9, 2014
Pros: dealing with people and families.
Cons: job is not long enough.
I enjoy helping people with anything they need. Information and contacting there spouse if they are in need. I want to give something back to the military by volunteering myself for this position.
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Gas Turbine Electrician (Former Employee), Norfolk, VAJuly 9, 2014
Got to see the world and meet great people. Miss a lot about it. Worked on engines and learned a lot about computer system.
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Machinist Mate 2nd Class (Current Employee), San DiegoJuly 9, 2014
Long days and short nights, hard work, rotating shifts, lots of maintenance.
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Service to my Country
Logistics Specialist (Former Employee), Norfolk, VAJuly 9, 2014
Pros: serving my country and family
Cons: away from home too long
Early days and working on our day to day duties. there I learned how to be a leader, take care of those who work for you and always accomplishing you tasks as a team or when assign individually. management were there to give guidance when need, but you were responsible to lead the troops through the day to operations. great group of guys and girls to – more... work with, you would always count on them to get the job done right the first time. the hardest part of the job was been away from family for a long period of time. the most enjoyable was traveling and then coming home to the USA!!! – less
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Straight to business, productive work environment.
US Navy (Former Employee), Virginia Beach, VAJuly 9, 2014
Lots of good training and leadership, always something new.
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Bartender/ cashier
Sales and Retail outlet worker and Master at Arms (Former Employee), El Paso, TXJuly 9, 2014
Served as a bartender as a side job, worked for veterans and active duty military.
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greatest wanted to make it a career
Navy Reserves (Former Employee), Bethesda, MDJuly 9, 2014
Pros: travel, benefits, people and places
Cons: leaving my child
was planning on entering the full time Navy through the back door of being in the Naval Reserves. I enjoyed the atmosphere the travel and being with others in my area of work, I enjoyed traveling and going to new places and meeting new people from other states. The job of working with the Seabees was the best, I would travel with them when they would – more... go out to the field and qualify with the M16 which I also was able to do. I would report to my Commander when AI showed up, would get my assignment for the day and do what was assigned me. I enjoyed taking care of and wearing my uniform. the hardest part of the job is when my baby came along and I would have to leave him, and that is what ended my Navy career, I felt like I couldn't leave him for weeks or months at a time. – less
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aviation ordnanceman
Aviation Ordnance Technician (Former Employee), Yigo, GUJuly 9, 2014
Pros: travel
met a lot of good people, had a lot of fun, worked every other weekend, traveled a lot.
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Tough yet rewarding workplace
Training Coordinator (Current Employee), Charleston, SCJuly 9, 2014
Training coordinator means you are the project manager for the class of students you receive. You schedule them for all of their events and mentor them through the program, ensuring they all graduate on time.
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Never a stale day
EKMS Manager (Former Employee), Virginia Beach, VAJuly 9, 2014
Pros: people met
Cons: micromanagement
I loved working for the U.S. Navy. The people and the fact that everything was always changing. Kept you busy
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very negative workplace
Machinist Mate (Former Employee), Norfolk, VAJuly 8, 2014
a typical day of work is coming in at 0700 and standing around unil about 0730 then having quarters and starting cleaning stations which is cleaning the same exact thing for one hour everyday. Then when thats over you have to finish whatever your worklist may be which has a wide variety from painting and needle gunning all the way up to rebuilding one – more... of the pumps in the Machinery Room. Then you go to lunch from 1100 until 1230. After lunch you continue to progress on the worklist then when its done you clean up and go home. I learned a lot from the navy mostly negative but it builds a lot of character. When it comes to co workers from an E5 up most of them just sit around and joke around all day while the lower people bust their tail to get the jobs done. The hardest part of the job would have to be being stuck on the ship all day with the same people and a lot of the time you really don't have anything to do you're just stuck there. – less
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Very Rewarding and close work enviornment.
Maintenance Technician (Current Employee), Norfolk,VAJuly 8, 2014
Very advanced training and strenuous life work balance.The work hours are off the charts but the work is rewarding.
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Amazing Job Opprotunity
ORDNANCE QUALITY ASSURANCE/SAFETY OBSERVER (Former Employee), Norfolk, VAJuly 8, 2014
Got to sail around the world which was the enjoyable part and the hardest. Typical day at work out to sea was from 0630 to 1900. The day include maintenance and inventory of ammunition and bombs. Co-workers were great and good professionalism.
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Vehicle Inspector / Police Officer (Current Employee), Norfolk, VAJuly 8, 2014
I have learned so much that I can pass on to others. I learned how to be a follower and a leader.

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