Sr. Application System Analyst (Current Employee) – Chantilly, VA – January 9, 2017
2 year contract - worked until contract ended. I enjoyed my work experience at URS and would recommend for career opportunities if searching for a job. I would like to go back if opportunities are available for my qualification in the Northern Virginia Are.
Managers and supervisors do not care about their employees well being or work environment. Work conditions were unsafe and hazardous. Short staff with low pay results in a low moral throughout the company.
Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Falls Church, VA – July 4, 2016
Planned and scheduled meetings and conference rooms. Prepared and assembled binders. Confirmed employee attendance. Created name tags for employees and guests. Checked and distributed employee parking passes. Responded to facility maintenance requests. Learned to focus on assignment and keep socializing to a minimum. Management was supportive. Co-workers were friendly. Hardest part of job was last minute changes rearrangements. Enjoyable part of work was data entry input.
Electronic Warfare Analyst (Current Employee) – Crane, IN – August 13, 2015
The company is a great company to work for, but a typical work day is stressful due with having to deal with customer requirements. I'm the only one from the company supporting particular tasking therefore my co-workers are all government customers not fellow company employees.
Engineering Technician III (Current Employee) – Linton, IN – April 9, 2015
Company lacks leadership and management skills from positions of power. typical government contractor environment. Little to no promotions from within the company and if they do, do not expect a pay increase.
Program Supervisor 2 (Current Employee) – Lakehurst, NJ – January 17, 2015
Each day brings new challenges and opportunites for process improvements, working with peers and associates. Great employer for former military persons where you can utilize your experience and knowledge in association with others creates a cohesive environment.
Sheet Metal Mechanic (Former Employee) – Tobyhanna, PA – December 12, 2014
The main part of the company itself work well with making sure the important things were taken care of. The sub group that I worked in was not a well oiled machine. Guess it all depends on your direct management. Above average in pay and benefits were decent.
Work with others to ensure we get the pilots safely off the ground.
Aircraft Worker (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – June 10, 2014
Typical day at work would at the start of the shift, is to inspect aircraft for any fluid leaks, also to make sure all aircraft are tied down with chains. Learned overall basics of the aircraft as well as its mission capabilities and functions.
Work daily with 12 or more employees in one work center. The most enjoyable part is towing aircraft driving the tractor and using hand signals with to communicate with the pilots.