I spend 100% on my day working email and 40% making calls. Our company is not very big but a few of us have been here for over 5 years. This company is very understanding when it comes to your personally life. I love we don't have to dress up everyday makes for a very comfortable environment. I've been doing my same job over 4 years and have a great understanding on what to do so I don't have any hard days.
Not to many people and you don't have to deal with office drama.
• Managed patching and configuring before the code release into production. • Planning and managing release activities according to existing release s
Build Engineer and Release Manager (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – October 31, 2016
• Develop a minute-by-minute plan for managing the release and document the changes. • Seek exceptions for off-cycle releases from Technology Change Management team. • Automated build and release process.
Program Manager (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – July 22, 2014
USAC offers a wide variety of benefits and provides a workplace that is fairly non-stressful. Very few employees work late into the evening or on the weekends and the work week is almost always just 40 hours. The leadership team is very bureaucratic and promotions do not always go to the most qualified individuals.
• Automated build and release process. • Experience with development and writing scripts. • Used Maven and ANT scripts to build the source code. Suppo
Build and Release Engineer (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – March 7, 2016
• Automated build and release process. • Experience with development and writing scripts. • Used Maven and ANT scripts to build the source code. Supported and helped to create Dynamic Views and Snapshot views for end users. • Implemented & maintained the branching and build/release strategies utilizing Subversion.
Manager level (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – July 29, 2013
Few opportunities to advance once you are beyond entry level. Essentially no raises, even for top performers, for several years. Promotions also come with least possible salary increase. If you are looking for a mission-focused job, this isn't it - but if you want to keep the status quo, this may be the place for you.
Exciting work place with opportunity to use new technologies
Software Developer (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – September 29, 2014
USAC is competitive work environment that allowed developers to try new technologies. With SCRUM methodology as software development method, the time for planning, design and development and testing was well utilized.
The piers and management was nice and co-operative.
Universal Service Administrative Company (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – July 3, 2013
• Used the AGILE Methodology for developing the application. • Responsible for designing the ASP.NET application using .NET Framework MVC architecture. • Created Client side validations with JQuery and Server side validations with ASP.Net 4.0.