Soon to be out of college, I started completing minor publication corrections, working my way up to Technical Illustrator. This company was a Federal subcontractor publishing Military Manuals. I had to carry a high level security clearance to perform the work. I enjoyed working there.
Good training how to use equipment & later on, technology.
Due to the secure location, I had to work inside, without any contact to the outside world, no windows!
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA – August 24, 2017
Huge turn over rate. Have to pass a 3 part test fail any 3 and your done. Not willing to train to hire and keep good people. If you don't pass any of the 3 parts. You have to wait a year to retake the tests. Office staff should have to pass a test as well. I'm sure all would fail.
Data Management Supervisor/Section Leader (Former Employee) – Manassas, VA – June 21, 2017
I was hired as the Data Management Supervisor/Section Leader, working on site at IBM, Manassas, VA, in two locations. I supervised eight other employees at both locations in preparing classified information data.
Test Set Up Specialist (Former Employee) – Arizona – May 22, 2014
I set up Test Beds for defense contractor testing military equipment. Because of the U.S. Army Electronic Proving Grounds standards, contractors selling hardware needed to have identical test platforms. These platforms were constructed using various methods including high-voltage electrical hookups, various test arrangements, and targets.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Westland, MI – November 11, 2013
While at Vitro I learned how to work as a team player. I like all my co-workers they were all hard workers. Are managers were always trying to push up to work harder. The hardest part about the job was the pace they wanted you to work at, but once i got use to the pace the job was very easy.
Accounting Clerk (Former Employee) – Fort Walton Beach, FL – July 20, 2013
Due to government regulations, we worked 40 hours per week with no exceptions. Learned accounts payable, balancing bank statements; office equipment. Management was not micromanagers, only 3 clerks in office who had different jobs and worked very well together. Nothing hard about the job and was exciting to learn accounting methods and auditing.
Department Secretary (Former Employee) – Silver Spring, MD – June 3, 2013
Meeting with my manager in the morning. Getting payroll, benefits, and other work duties completed each day. Training the secretaries and making sure their jobs were completed in a timely manner. I learned every thing from this job. They prepared me to pursue other careers. Mangement was great. My co-workers were wonderful. I did not dislike any part of the job. I enjoyed every aspect of this job.