Cost Analyst (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – May 20, 2013
Worked for them for short period of time. They work hard for contracts, but by cutting costs (salaries, coffee, etc..) I guess that's how it works in this industry. Generally take care of their employees.
Engineer (Current Employee) – Lexington Park, MD – October 18, 2016
The overall work is great and fundamental towards any engineering career. The hours are normal and can be flexible. The coworkers are knowledgeable and for the most part, easy to work with. The management is lackluster. Not very aware of the surroundings and lacks knowledge of the team and their abilities. Okay place to work.
Wyle takes care of their employees and creates a fun work environment
Field engineer (Current Employee) – Lemoore Naval Air Station, CA – February 25, 2016
A typical day at Wyle starts with the team checking on the day's scheduled events ensuring they don't need to be rescheduled. The team culture is invaluable for mission accomplishment. Everyone feels like a valuable part of a good running machine. I learn different reporting criteria and new training presentation methodology weekly. I manage several programs to ensure an efficiently run process. Management is at a different site so our system is a team management of all associated tasks. This holds all team members to their individual responsibilities from a team concept. The most difficult part of the job is the lack of job security. Being government contract several things can happen. The contract can be cancelled and everyone becomes unemployed, the contract can go to a different company with no guarantee the original cast moves to the new positions, or the management could transfer to civil service with no guarantee of original employees transferring to those positions.
Excellent pay, good benefits, good 401K plan with matching funds.
Decent company with poor management and leadership.
Flight director (Former Employee) – McAllen, TX – July 6, 2016
Extremely disappointed with the way CAS handled a situation myself and another employee were involved in. No integrity, in higher management. Manager of the CBP mission is one of the most incompetent man i've ever worked with. S**T sure floats to the top with CAS.
Wyle's role is the placement of professionals in government support positions. The company was dependable and supportive of the embedded staff. I worked in an Air Force office and only interacted with Wyle as the official employer.
Configuration Data Manager (Current Employee) – Wright-Patterson Air Force Base – July 20, 2015
This company is many sectors of government support. My experience has been very positive. I work on location with the Air Force and feel that Wyle provides me excellent management support from my remote location. The pay is good, the reviews held in a timely manner and pay raises every year. I am not micro managed and appreciate the freedom to complete my contracted duties. The company is appreciative of mature and accountable support staff located away from the company office.
Senior Military Analyst (Current Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – September 9, 2014
The management of Wyle/CAS Colorado Springs truly cares for employees. We are continuously updated on the happenings within Wyle Inc, by having regular gatherings (local breakfasts) occasionally. This is usually a great time for our managers to let us know what is going on within the company, how current contracts are going, what our customers are saying and if they are pleased with our work. There is a focus on families, and our holidays are always emphasized, with holiday family get togethers at the CAS Office each season. It's a great time for everyone to bring food, and share.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – October 6, 2014
I thoroughly enjoyed being part of the Wyle CAS team, although it was short lived. Daily management I worked with created a team environment - great communication and there were no "Big I's and "Little U's."
SR. XML DEVELOPER (NATIP/NATOPS) (Current Employee) – Lexington Park, MD – September 27, 2015
Daily work requires development and maintenance of XML DTDs and FOSI required for Naval Flight Manuals and development of new XML tools to enhance production and reduce costs. I personally designed all of the XML applications for two types of flight manuals (NATOPS and NATIP).