Scientist / Mid-Level Strategist (Former Employee) – Falls Church, VA – September 18, 2017
Small, but well-run. The top leadership shows an interest in employees' personal development, resulting in longer retention times and lower attrition. They are not always able to obtain the larger and more lucrative contracts, but also do not underestimate their own ability to perform at a very high level.
They were good people who cared about their employees. They were just in a situation as the subcontractor that created problems. I truly felt as though camber tried very hard to care about their people. i felt sad when I had to leave. I wish I was able to work for them on a different program.
Camber provided a solid support structure and opportunities
Program Manager/Project Manager (Former Employee) – Fort Belvoir, VA – May 8, 2018
I managed a globally deployed group of seasoned professionals as a part of the Camber team. Our team achieved a significant number of successes working collaboratively with our customer. These successes were directly linked to the Camber team's experience level and "can-do" attitude.
Camber's desire to promote from within.
Difficult to coordinate meetings for a globally distributed work force.
Aquisition Analyst (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – May 1, 2018
There wasn't enough training in the fast paced and disorganized department. The department handled Foreign military sales which is very different contracting requirements. These things made it a difficult job
Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Lexington Park, MD – February 14, 2018
company lacked overall middle management and strategic vision. They could have been competitive on multiple contracts but did not adequately staff to meet contract requirements. Having a good tool set falls on middle to upper management, which Camber lacked.
(IMD/HUMS) Field Support Representative (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – January 26, 2018
Worked for Camber for 10 yrs as a Field Support Representative for a Navy Contract. It was the best experience I ever had. Worked closely with the military, program development and while there were long hours, it was always a sense of accomplishment.
I was only there for a short time and was very unhappy. I felt when interviewed I was mislead regarding the position I applied for. Management was not engaging with staff and had a very nasty attitude towards everyone which caused bad office morale.