Senior Program Manager; IV&V (Current Employee) – Maryland – June 12, 2018
The workplace culture is based on the leadership, which is focused on the mission. The mission drives the development of new applications that enhance the security of the public which determines the level of intensity in the workplace.
Transportation Security Officer (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 10, 2018
They have a two 2 week training program in a classroom style setting. I was also trained on the job site in which I truly learned what they required of their security guards. We conducted intensive scanning and searching of people and their carry-on luggage.
When on checkpoint, you are under scrutiny from the public and your superiors. You are subject to the emotional states of the passengers and must maintain decorum and control despite the noise and confusion of a busy airport. Strict adherence to procedure and process mandatory for reasons of safety and consistency.
Steady work, good benefits
Limited and expensive healthy eating options on airport site, meal breaks too brief to comfortably digest, limited private space for breaks, very intense at peak hours, sheer boredom at slow times
Human Resources Specialist-Payroll and VLTP (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – June 6, 2018
I would not recommend working here. This is one of the worst place to go. They offer a lot of telework but its not worth it. Its run on fraud waste and abuse of tax payer dollars and no one know what's going on. very chaotic.
Transportation Security Screener (Former Employee) – Miami-Dade County, FL – June 1, 2018
This was the best job, my supervisor was the best and was always willing to teach us and explain all the rules of TSA. If i did not have to move from one part of Florida to another , i would still be with the company.
Human Capital Management and Program Analyst (Current Employee) – Anaheim, CA – June 1, 2018
Leadership in my agency shy's away from change and does not take into account that the world is evolving thus holding employees back from moving forward. No transparency which is the #1 complaint in the component I work for.
I working with survivors, I did enjoy working with a lot of my co-workers. Some of the issues with housing had me wondering exactly what were the rules and regulations regarding repairs on homes as well as the housing issues for the workers during the disasters.
housing management for employees had issues, no trust
This job was/is an excellent resource if your objective is to simply sustain until the next best opportunity arises. However, the possibility to transition into a more secure position is quite challenging.