Turbine Engine Mechanic (Former Employee) – Ar Riyāḍ – July 21, 2018
Work place were pretty good and managements took care of all the employees with respect. Maintenance supervisor were very curious and knowledge on all the subject matters. Work place were friendly environment atmosphere, and it's great place start on aviation career place.
Supply Technician (Former Employee) – Maryland – July 17, 2018
Great work environment! My manager was the best I have ever had! The only thing about working for DynCorp in Southern Maryland as a supply technician would be the supply department needs to be more organized. Maintenance Control needs to back off and let supply do their job. If they do not believe in supply they need to hire people who can get things done, and who are more motivated.
Quality Control Manager (Current Employee) – South West Asia – July 16, 2018
DynCorp International is a good place to work and also develop into a leader. While working over in South West Asia, you can expect some long hours and at times, some difficult challenges. However, though, to a person like myself who likes to take tough assignments and difficult challenges, this job helped explore new ideas within..
90/30 Rotational (90 days of work 30 days of vacation), flexibility to manage the Quality Department
Maintenance Lead Mechanic (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 15, 2018
Under paid, over worked. Your just a number and not an asset to the team. Management could care less that your salary is based on 40 hour work week. 50+ hours a week are common with no compensation for your extra hard work. Good job is not a part of the DynCorp vocabulary. Company management will step over a dollar to pick up a penny.
Excessive Hours worked per week, pay is low, not enough personnel
Subcontracts Administrator (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – July 11, 2018
The working environment at DynCorp International LLC is a group effort depending on which organization you are in. Some department are more willing for group discussions verse others that do not want to expose their errors.
Great place, being the lead expeditor is an awesome position. I feel comfortable here and enjoy the people as well. Being able to get as many aircrafts up, by calling, emailing; other places are fun and I learn a lot
Aircraft Maintenance Supervisor (Former Employee) – Ridgecrest, CA – July 10, 2018
Overall a good company, however I worked third shift and didn't have much contact with upper management. Very fast paced environment it was real easy to get two hours behind what is going on with a short lunch break which could take up to an hour to catch up with where maintenance was at for the flight schedule.
Movement Control Coordinator, Mid (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – July 9, 2018
Daily we coordinated and scheduled movement of cargo with military and civilian personnel. Management could use some help as far as being trained and caught up on the knowledge of what is done by the employees they are in charge of. Most of the management, managed by threatening the employees jobs rather than offering learning opportunities to better the job environment. The work environment was mostly tense with a few employees taking on the weight of others rather than everyone pulling their share of the work load.
Aviation Mechanic/Avionics (Current Employee) – Maryland – July 7, 2018
DynCorp International is an excellent place to work. They offer competitive pay and benefits. The supervisors strive to be a leader rather than just a boss. I would recommend DynCorp to anybody who desires a good career.
Aircraft Mechanic (Former Employee) – downange – July 6, 2018
DynCorp as a company and management never changes. They always will bid low and take away more from employees just to get the contract. They recently won back the army LCCS contract they lost 7 years ago only to bring in the same type of management that lost it in the first place. New rules, Less pay, less medical benefits, bad management, bad logistics. When will they ever learn. While the military gets the largest budget ever they are getting what they paid for by hiring DynCorp and M7 Aerospace. The Army paid for the lowest bidder and got the same junk they got rid of 7 years ago.
Phase Team Leader (Former Employee) – Saudi Arabia – June 30, 2018
Great Company to work with, very flexible, the down part was that it was in Saudi Arabia. Other than that great place to work with. The management was great the most joyful part of my work was working with helicopters.