Too large-company that does not spend enough time on its employees
Consultant & Project Lead (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – April 30, 2018
This company formed by buying several different practices and lumping together a large consulting corporation with no culture, and one that does not treat its individual employees all that well. The performance review process they put in place is terrible, pay is non competitive and the career options are almost nonexistant once you are on a contract - you stay there. They did however move to pay for PMP bootcamp which was nice, but to no other end in itself. Happy to move on.
IT Project Manager (Former Employee) – Remote - Work From Home – April 25, 2018
Worked remote from home so did not get a full exposure to the culture and amenities. My co-workers were professional and easy to work with. Company went through several mergers and transitions in a short time which made things challenging.
Corporate needs to do a better job connecting with offsite contractors
Systems Engineer, Sr. Staff (Current Employee) – Springfield, VA – April 9, 2018
Since the offsite contractors represent a vital part of the company's bottom line, more effort should be made to address the concerns that they face while working in the presence of the customer. The offsite contractors are ambassadors of the Engility corporate brand and those that are successful at performing in that environment on a daily basis should be recognized.
Program Manager CERP Civilian Information Manager (Former Employee) – Bagrām – April 4, 2018
I worked with the company through all its alterations from almost founding through its present name and configuration (15 years). It was, quite simply, home. This company puts people over profit, yet exceeds industry standards for performance.
Outstanding work environment, competitive salaries, Understanding management
A little disjointed with deployed employees because of the time differences
Junior Engineer/Scientist (Current Employee) – Norfolk, VA – April 2, 2018
Here we spent each day reading off a document that instructs us on how to configure a system. We can stray from it and troubleshoot beyond what the document says.
On another note Management does not know how to talk correctly to its staff. They will yell at you when you make them uncomfortable or they feel they don't know the answer.
Even through just those two things, if you want exposure to Cisco, Servers, vmWare, RedHat Linux, and more you will have to self learn inbetween doing the same document to the same type of hardware over and over again.
PKE Test Engineer (Current Employee) – Fort Huachuca, AZ – March 29, 2018
Loved my career and position. Loved the people and the work is great. The only issue I ever had was that it is a contract and when it comes up for re compete your in the dark. When the contract was lost to another company the employees were left in the dark and had to find work elsewhere.
Contract bidding is slow and causes issues with life outside of work
Test Engineer and Modeling/Simulation Engineer (Current Employee) – Washington City, DC – March 26, 2018
I acquired experience in key areas of software development, particularly using Java. Significant experience was also acquired in MATLAB, R, and LaTeX. I was able to apply much of my research experience to my daily tasks.
System Engineer II (Current Employee) – Chesapeake, VA – March 25, 2018
I don't know what to put here. I really can't talk about a typical day at work nor can I describe what I do on such an open place. I can not describe what I learned there in such an open place. I basically can not do what you ask for this.