There is opportunity for advancement, if you work the right way.
Until and unless, you happen to obtain a position underneath a a supervisor who is less qualified, and unethical. I loved the company, despite some of it's issues, until thathappened to me.
The STAR interview method is standard.
Rather than improve operations, those in charge are left to strive to please higher-ups, in the short-term, who answer to non-profit driven entities. Upper management is largely out of touch with the technology today that could make their operations much much efficient. No one in charge wants to stick their neck out.The only solutions to the chronic problems are thought out in the short term, and the result is that the bosses at the same issues, year after year, and scratch their heads like there's no way to fix them, while a thousand underlings have good suggestions that they refuse to listen to,
Interesting work, lots of people, very transferable skills.
It's a government contractor, and is dysfunctional for people who are actually trying to produce results.