Manager (Current Employee) – Reston, VA – July 17, 2018
Noblis is an excellent mid-sized firm. It offers an attractive work environment and most colleagues are collegial. Pay and benefits are competitive. Executive-level management are accessible to all staff.
Noblis should strive to better protect its employees from hostile client work environments
Associate (Former Employee) – Northern Virginia – June 7, 2018
Noblis should strive to better protect its employees from hostile work environments; especially at client sites. It's a bad situation when the client encourages feedback and when you provide them constructive criticism, they retaliate against you.
When concerns are brought up to Noblis management and HR they should not be dismissive of the claims, defensive, or discourage employees from taking recourse through the client's EEO office.
Nice HQ facility, decent pay and benfits
Does not protect employees from unprofessional/hostile work environments at client sites, Management is seriously lacking, they throw others under the bus
Software Developer (Current Employee) – Reston, VA – May 12, 2018
Noblis cares about its employees. Of course, it balances this with the need to grow the business, but it tries to do things that benefit its employees. Noblis leaders want their people to come up with new and innovative ideas, and greatly reward those who are able to do so.
chatty work area with few locations for quiet privacy
Russian Cyber Analyst/Translator (Current Employee) – Reston, VA – May 3, 2018
Management provides a considerable amount of support to its employees and is always willing to guide them in choosing the best course of action. I recommend this company to anyone looking for a challenging and rewarding career.
Technical Analysts Intern (Former Employee) – Falls Church, VA – August 2, 2017
Great location, great building, great work, great people, just the internship itself was a little off. There were a lot of interns, and groups started to form. I saw that the people less-outspoken tended to be by themselves. There were many attempts to try to bring everyone together, but I'd like to have seen more collaboration with others. Projects were either one, two, or three people. With a large intern group, I didn't want to go ask each person what they're doing.
Many resources were available though, you could talk to anyone in the building pretty much, i took advantage of this opportunity and learned a lot.
many opportunities, exciting, internship, networking, mentorship
Friendly atmosphere and managers who are dedicated to their employee's professional development
MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS INTERN (Former Employee) – Reston, VA – July 24, 2017
I was part of the summer internship program here and had a very rewarding experience. People willingly poured time into my improvement and invested in me even though I was only an intern. The CEO even took time out of his busy schedule to invest in the interns and teach them about career development. Positive work environment, helpful peers and mentors and fair compensation.
Grand aspirations, but lacking vision, cohesion, and sense of purpose. Needs a strong leader and collaborative nature. Unfortunately, the firm is searching for a role and mission, and hasn't found it yet.
On Call Technical Intern (Former Employee) – Silver Spring, MD – July 5, 2017
Spent most of my time on site with the client, but all interactions with the main office were helpful. The work environment is very relaxed, as long as you do the work they need you to do. There is freedom to move contracts, and staffing will work to find a position that fits you. Employment benefits and compensation are all very good. However, it can be difficult to fit in to the culture when you work client side
Good company culture, opportunity for different kinds of work.
Employee (Former Employee) – offsite – February 10, 2017
They tell you what you want to hear when you apply. Long contracts, client loves us but it isn't true. Lack of communication with employees offsite, more interested in making money, will drop you if the contract ends. Don't care about the employee. No room for growth.
lack of communication, more interested in who you can bring to the compnay.
Good company, wants to be tech but is still consulting
Systems Engineer/Data Scientist/Scrum Master (Current Employee) – Falls Church, VA – January 9, 2017
Personally haven't had the best experience because I came to do the science and technology work that it advertises to be. But it is still a consulting company that wants to be a tech company, maybe it will grow its capabilities in that sense, but otherwise expect it to be more of a consulting one. Otherwise, great company, great culture, relaxed but still produces good quality work.
Associate Acquisition Specialist (Current Employee) – Falls Church, VA – November 9, 2016
A great company to work for with staff who really do look out for you. The CEO and CFO are great people. Many times people in high positions don't like to communicate with those lower but, you truly can't tell they are CEO/CFO's they are really down to earth people.
Good place to work, good jobs, advancement is possible.
Lead Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – October 26, 2016
As any contractor, the job is as good as the client. Noblis works hard to match you to a good job. They are very willing to work hard to make sure that you do not have much idle time between assignment. They give the opportunity for employees to work on their "pet" projects if the idea has future marketing benefits.
Once you work at a Non Profit like this you will want to stay
Program Manager (Current Employee) – Washington City, DC – May 20, 2016
Noblis is a great place to be. Lots of smart people and a CEO that cares. Once you are here it is hard to leave. The work is challenging, and we have a diverse set of clients. The company has a sense of purpose. It is small enough to be Nimble, but large enough to make a difference and be stable.
Bonus's, Parking, Invests in People, Dental Ins, 403B Matching