General Clerk II (Former Employee) – NAS Lemoore, CA – September 8, 2018
The Job has its pros and cons. It's a great place to get your foot in the door; the base is littered with former emploees that have moved to better paying jobs elsewhere. It's full time office hours, that are flexible if you occassionally need them to be. The pay is poor, and getting worse with the rising Cslifornia minimum wage. It was $3.88 above minimum wage at the start of the contract. It will be $1.88 above minimum wage by the end of it. Turnover has accelerated as wages have crept closer to minimum wage. Advancement is limited, but getting better due to the high turnover. If you're looking to get your foot in the door, it could be a good place to start.
The pay was low for my need at the time, but the overall experience was phenomenal and I wish I never left. The management worked with employees and relaxed, but also firm and fair. I say the manager and supervisor are legit leaders in my book. The job is easy. I know my job very well, so I am never overwhelmed or behind on anything. My coworkers are all cool individuals. There are many times clients makes things difficult, but I always pull through.
Sr. Computer Systems Security Analyst (Current Employee) – Lakehurst, NJ – November 14, 2014
Typical contracting company similar to all the other ones out there. Company places you at government facility to perform work under contract. Annual review of performance based on feedback provided by your primary customers.
Group of intelligent people that still believe in family values.
Started at company in 2012 (Current Employee) – Patuxent River, MD – March 31, 2013
Company appears to have smart leadership and solid growth plan with a good reputation amongst the many people I have polled. Cannot complain about the compensation because the salary is tied to whatever the contract pays, and it's not too bad. Benefits are similar to what the big companies pay. Open door access to leadership. Hope to work at Rollout Systems for a a very long time.
I started in 2013 and have really loved the growth. Especially the quarterly all hands staff meetings. See the future growth and want to give referrals to be a part of that growth. Leadership looks to all of us for our strengths for proposals. Responsive corporate staff. Happy with Rollout.