Quality Assurance Technician IV (Current Employee) – Hanahan, SC – September 22, 2018
SAIC was a good place to work, they just couldn't get it together as far as management goes. They knew what needed to be don't but would not do it or they wouldn't listen to those who knew what they were doing. this cause more problems than they will ever know or care to know.
Great co-workers and their willingness to share their knowledge
Business Process Analyst (Former Employee) – Fort Knox, KY – September 21, 2018
Not great or bad. Was fine. Where I worked they catered a free picnic once per that was nice. Was a pretty good place to work. Pretty willing to work with people to get them into positions they wanted.
BMD Support Senior Training Analyst, TTGL (Former Employee) – Virginia Beach, Va – September 20, 2018
Early morning training of Sailors, professional workplace, do not see management often. Hardest part is the early mornings, most enjoyable training the fleet to improve TTP's. great work environment with very knowable personal.
I thoroughly enjoyed working at SAIC. If afforded the opportunity I would return. They have a great benefit plan, good employee improvement and advancement. The contract structure is sound and the policies are solid.
Productive environment working on base with the military.
Security Assistant III NAS Fallon, Naval Air Base (Former Employee) – Fallon, NV – September 10, 2018
I facilitated security administration, procedures, compliance and requirements.
I interacted daily with military and management and provided support to personnel including clearance procedures, classified mailing, document storage, courier authorizations and security education to staff and visiting personnel.
Web Software Developer (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – September 6, 2018
The communication from management is near zero. Weekly meetings to stay up to date with what is occurring does not exist on current assignment. Does not have a team environment. There are no activities from management that encourage team building or engagement.
Once your in, your in. That's a fact. Pretty hard to get fired. Your experience, however, depends on location. Its the people that drive the atmosphere and the work experience. A toxic leader will destroy the comradery. An engaged and supporting boss will motivate you to innovate and excel.
Mechanical Assembler I (Former Employee) – North Charleston, SC – September 5, 2018
SAIC was a wonderful experience for me. In the two years that I worked for SAIC I had learned a lot about a manufacturing environment. They also had be trained as an electronics technician which I had never done before. Great starting job!
software Anakyst (Former Employee) – Falls Church, VA – September 4, 2018
SAIC provided a comfortable work environment at their home offices. Management encouraged growth and skill improvement. The hardest part of the job was impromptu travel and lack of training for new project requirements. The most rewarding part of the job was ever present opprtunity to grow your skills.
Technician (Current Employee) – Hanahan, SC – September 4, 2018
The job itself isn't awful, nor is the company, however upper management doesn't care about their employees and see them as replaceable pawns. They have the most backwards ways of running some projects, and don't have the workers' best interests in mind. Pay is decent if you're a higher level, but at entry level, it's definitely not enough to live off of with the cost of living.
Management (Current Employee) – North Charleston, SC – August 28, 2018
Unless you're part of the good 'ol boy club, there's no chance for advancement. Those that mess up are moved along somewhere else or even promoted. Those that work hard and know their job are pigeon-holed with little or no advancement, if not let go for _____ reason.