SAIC Employee Reviews in Colorado Springs, CO
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I worked with really great individuals that have passion for the mission they support, which invigorates the same mentality for others. Our manager had great trust in us to get our work accomplished and ensure our customer was satisfied.
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I've enjoyed my tenure at SAIC and would remain if my contract wasn't up. I have a bit of difficulty explaining the culture as I work exclusively at a government site and the policies here are government-specific. I believe that other sites have substantially different policies.
A typical day was pulling files to process for imaging. Was always busy which made the day go fast. After worked with most imaging was then trained on indexing and some medical coding to include x-rays which I found was challenging yet a great and welcomed opportunity. The hardest part was medical coding. The most enjoyable part was the team and always staying busy.
learning opportunities, great pay
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Because of high security the environment is somewhat difficult. Restrictions for on duty and off duty hours. Some teammates are exceedingly difficult to work with because of multi-cultural demands as would be expected working in federal programs.
Solid, technical challenging work contributing to national security.
Multi-cultual considerations always detracted from work, Contracts were subject to presidential whims.
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Scitor is a great company, with leadership being accessible and open about company goals and direction. Unfortunately, the once fantastic benefits that made Scitor the company of choice are dwindling. Still, if you're looking for a company that actually cares about their employees, Scitor is excellent.
A typical day consisted of scanning and indexing medical files for the Army National Guard and Army Reserves. I learned how to scan and index, train new employees, and Quality Check other emplyees work.The management team was awesome and respectful. The co-workers were respectful , fun and did not fall into office gossip.The hardest part of the job was that it was sporadic because of contract negotiations. The most enjoyable part of the job was that I felt like I was a part of something that was helping our soldiers.
It has been an absolute pleasure working for SAIC. Great leadership, outstanding corporate ethics, and awesome culture for cultivating professional/interpersonal skills.