Senior Systems Analyst (Former Employee) – Charleston, SC – January 28, 2019
Nothing special to report here. If you've worked for a contracting company before, you'll understand what you are getting. Every contract is different because the management, project needs, and team culture are different. If you don't like what you are working on, you can try to find another job in the company. SRC is big enough, and the company cares enough, to try to accommodate these types of requests. Of course, I'd recommend doing this kind of search well before your existing contract ends, so you can move on without being put on furlough or laid-off. That is just general contracting advice though, nothing specific to SRC. I genuinely enjoyed my time with SRC and especially the team I was a part of. But contracts end and you have to move on, so I have. But working here was a bright spot in my contracting career, and I'd definitely welcome the chance to return, should the opportunity arise.
large company, lots of opportunities, good pay for the area
All government work, no commercial, very limited opportunities for remote work
Anonymous (Current Employee) – Warner Robins, GA – December 9, 2018
I have no complaints with SRC. The pay and benefits are good and the company periodically have fun events for employees and family. I would recommend for anyone looking for a good company where you can grow your skills.
Good people, good pay, down to earth executive management team.
Employee II (Current Employee) – North Charleston, SC – November 28, 2018
Billable environment can be difficult. Leave allotment and flexible work environment are NOT great. Management will listen to you and sometimes move forward with recommendations. Directors don't share people. It is all about headcount, they would rather keep their headcount than see their employee grow in another business unit/ project. HDHPs are alright. RX program is the worst I have seen.
System Analyst III / Integrator (Current Employee) – North Charleston, SC – September 6, 2018
SRC was a great place with a high level of morale and excellent working conditions. The company promotes an excellent teamwork environment. They are very concerned about making sure you continue to have coverage.
Software Design Engineer (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 20, 2018
I worked a couple of cool projects. I learned a lot about C#, Qt, and .NET. I got a chance to develop a touch screen application and deploy it to a device. Work was pretty flexible. Unfortunately, management was not the best. It was an uncomfortable environment to work in. Understaffed and micro managed.
Senior Electronics Technician (Former Employee) – Eielson AFB, AK – July 14, 2018
I was terminated and laughed at because of my age and because I wear glasses. This is a gross violation of anti-discrimination laws. It goes against everything I was told when I was employed. This is a company to avoid at all costs.
Technician II (Current Employee) – North Charleston, SC – July 5, 2018
Hire people with no experience, then gripes about lack of results. Government contractor always saying yes to government at cost to company no matter what is “TOLD” to do with no reguards to personnel, what’s involved, or how long it would take to do job correctly. Everything is an emergency or they will lose the contract.
Senior Technician (Current Employee) – El Paso, TX – May 3, 2018
Work was great for a year but very limited and the company always had a way to make you feel like we would not be there very long. Management for this location was bad with little to no communication that would make it down. The culture was great though. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with the great people and doing good work and working with the military.
Military Systems Specialist IV (Current Employee) – Camp Lejeune, NC – April 20, 2018
SRC might be a great company for some other positions, but for their bread and butter, DoD contracts, it's shoot and move, without the communicate or support. The biggest complaint I have is the benefits. Expensive High Deductible medical plans offset with horrible HSA incentives. If you need good medical for your family, look elsewhere. Even the vision plan isn't great. It was twice as expensive as my last company's vision plan with half the coverage, and it was the same insurance company??? I have yet to use the dental, but with 3 kids and a spouse we'll probably hit the yearly $1500 max they provide easily. In summary, if you like working with little support and don't need the benefits, this might be a good fit for you. Having worked with much better companies (Accelera Solutions) this is a horrible place to work.
Great work oppurtunity to Learn Java and Web Services
Senior Analyst/Developer (Former Employee) – Scott AFB, IL – March 13, 2018
Worked out of sun room and went into the air base occasionally for meetings. Learn a lot of Java, Eclipse, Spring, etc. Reintroduced to military politics and decision making. Met quite a few new and interesting people.
Drafting Supervisor/Designer (Former Employee) – North Charleston, SC – March 12, 2018
SRC is one of the best places I have had the privilege of working at. I learned a lot about working on DOD contracts and the government. Management was very good all around. The most enjoyable part of the job was the fast-paced environment. The hardest part of the job was getting laid off in a down economy :(