ARMAMENT AND FACILITY MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – Bagdad, AZ – July 23, 2018
The package was paltry and lack of career advancement were the bottle neck jargons of this company, once a yr vacation break was insufficient considering the fact that we worked in an austere environment.
Deployment Specialist (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – June 27, 2018
Some management was great, some individuals were great. Overall pay was decent and worthwhile. Some individuals were in management positions ONLY because of time with company not skills. That hurt companies mission.
Armed static security (Current Employee) – Various – June 19, 2018
Most of the work is confidential. So I can’t really go into specifics of a typical day. I learned many things with SOC from people skills to various pieces of equipment and some of the inner workings of the government.
BASE SECURITY OFFICER (Former Employee) – Bagdad, iraq – April 29, 2018
it was good company mande me to become a amn i got full combart trainings and learn how to respect and to make decison and i became exposed on new gun and i also i was exposed on new cultures there because new people i met thanks soc !!!
SOC in Hawthorne, Nevada had many benefits, I made plenty of friends and enjoyed the lake and that big mountain, of which I did climb. I understand that women in personal was dismissed. Personally, I felt she ignored my credentials and I was always with the feeling she shuffled papers, credentials and accolades as she wished. Namely for those she liked.
Chief Fire Inspector (Current Employee) – Hawthorne Army Depot, NV – February 8, 2018
Working with others to insure life safety. Learned how to test, inspect, maintain fire alarm and fire suppression systems. Taught life safety. Ethics are a high value. Hardest part was demands of customer, but we always met. Most enjoyable was a simple "thank you".
Personal Security Specialist (Former Employee) – overseas – January 23, 2018
Day's work was long but rewarding. Learned a lot through mutual collaboration with coworkers. Management was always available and experienced. Hardest part of the job the travel. Most enjoyable were the coworkers.
Efficient engineering firms and beautiful workplaces
Junior Architect (Current Employee) – North badda,Khilbarirtake, Gulshan, dhaka-1212. – January 11, 2018
My office time start 9 AM to 7 PM. But I enjoy my time & work.Here my responsibility is Create Architectural drawing &Structure design drafting,also create interior & exterior design.The office's management is very fine and tidy.Each department's work responsibility is different.I want to change the job because my salary is low and the non-profit benefits are less. Other ways I'm more interested in the work of the interior design
Here Tea facilities available but no lunch facilities
Explosive detection canine handler (Current Employee) – Chantilly, VA – January 5, 2018
During my day I might search vehicles, diplomatic security, baggage search, area searches etc. I will work my canine approximately 10 hours a day. Training consists of a training aid place in many different areas to include vehicles luggage, and diplomats vehicles.
Productive work environment with lack of lower leadership
Recruiter (Current Employee) – Chantilly, VA – December 28, 2017
Great place to work, upper level leadership is on point and cares about the team. Energetic with great work like balance. Fast paced and motivating. Would not leave if it were not for positional leaders.
Employees are great
lower level leadership and management could use improvement
Good exp into change management and also into Incident problem management. Had a chance to learn more new technologies here, almost i worked on 16 technologies include Endpoint, Data protection, Boundary protection side.