SRC, Inc. Careers and Employment
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- Company size1001 to 5,000
- Revenue$100M to $500M (USD)
- IndustryAerospace & Defense
Information Security System Officer in Chantilly, VA
on May 3, 2018
After seperating from the Air Force, I landed with Syracuse Research Corporation and helped establish the COMM ISSMO which is still around today. Working to get DCID 6/3 injected the system engineering lifecycle was a challenge but today is common place.
Test Engineer in North Syracuse, NY
on January 27, 2021
System that tracks your time doesn't track it correctly then you get yelled at for having a high percentage of down time. Everyone is too stupid to realize your times are actually good it's the systems fault it's not being tracked correctly. Then they waste hours of time telling you about it and threatening to let you go if it keeps on happening. Nobody does anything to solve the problem. Typical company politics that waste more time then the time they claim the malfunctioning time tracking system says your wasting. Ruins people's morale, I am glad I left there! Stay away from SRC.
Engineer in Cicero, NY
on October 28, 2020
SRC Inc originally started off as a good place to work because I was promised a bunch of things that ended up not being true. I will start off by saying their health benefits are amazing and the way you can flex your time worked is very useful for keeping a good work/life balance. Pay started off okay, more on that in a bit, and the attached free gym area is nice if you want to use it. However, that's about where all the good stuff ends.Management at this job is absolutely atrocious. There was a review for this company that said management is full of favouritism and nepotism and they are 100% correct. This job has some of the absolute worst managers/supervisors I have ever seen and they completely ruin the job, all the benefits are completely outweighed by the awful management. You are constantly promised awards and good reviews if you stay overtime or go help out in another section of the company but come review time those awards and positive reviews are nowhere to be found. Pay raises are also promised to each employee but, just like the awards and reviews, never come. The managers are unprofessional, rude, and will constantly look for something to call you out on. Oh you always show up on time and leave on time? Yeah but remember that one time you accidentally left a whole minute early? Guess what? You'll never hear the end of that. If you think that's an exaggeration, sadly it is not. I know of multiple people that have left this position due to the poor management. Managers will throw you into shark infested waters with meat strapped to your body and expect you to swim and then berate you when you ultimately metaphorically drown or get eaten, which ties in the complete lack of training.In the end, this job has created more stress than it was worth. I don't recommend working here because you'll get sick of it and want to leave very quickly once you see the true colors.Oh and also they're not doing well financially because they just came out with a program to lay a bunch of people off but give them an incentive to do so and promised more unpaid layoffs if not enough people take the first one.
Electronic Warfare Engineer in San Antonio, TX
on July 11, 2020
Requires a security clearance, which they will provide if hired. This also means you will never be taking work home with you. The benefits are very good, matching 10% to the 5% employee contribution required towards retirement. Affordable and quality health, dental, and vision. Yearly raises based on performance and title, ranging from 2%-10% depending job title and level. They pay fully for tuition if getting further education, and work hours are flexible (except currently with Covid-19, which enforced more strict work hours for the time being, and unsure when this will end). The work allows for learning if you are willing to search for info, but it also allows for simply filling out spreadsheets if you are not interested in the work. I have learned a lot in my time there (1 year), but I can see how it would be easy to just fill in the info and not put much thought into it. The pay is below average for this type of work, but not unreasonably low.
Parts Cleaner in Springfield, MO
on March 2, 2020
SRC is a great company to work for and has good benefits but the pay is very good. The people are nice but some of the leads are rude to workers they don’t like.
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