HR Manager/Office Manager (Current Employee) – Winter Park, FL – August 12, 2017
Summit is a government contractor whose primary function is to provided IT support on several DoD contracts. We also do some project managing and technical writing. Summit gives it's employees room to grow and improve upon their current skill set.
Systems Administrator (Former Employee) – Nellis AFB, NV – June 27, 2017
My employment at Summit Technologies was a bit of a unique situation. They were a subcontractor that filled positions for the main contract holder SAIC. Summit offices are located in Florida but the job location was in Las Vegas. Even with the distance management was always available through a phone a call or e-mail. The job was not particularly hard since I had been doing similar work for several years now. The most enjoyable part of the job was going in to work with a great team everyday.
Switchboard Operator (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – June 11, 2017
I enjoyed working as a Switchboard Operator on the Summit Technologies contract and being able to serve the public from all across the country to provide them with travel information to and from the US.
Always available if needed. Given $1.50 increase per hr
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Corbin, KY – May 25, 2017
Usualy 12 hr day. Your income ia based on sales. However they train you to succeed. Product is easly sold. Can be promoted with in your 1st month. Family like staff. Oppertunity for all paid vacations.
Systems Administrator (Current Employee) – Volk Field, WI – June 23, 2016
Working for Summit I have never had supervisors care more about my well being. They help find new contracts and trust that their employees are the best of the best. As long as you do your job well they will treat you right.
Staff (Former Employee) – Reston, VA – April 10, 2016
Summit Technologies is a company 17 years in business and operates as if it's into it's 5th year. Not sure of what their niche is, many big fish in small ponds. Very disappointed in the org structure and the carelessness in advancing the company. Don't rely on senior management, they will disappoint you without notice.
The concessions are evident, penny pinch for typical office needs, staff communicates as if they worked at a garage
Reaper (MQ9) GCS Technician II (Current Employee) – Hurlburt Field, Fl – December 26, 2014
A subcontractor for RPA program. Everything was good, except no room for advancement nor deployment opportunities. The management and HR are great people. If you want to stay in one place, one job, one salary, then this is the job for you.
IT Project Manager (Current Employee) – Hattiesburg, MS – March 5, 2014
My typical work day varies depending on the customers need. I have learned that I must be able to adjust and develop good oral, troubleshooting, and documentation skills in order to succeed in the IT environment. I manage an Automation Department that consists of planning, configuring, implementing IT needs for the Army National Guard DOD. I manage a team of 5 people who has been great to lead and has given me the experience to learn how to make the team better. The hardest part of the job is learning how to stay away from politics, and my most enjoyable part of the job is meeting new people and learning how I can assist them and make their job better.