Liaison Support Coordinator Team Lead (Current Employee) – McLean, VA – October 2, 2014
It is rewarding to assist Soldiers. Work is 40 hours per week. typical duty hours are from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm. management constantly looks for ways to better assist customers and welcomes input from employees.
General Clerk II (Former Employee) – Joint Base Lewis McChord, WA – June 15, 2016
Working for TechWise was a great experience for me. On a daily basis I performed customer service for soldiers clearing the military installation. I learned how to integrate data obtained from the ISM database onto a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet in order to print clearance paperwork. The hardest part of the job was not being able to assist soldiers with an appointment, if they did not have to correct documentation to initiate their clearing status. The most enjoyable part of the job for me, was there was not a routine aspect of the initiation process. Giving 200% of my time to ensure a soldier cleared the installation promptly, abiding by all regulations set forth by the US ARMY.
start/exit clerk (Former Employee) – fort carson, co – October 13, 2015
They change policies and violate their handbook all the time. The communication is not good at all. They do not care about employees. They do not keep their word. Very difficult to talk to higher ups, if you do try, they just reject you and send you back to your project manager who doesn't know anything or doesn't care about anything.
Technical Instructor (Current Employee) – Fort Benning, GA – July 18, 2015
I really enjoyed working for Techwise, they are very professional and really takes care of their employees. The job we is instruct military on certain skills and technical and tactical doctrines to help them in their current job.
Motor Vehicle Operator (Former Employee) – Fort Lee, VA – May 20, 2015
While working for this company for 4 years before I married a Soldier and was stationed in Germany for 3 years. The people that I worked with and worked for were very nice and supportive. The job was very interesting especially working with the Soldiers at 508th Transportation at Fort Lee, VA. It was especially interesting when we role played with the Army Soldiers and helped with mock Convoy Training, and being able to drive the different Military Vehicles that I was licensed on when I had my CDL. The hardest thing about the job was getting the Private's and some of the Officer's to listen when it came to transporting them to their training sites about safety while in the Military Vehicle on Fort AP Hill, and of course the inclement weather. I learned what the Soldier's have to go through in combat when they got deployed to different places.
We where given MRE"s during training but at the end of the day we got a good meal.
When the weather was extremely hot we got short breaks, and we looked out for each other.
Rewarding and Challenging job with advancement opportunities
Motor Vehicle Operator/Trainer (Former Employee) – Fort Eustis VA – January 25, 2013
The job entails working and assisting the military. Conducting missions was beneficial to the soldiers getting ready to deploy. It is an equal opportunity organization that challenges you and motivates you to progress.
13D Instructor (Current Employee) – Fort Sill, OK – July 30, 2012
Typical day is preparing for our next training if it's for assisting units in the field or a classroom setting. We contact the units and prepare what units and want type of training they want us to assist with.
Instructor/Military Trainer (Former Employee) – Fort Benning, GA – April 9, 2012
The job was ok at first, then it became an issue between the difference between right and wrong as it pertains to the POI or the Lesson Plan. The Lesson Plan was non-existent, in which they were training by the seat of their pants. There were no set standards to go by, and when it was questioned , it seemed to be not a big deal to the key leaders, and that the civilians were questioning their judgement(What do the civilians know? Me personally had 6 years total at the NCO Academy as an Instructor, and 23 years of active service?)