Gave me an opportunity to use my skills and knowledge.
Asst. Gen. Counsel (Former Employee) – Washington City, DC – May 8, 2018
Gave me an opportunity to utilize my skills and knowledge. As an attorney I was able to review processes and implement procedures based upon the law. I also interpreted the law based upon review of precedence for responding to public inquiries.
Computer Network Defense Analyst (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 6, 2018
I would not recommend working for the government unless you are right out of college. For what you do the pay is very low. If you have love of countrt, hey do it. But if you looking for a career fed work will hurt you. Unless your with a good agency. For Cybersecurity it's hit or miss I would work for a contractor first. With the shut downs government isn't what it us to be.
Senior Financial Consultant (Former Employee) – Washington D.C. Metro Area – May 1, 2018
Worked as a “Senior Financial Consultant in the program finance of projects funded by U.S. Government for business collaboration and communications solutions, providing unified communications, contact centers, networking and related services
Productive, educational, experience in any career move I had to point me in the right career choice for the future.
Receptionist/Secretary (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 27, 2018
When I worked for the government it was a very good learning and teaching experience for me. I had already developed the training in school to prepare me. If I could have I would have still been there until retirement. My co-workers and I were like family. We loved our leadership He was a very humble man. I loved doing special projects with one of our other leaders too. I'm always being told why don't I go back to work for the agency. My answer is I have attempted to every chance I get. It's an experience you will never forget.
Referral Management Clerk (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – April 17, 2018
Great place, love the diveresity. Meeting people in all walks of life.. Fast paced environment. But commanders and management still take the time to see and appreciate all staff and patients. And always willing to help out staff and patients.
Loan Officer (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – April 17, 2018
I've worked for SBA in the past...So when I applied for this position, I had to apply 5 times before I finally got an interview. I didn't understand that because each time I talked to them, they told me I did a good job, I left on good terms (contract ended) so I don't know what took so long? But I'm still glad I finally got in. I love working for SBA.
Culteral and they have benefits even if you're not cor
I came in as GS-7 and I should've had a higher grade level in my opinion
Medical Records Technician (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – April 16, 2018
Work day extremely busy, within the department you can learn a lot. Very diverse work place to work. Keeping up with shipping and all other tasks that goes along with the job. Completing all work by the end of the day.
A career In public service is an honorable career. It is very rewarding, as there is much to learn about the world, without the profit restraints imp
Commission on Wartime Contracting (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – April 10, 2018
If you have the opportunity for a public service career, go for it! You will have many opportunities to grow in knowledge and advance at a comfortable pace. Salaries are comparative or slightly above the private sector, depending upon the job discipline. Most fulfilling career!
Unlimited opportunities for growth
Can be a little too laid-back for some hard chargers.
Supervisory Management Analyst (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – April 4, 2018
I started in the Federal Government in 1989. My work ethic afforded me the opportunity to advance from a GS-4 Secretary to a CT-13 Supervisory Analyst. The work was rewarding and the atmosphere at my agency was that of a close knit family.
CASE MANAGER SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – April 1, 2018
the government pays well and provides insurance. The people are friendly and smart. It was safe up there. It is interesting to see how things work, and how the government works, and all the ways we all play a part in keeping it alive each and every day.
Structural Engineering Technician (Former Employee) – Cherry Point, NC – March 26, 2018
A typical day at work varies depending on projects. I learned knowledge about all the trades from carpentry, electrical, plumbing, painting, etc. Management advised when necessary but otherwise let you do your job. My workplace culture was positive and fun and this allowed for great employee morale. There was no hard part to my job. I enjoyed the people I worked with.
Magistrate (Current Employee) – Wilmington, NC – March 25, 2018
Typical days at work are varied, with busy times and idle times, since the job is dependent on what work LEOs present to you throughout the duty shift. The hardest part of the job is the irregular schedule and the fact that there is no room for advancement or pay increase.Most enjoyable part of the job is the satisfaction of helping the judicial system run smoothly. The hardest part of the job is not knowing about positive outcomes or receiving any feedback from supervisors.
Imagery Intelligence Analyst (Former Employee) – Springfield, VA – March 17, 2018
Some areas were high tech and exciting, some were stressful, and some had too much paperwork. Mentoring was more than adequate and schools to upgrade your skill set were always available. There was also adequate time and equipment to improve your job insight. I enjoyed the techie stuff. The hardest part of the job was when military/political enemies made uncalculated moves. Culture was supportive. Management was supportive. I learned much about DoD, IC. Mil, etc.