(USAID) - Special Assistant (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – April 17, 2018
I enjoy working at USAID, everyday you leave work knowing that you have made a difference in the international world of development. The hours are long, but it doesn't feel that way when you are doing what you love.
HUMAN RESOURCES ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Manila – March 16, 2018
It’s a great place to work. They are taking good care of their employees by providing fair salary and good benefits plan. However, since it’s a government agency, the organization chart is quite flat and therefore, advancement usually takes a while.
Virtual Student Federal Service (Current Employee) – at home – January 18, 2018
I am an intern for the USAID Virtual Student Federal Service and my current project is 'Mapping at Risk Countries'. So we are given specific data mapping projects to finish in either a week or two, depending on the deadlines. This internship is great because I do not have to be there in person, so I can do the assignments around my school schedule. Admittedly, I did not have much prior background with mapping, which is sometimes a pain since it occasionally takes me longer to complete tasks. Nonetheless, the supervisors are all very helpful.
Challenging work enviornment with work in third world and conflict countries.
Director Policy Planning and Analysis (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – September 19, 2017
USAID OIG foreign service officers are assigned to one of 4 regional office and are required to be overseas most of their career. regional offices in Pretoria,South Africa; San Salvador, El Salvador; Frankfurt Germany; and Manila the Philippines. Work at each office involves extensive travel.
Human Resources Assistant (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – August 6, 2017
Excitement work environment, Lean a lot about culture and people personality. Professional work environment. Hard time never come, if it come but never felt. I work almost in all section of HR office. All of them their own enjoyment and scope. interesting and all time was memory.
This company is interested in staff welfare and work/home life balance. this company provides many opportunities for staff training and development. This company participates in salary surveys and addresses compensation according to local situations. The leaders in this company are well trained.
Technical Writer (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – March 20, 2017
Experience includes wide variety of documentation and projects, focusing on processes and procedures, network, platforms, cloud, and data center. It also incudes working alongside Content Subject Matter Experts document planning, drafting, revision, and distribution.
Diverse workforce with a sense of global awareness
Administrative Assistant/Office Manager (Current Employee) – Washington City, DC – November 17, 2016
A dynamic place to work with many talented employees who are always striving to make others way of life better. We focus our approach through improvements in education, democracy and governance, health, technology, and economic development.
A really good place to work, excellent for travel opportunities
Research Specialist (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – March 5, 2016
USAID maintains many job disciplines, all to serve their humanitarian and security missions. My days are filled with analyzing data, reviewing options and making recommendations. I also conduct training and customer service as system administrator.
Accounting Technician/Project Accountant (Former Employee) – Afghanistan-Kabul US embassy – May 13, 2015
The job was very wonderful there was a lot of on job training like out of the country, like Paris, Egypt, Bangkok, UAE, Hungary (Budapest) and also others in office training like Customer Service and Internal Control
Front office Admin OAPA (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – April 15, 2015
Overall it was a good place to work. The work itself was always changing and always interesting. Management was demanding but supportive. Deadlines were sometimes completely unrealistic. Long hours and a poor work life balance. The absolutely incredible quality of the staff make up for the long hours however. Happy hours and after work activities were frequent.
Dynamic place to work, great health benefits, wonderful people
long hours - 50 - 70+ depending on work load. poor work life balance
Voucher Examiner/Accounting Technician (Former Employee) – Embassy of USA in Lima, Peru – January 27, 2015
Managed very complex cash reconciliation system for 5 countries (Peru, Brazil, Paraguay, Ecuador & Colombia), In charged of accounts payables and travel expenses. Friendly environment. High level of professionalism with Managers and co-workers.