Live Virtual Constructive Exercise Specialist (Former Employee) – Fort Sam Houston, TX – July 17, 2018
Lead team in the development of the operations portion of exercise involving both computer assisted and manual simulations. Conducted thorough in-depth analysis to define scenarios that accomplish exercise objectives and implement and expand the use of Live/Virtual and Constructive (L-V-C) models and simulations in the exercise
Understanding on how the organization works with other organizations
There are different management process at each level
Client Support Administrator (Current Employee) – Alabama – July 17, 2018
My day to day was very busy, I working with a lot of different networks and learned a lot. Management was always supportive and helpful, which made the working environment very productive. the were really no hard parts to my job. I enjoyed my tasks. The Teams that I work with on a day to day made it all worth it.
Business Development Branch (Former Employee) – Scott AFB, IL – July 17, 2018
As a customer service representative consisted of a weekly meeting via telephone conference with our overseas customer, providing a plan, rates, to ship there unusual requirement. This job required accuracy and paying close attention to details.
As management, I assigned workload; also responsible for production timelines.
Work place culture, was a professional environment.
The most complicated part of the position was learning to read contracts and rates.
Traveling to different places was most enjoyable part of the position.
Full Time & Mandatory Overtime during DoD (Former Employee) – Peterson AFB, CO 80914 – July 16, 2018
Great place to work with great benefits. I left due to the conflict of my divorce with husband and the young in experience of the promoted individuals they were promoting. The turn over has become guide bad. Management coming in has no value or respect for their employees. Very young and inexperent management selections.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (Current Employee) – Behavioral health – July 16, 2018
Working with Active Duty Service men and women has been very rewarding. An excellent population to work with. Flexible hours within specific guidelines. Overall casual work experience but the staff are highly professional.
Can only describe the agency within the Department of Defense
Store Worker (Current Employee) – Bremerton, WA – July 11, 2018
I can only rate the agency I work for within the Department of Defense. My rating does not reflect the Department of Defense as a whole, but it does reflect my current job position within the Agency I work for under the DoD umbrella.
My main reason for leaving my current position is due to relocating to a different city and to eliminate, or cut, my commute time.
I know there are better federal employment locations
IT Specialist (Former Employee) – Bethesda, MD – July 11, 2018
I learned very little while working at the location as a federal employee. I do not feel that I was able to use all of my skills that I have learned in my career. I felt that some members of manamgement were unethical. I was saddened by the lake of professionalism.
Materials Handler- Marine Corps Exchange (Current Employee) – Henderson Hall, VA – July 10, 2018
In my current role, I track inventory discrepancies to reduce the shrink percentage. The working environment is relaxed and the culture is outstanding. I have learned the main aspect of my position through using a number of business applications such as COGNOS and RMS. The management team is helpful, knowledgeable and cooperative. Unfortunately, the job is not full time. Therefore, I am seeking employment elsewhere in the immediate vicinity.
Air Reserve Technician (Current Employee) – Barksdale AFB, LA 71110 – July 10, 2018
Typical day at work starts at 0600, Lunch at 1100, and end of day 1430. Each and every day is different. Some days may be fast paced and hectic and other work days may be slow paced with very little work to do
work day ends at 1400
mixed with active duty. active duty sends there less desirable people to us.