HRAC Craftsman (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 17, 2019
When the new company took over things changed dramatically. Jobs became fast paced and at the expense of the workers. You were no longer a person but a number that the company felt as though you could be easily replaced.
Global Operations Analyst (Current Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – January 15, 2019
A good company, but works at a very high ops-tempo for certain departments. Can be very stressful at times. Employees work well as a team. There is not many opportunities for advancement unless you are willing to go overseas.
Postal Clerk (Current Employee) – Kuwait – January 11, 2019
Typical day started with morning meeting, then we went to our work station. The culture of the workplace is very clique which is the con to this particular job. Nothing was hard about the job. Some days where more hectic than other days. I would say the most enjoyable about the job is meeting new people.
Dispatcher/Driver (Current Employee) – Fort Bragg, NC – December 15, 2018
A LOT OF OPPORTUNITY. IT'S a fast-paced workplace for the employees. Everyone encourages each other and gets along which motivates ALL employee to work harder. VECTRUS supports their employees with breaks throughout the day and THEY meet the needs of their employees.
RANGE MAINTENANCE TECHICNICIAN LEAD (Current Employee) – Kuwait – December 9, 2018
Safe workplace with a bad wether condition. Easy to work inside the office. Out side anytime wether will be changed.good experiences with different people.supporting army for their shooting practices, as a technician to repair the shooting equipments
good place to work good people clean nice people good location easy access plenty of parking took job to exsplore I really love working on mraps supportin the troops kind of different than working with group special ops
Electrician (Current Employee) – Kuwait – October 31, 2018
First of all, they told us we were getting 120 sick hours and like 24 hours personal time. In actuality those 24 personal hours are already included in the 120 sick hours, so right off the bat, one lie. Secondly, the recruiter gave us a breakdown of the pay and it turns out the holiday and vacation days that they added to the base pay is not what you’re actually getting. So the total annual amount is way off, like $11,000 off. Latest news bulletin: They’re saying that if we form a pattern of taking sick days we have to show them a doctors note for the sick day. When originally you could take up to three consecutive sick days without having to show a doctors note. I thought those sick days were for us to use when we are sick or just tired of being at work. They also said after six months you would be able to take a 14 day paid vacation, But you don’t even have enough vacation time built up to take that amount of time so now you have to use your personal days (which comes out of your sick time). You have to pay for your own lunch at the DFAC and your meals when you’re off base, but you don’t receive any Perdiem. You’re already away from your family for a period of time and you can’t even change the desktop on your computer to have your family’s picture on there. Sometimes in order to do your job you have to do research on the Internet and the company blocks all the websites so you can’t even do your job correctly. And don’t forget, you might want to bring your own tools to work because they don’t even have tools for everyone. All the forms that use our forms that Supervisormore... had to make. They preach safety but only issue one pair of safety glasses and one pair of gloves and if you need another pair you have to pay for them yourself. Then they want you to tie off to the hand railing that’s not even rated for the load and they’re going to write you up for it if you don’t it!less
Enjoyed my time and development opportunities while working with the company
Material Coordinator (Former Employee) – Fort Bragg, NC – October 7, 2018
I worked in the reimbursement department so their was never a dull moment. Very fast paced environment and because I am excellent at working independently and obtaining self gratification. I was able to successfully complete my job daily unsupervised as management did not frequent our department much. The hardest part of the job was working with other departments that weren't required to consider how their actions affected others. Collaboration between departments is essential to teamwork within an organization.
Patient Admin Supervisor, Camp Buehring, Kuwait (Current Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – September 11, 2018
Vectrus is an excellent company to work for. The management in Medical team is awesome and very supportive. Other departments have difficulties at times but for the most part Vectrus works to deal with each issue. The upper management is sometimes difficult to contact. For the most part this company is a great one to work for.
Pay, leave, medical/dental benefits and work experience
Facilites (Current Employee) – Gulf Country – August 20, 2018
* 1.5-3 Hours of drive time per day with-out pay * Ordering supplies, horrible * Local driving - Life endangering * No Management support for shop vehicles * Way to many Sub-Contractors * Feeling of disconnect with Management
Paid on time, Transportation to & from work provided
Base Supply (Former Employee) – Montgomery, Alabama – July 19, 2018
The USAF got it COMPLETELY wrong when the awarded the Rebid to Vectrus for the Maxwell BOS contract. Vectrus short changed themselves causing the Air Force to "bail them out". Vectrus cut personnel across the board instead of stepping up to the plate and fixing what THEY caused.
glad I got away from the BOS Contract when I did. Praying the employees land on their feet.
MCT Specialist (Former Employee) – Bagrām – July 11, 2018
I enjoyed working for Vectrus, unfortunately due to the main contractor company took over the mission I was working, I had to transition. Vectrus had a very family oriented atmosphere and they had great benefits and incentives. I would like to work for them again in the future.