Business Systems Analyst (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – September 4, 2018
Very relaxed working environment. Depending on the contract you are working, the managers can be good to great. Lots of talk, not to much action. Managers love to solicit feedback, and don't act on it.
Systems Administrator/ISO (Former Employee) – Killeen, TX – August 30, 2018
Vencore is a dynamic company with a proven performance track. This company is really at the forefront of technology and innovation. The work environment is conducive to personal growth and professional development.
SatCom Test Engineer (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – August 18, 2018
Only work here if you have no other choice. They will take away your benefits and fire you the first chance they get. They don't care about your career advancement either. They will just move you from project to project to make money. That is their only goal.
ULLS-A(E) Field Service Enginee (Former Employee) – Overseas – August 6, 2018
Was told contract lost money and salary was cut in half... I quit and was hired on by sister company who hired me for $20,000 more per year on the exact same contract from the same customer! This was not the first salary cut, salary seemed to decrease by tens of thousands over the course of 5 years at Vencore/QinetiQ-NA/Westar.
Self-managed for most part.
poor upper level management after last merger with SI Corporation
Systems Integration Intern (Current Employee) – Virginia – March 7, 2018
Vencore is an excellent company to work for. The human capitol, project managers, and even the higher ranked employees are very approachable. I learned numerous things about the defense contracting industry and they also gave me an opportunity to get an ITIL certification. Overall this was a great internship and I would be happy to return.
Fielding Manager/Help Desk Manager (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – March 5, 2018
I work as a help desk/fielding manager. I have learned a great deal about computers and computer software. My management has been great. The culture is one that everyone works together to create solutions to issues. The hardest part of my job is usually dealing with our government customers. The most enjoyable part of my job is when I am able to work with service members.
Operations Research Systems Analyst (Current Employee) – Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD – February 9, 2018
It's a lot of finger pointing and running around for nothing. The company doesn't truly care about you. If you have to do something for your kids its management who scoffs. They fire folks and line their pockets with bonuses while we don't even get a raise. They cut their workforce to bid and win contracts spreading personnel thin. They don't pay for holiday luncheons.