Maintenance Administration and Supply Technician (Current Employee) – Ogden, UT – July 19, 2017
First contract job after leaving the military and it was very military friendly. Great to work the hours you signed for without overtime and get the weekends to enjoy. I chose my hours, either 4/10s or 5/8s.
not knowing if the contract will be extended or bought out by another company
Executive Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Chesapeake, VA – July 17, 2017
As the Executive Administrative Assistant for the Vice President, I was responsible for disbursements of advance travel payments, travel reimbursements and petty cash reimbursements reconciliations. Verified office payroll accounts for processing, calculated hourly time attendance reports. Supervised and coordinated all office seminars, special events and professional meeting. Coordinated Vice-President's travel schedule, meetings and appointment calendar and office correspondence as required. Supervised three employees under Vice President Administration.
Warehouse Specialist (Former Employee) – Barstow, CA – June 29, 2017
Good manageable work environment good training for entry level job. There is nothing more to say, it was a good paying job that help me support my family. I got along with others and was given an opportunity to show my 12 years experience as a Forklift Driver.
Training and Development Specialist (Former Employee) – Various – June 29, 2017
Project Basis Only. Good place to work when project(s) are available and willing to travel overseas when required. Ideal for recently separated military personnel with skill sets aligned with requirements.
Arrive at work station by 0615 and email a manager that I'm at work. Use Microsoft excel which includes building formula's to monitor and inventory parts. Use small all terrain vehicle to pick up parts from another building on Red River Army Depot. Stocked parts in correct locations and all mechanics had to sign for all parts they need. I had learned how to run a DOD contractor supply area comparing it to my United States Marine Corps job which was aviation supply. Everyone in the shop liked my work ethics because I usually had the day to day parts on hand. The management team were very easy to get along with and if i had questions i would ask the management. The hardest part of the job was stocking automotive batteries once they came in, usually every other week. The most enjoyable part of my job was that I worked by myself and set a goal of what needs to be done in a safe manner.
Loved the work atmosphere
worked 4 ten hour days. If one of these days were a holiday we only were paid for 8 hours.
I would come to work and know what needed to get done that day. stayed working without the need to be supervised. the management was a good mix of business minded people and family orientated. one of the only down falls is that it was government contract work so we went gaurenteed a job when the contract we worked ended unless we were awarded another contract. we were laid off at least once a year for anywhere from a week to a couple months
Warehouse Specialist (Former Employee) – Albany, GA – April 26, 2017
I am the type of person who comes to work and do my job. At the end of the day I go home, but there were people who really needed to make things hard. I respect anyone in an higher position but that doesn't mean you need to talk down to people.
Aircraft Worker (Former Employee) – Patuxent River, MD – April 15, 2017
This company will do anything to secure a government contract at anyones expense. They could care less about employee morale, or even safety. Steer clear. This company is very disorganized and really incapable of providing a stable employment experience.
low morale, high company related stress, mediocre pay
Purchasing Agent / Buyer (Current Employee) – Fort Benning, GA – January 6, 2017
Great workplace. As a Purchasing Agent, responsibilities for the procurement of a wide variety of specialized items and/or services when contract types and nature of items/services present complex problems in support of FORSCOM, IMCOM, TRADOC and the Fort Benning garrison and other activities; make purchases of broad range of equipment, commodities and services through a variety of methods; and administer orders.