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Finance Specialist

DynCorp International Fort Worth, TX

The Finance Specialist performs general accounting functions and financial analysis for budgets and schedules. Principal Accountabilities… DynCorp International

7 days ago

Laundry Specialist

DynCorp International Dubai

The Laundry Specialist tends to laundering machines to clean articles such as rags, wiping cloths, filter cloths, bags, sacks, and work clothes… DynCorp International

6 days ago

Tactical Operations Center (TOC) Specialist

DynCorp International Kabul

The Tactical Operations Center (TOC) Specialist ensures effective and efficient operation of the Tactical Operations Center (TOC) communications… DynCorp International

7 days ago

Contracts Administrator

DynCorp International Fort Worth, TX

The Contracts Administrator is responsible for the proposal pricing model development, cost input and proposal preparation. Performs contract… DynCorp International

2 days ago

Personnel and Mobile Support Member – new

DynCorp International Kabul

The Personnel and Mobile Support Member is responsible for mobile and static security operations under the supervision of the Personnel and Transport… DynCorp International

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    I worked at DynCorp International full-time for more than a year


    Many of the supervisors are top notch and supportive of their people. Though contracting can be difficult to get into, DynCorp's size dictates that they have to hire more personnel than their competitors. Wide variety of contracts and locations to work. Know what you are getting into, especially in war zones.


    Though well paid, they pay lower than their competitors. Some supervisors seem just to be filling space, not in contact, except email, with their people; all they do is forward email up and down the line. DynCorp, at least overseas, is not supportive of family at all. You are expendable.

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    Get supervision into the field, with their people, if you can.

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