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14 days ago

Graphics Artist

Booz Allen Leavenworth, KS

Key Role: Work with various members of the team supporting the Army training management organization to provide creative thinking and graphics design… Booz Allen

14 days ago

ATMP Military Training Analyst

Booz Allen Leavenworth, KS

Key Role: Act as a primary interface for coordinating and managing the Army’s training management marketing and opportunity capture events. Manage… Booz Allen

1 day ago

Cost Benefits Analyst, Senior – new

Booz Allen Leavenworth, KS

Key Role: Conduct analysis, including cost-benefit analysis (C-BA) and analysis of alternatives (AoA), and other duties in support of Army clients… Booz Allen

17 days ago

SAP CRM Developer

Booz Allen Kansas City, KS

Key Role: Manage CRM systems, leverage programmer experience, and develop very complex programs on multiple engagements of large scale… Booz Allen

2 days ago

Java Applications Developer, Senior – new

Booz Allen Kansas City, MO

Key Role: Formulate and define system scope and objectives and modify procedures to solve complex problems considering computer equipment capacity… Booz Allen

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    Working for Booz PRE-Carlyle Buy-Out

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    Former Employee - Senior Associate  in  Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Senior Associate in Washington, DC

    I worked at Booz Allen Hamilton full-time for more than 8 years


    You felt like you were one of the elite; working for one of the best companies in the market, a company that was very selective about who it hired. The compensation was fair. The benefits were awesome - especially the 401K and training. Leadership knew you and you knew leadership. Career development was the mantra for taking care of staff. The annual assessments were constructive and critical; there might be some hard pills to swallow in the debrief but the information was typically spot-on and was meant to help you grow as a professional.


    Seemed as if climbing the ladder above Senior Associate required someone to retire, die, and/or have testicles - and it required breakfast, lunch, and dinner meetings on a regular basis to "socialize" your career progression. Many of the social events included drinking or golf - what if you didn't like those? They did have a part time track for work-life balance, but that usually meant earning 75% of your prior pay for the ability to answer emails and requests from home and your workload didn't seem to diminish. I fault the very senior leadership for selling out to Carlyle and ruining what had been a great company. Principals and Senior Associates asked if they could buy company stock to help raise money for the "Booz & Company" folks who wanted out of Booz Allen Hamilton and we were told NO. Bad decision.

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    From what I hear, Booz is now just another Beltway Bandit. P&L are taking precedence over quality deliver and quality staff care because the "P" is expected to be much larger than it had been in the past. To regain the reputation of old, refocus on staff care and quality delivery. Lose the multiple layers of management and "bean counting" that takes staff away from client delivery.

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