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7 days ago

IT Consultant Summer Intern - Campus Recruiting

CGI Lebanon, VA

All interns are hired into either technical or functional roles within specific account and/or project teams. All candidates typically have a… CGI

8 days ago

Entry Level Business Analyst - Campus Recruiting

CGI Lebanon, VA

Our Entry-Level Business Analysts typically have a demonstrated interest in technology and business, strong problem-solving abilities, and excellent… CGI

8 days ago

Entry Level Applications Developer - Campus Recruiting

CGI Lebanon, VA

CGI is seeking graduating students interested in careers in the Information Technology field. CGI is more than just an IT consulting CGI

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    Former Employee - Business Analyst in Lebanon, VA
    Former Employee - Business Analyst in Lebanon, VA

    I worked at CGI full-time (more than an year)


    Great work/life balance. Managers were humans not robots. Very friendly people. Very minimal oversight or micromanaging. Great room to move up or laterally, provided you are willing to work for it.


    Training was severely lacking. I had to practically beg to be taught how to do stuff so i wasn't just sitting there all day. It was more of everyone else was busy and they didn't want to take the time to teach it. More often than not i would ask for help and they would just do it for me rather than teach me. I'd have to ask for the details so I could do it on my own.

    Very minimal micro managing and oversight makes slacking off easy and others slacking may slow you down because you are waiting on them for information.

    Pay is just ok. I took less than the average but only because I was promised work from home after 6 months to a year.

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    Train the new people.. properly. Don't just slap someone new with a SME and say: "Go! Learn!" my "buddy" was a terrible analyst and his "training" was go here look at this (points) then go here (points). It was so ambiguous and i had no idea what we were doing. He taught me the solution to each problem and not the concepts. After I taught my self it was much better.

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