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12 days ago

PA / Java Programmer Analyst

CSC Irving, TX

Experience working with pA or a calculation/rules engine Experience integrating multiple systems Understanding of Java Working knowledge of XML… TheLadders.com


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Enterprise Application Architect

CSC Dallas, TX

Essential Job Functions • Conducts technical research, testing, evaluation and documentation of moderately complex hosting/configuration tools… TheLadders.com


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    Good people managed by chaos

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    Former Employee - Help Desk Analyst  in  Coppell, TX
    Former Employee - Help Desk Analyst in Coppell, TX

    I worked at Computer Sciences Corp full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    You will meet many stellar people here with excellent skills and potential.

    Cons

    The office culture is one of chaotic management with frantic emails and memos going out every day changing policies and them switching them right back when it is found that the new policy was ill thought out, only to have another manager veto it and institute another ill-planned band-aid policy or procedure.

    Massive work load and unrealistic expectations lead to a very high turn-over rate.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take the time to consider how to change things and more importantly why they are being changed. Actually talk to the people who implement and support this process and get their input beforehand, they will often be able to show you the pitfalls before you leap into them.

    Consider treating your employees more humanely.

    Stop threatening an entire help desk in an email or chat over the actions of one analyst - especially when a little research (the recorded phone logs and service orders) will prove the analyst was the one in the right and the customer was making a false accusation.

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