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9 days ago

PeopleSoft Project Manager

CSC Dallas, TX

* Prepares detailed statements of work (SOW) for medium size project engagements and participates in delivery assurance reviews to ensure adherence…

9 days ago

PeopleSoft FSCM Principal Solution Architect

CSC Dallas, TX

* Builds case for action and helps to obtain buy-in from executive sponsors of the mission, vision and strategy and case for action (Business…

30+ days ago

Oracle Exadata Technical Architect

CSC Dallas, TX

The Oracle Technical Architect is responsible in designing, documenting, and presenting complex solutions for new and existing customers specifically…

30+ days ago

Sr. Shaw Business Analyst

CSC Dallas, TX

** CSC is strategically focused on growing our Business Process Outsourcing division and is committed to hiring top talent as we continue to expand…

17 days ago

PeopleSoft AM Functional Finanacial Senior Consultant

CSC Dallas, TX

* Analyzes requirements and develops high-level and detailed business process designs to the elementary business process (EBP) level and derived…

25 days ago

Production Support - .Net Applications

CSC Garland, TX

* Creates appropriate documentation in work assignments such as program code, and technical documentation. * Conducts quality assurance activities…

30+ days ago

ETL Developer - Informatica

CSC Garland, TX

CSC is transforming our Big Data group to become the premiere consulting service and leader in the industry. Our goal is to become a leader in…

9 days ago

J2EE/ESB Application Designer

CSC Fort Worth, TX

* Assists in reviewing and analyzing gathered information in technical research and in evaluating tools and methodologies to ensure that designs…

16 days ago

Call Center Client Services Manager

CSC Fort Worth, TX

Essential Job Functions * Manages daily operations, ensures client inquires and requests are responded to accurately and timely and in accordance…

24 days ago

Senior Consultant: Technical

CSC Fort Worth, TX

Candidates should possess excellent analytical and problem solving skills as well as strong verbal and written communication skills. Candidates must…

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

    I worked at Computer Sciences Corp full-time for more than 8 years


    Tuition reimbursement
    Basic exposure to technologies like Active Directory, Exchange, VPN, etc
    It's exceedingly easy work if you put forth just a little effort


    The DTC in Coppell is a joke. If you are an IT person, this is not the place to be, maybe spend a year if you're getting your feet wet, but leave as soon as you can. It started off different but gradually became a soul-sucking call center over the years. You are not paid to think or fix things, just reset passwords and cut tickets. I have personally heard operations managers and team leads say they could get monkeys to do the job their team does, make racist comments, ask employees why they don't like them out in the open, and openly fool around with subordinates. People get promoted because they kiss up and schmooze. People get hired with no skills whatsoever because they go to church with the team lead. Meanwhile the brightest techs get picked on because the incompetent managers in charge are afraid of the smart people around them so they look for reasons to bully them and keep them down. Every career move in that center that is not a team lead or manager is a lateral move. They will tell workers sometimes there are no raises this year, but their friends on the team get raises. Then they splurge on a customer service week in October and act like it's all good again. If you want to be told you are not good enough to do a job that is beneath you by people who are in positions they are completely unsuited for - this is where to be. If you appreciate the value of hard work, learning, career advancement, and mutual respect - stay away.

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    Stop being petty and throwing your little bit of power around like big shots when it's obvious to everyone you are insecure and incompetent. Your employees are what make you look good, but you don't respect them and wonder why there is ridiculous turnover and you constantly fail to meet SLAs and KPIs. You spend more time in meetings pointing fingers and looking at numbers than you do solving problems and working with your teams.

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