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27 days ago

System Engineer / Linux HPC Cluster / NASA / Greenbelt, MD/ Obtain NACI clearanc

CSC Greenbelt, MD

The NCCS centerpiece is the Discover supercomputer, which links thousands of Intel Xeon processors to perform more than 1 petalops (1,000 trillion… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Production System Control Associate for DHS/FEMA National Flood Insurance Progra

CSC Lanham, MD

* Plans, coordinates and directs appropriate level data refresh strategies. * Oversees, recommends and implements appropriate level database… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Director: Business Development

CSC Annapolis Junction, MD

Owns the sales plan and is responsible for a large quota aligned with the scope of the assigned complex deal territory, offerings or services and… Ivy Exec


26 days ago

Network Operations Specialist - Centers for Disease Control and Pr

CSC Hyattsville, MD

- Under general direction, provides support for implementation, installation, troubleshooting and maintenance of agency networks. - Studies and… ClearanceJobs.com


30+ days ago

Principal: Program Management

CSC Washington, DC

Maintains grade and quality of program deliverables within defined and agreed upon program requirements. Identifies and resolves matters of… Ivy Exec


23 days ago

Network Operations Specialist - Centers for Disease Control & Prevention - Hyatt

CSC Hyattsville, MD

* Manages network performance and maintains network security. Installs network software. * Provides production support of the Network, including… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Defense Scientist:Biologist

CSC Arlington, VA

Performs the functions of a technical expert in the relevant scientific field in support of major programs or system development. Applies scientific… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Defense Scientist : Physicist

CSC Arlington, VA

Performs the functions of a technical expert in the relevant scientific field in support of major programs or system development. Applies scientific… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Defense Scientist : Chemist

CSC Arlington, VA

Performs the functions of a technical expert in the relevant scientific field in support of major programs or system development. Applies scientific… Ivy Exec


5 days ago

Manager: Operations

CSC Landover, MD

* Establishes and communicates goals and objectives, defines methodologies, tasks, and activities, and clearly describes roles and responsibilities… Beyond.com


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    Former Employee - Engineer in Greenbelt, MD

    I worked at Computer Sciences Corp

    Pros

    CSC gets a lot of big, long-term government service contracts, so there is good job stability while your contract lasts. A lot of the technical work can be challenging and interesting. Benefits were pretty good.

    Cons

    Pay is often substandard because CSC gets contracts by bidding low so that they have to pay low. And watch out when it's time for your contract re-bid. When it's rebid time, they cut costs (people) however they need to for the sake of saving money and then deal with the fallout after they win the contract. After you've worked at CSC for several years, if you've done OK they do make some effort to find other work for you within the company, but don't bet the house. The worst thing in my division was bad managers. Some were just plain fools who must have kissed up somehow. One section lead was so unpopular that half the section quit within a year, and guess what, CSC promoted the guy right after that. Almost all the managers treated their (highly intelligent, technical) staff in my division like children. They were highly secretive and there was a widespread feeling that we in the tech staff could never trust them to be straight with us on what was going on. At one point CSC did a company-wide poll and found that only about 1/3 of their people trusted their own supervisors to tell the truth about things. Also many of the managers didn't really understand what we were doing technically, but wouldn't listen to advice from below. It's hard to accept managers as your superiors when they are plainly less intelligent and less knowledgeable than the people under them. Also, within the tech ranks promotions were few and far between even for excellent performers. Finally, there was often pressure to put in unpaid overtime just for the sake of it.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop treating your highly-educated employees like fools or children, and don't be so afraid to be honest with them about what's going on in the company.

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