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30+ days ago

Environmental Analyst

CSC Alexandria, VA

* Focuses on results, well-organized, comfortable working independently within a collaborative team. Basic Qualifications * Bachelor's degree… Beyond.com


12 days ago

Scientist

CSC Alexandria, VA

-level reports, detailed technical reports, and presentations * Developing documentation necessary for conducting laboratory studies, emergency… Beyond.com


6 days ago

Project Manager (Datacenter Migration)

CSC Washington, DC

Drive data center consolidation and migration projects, managing internal, client and vendor project teams throughout the entire project life cycle… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Business Analyst

CSC Washington, DC

Essential Job Functions Analyze data for trend analyses to mitigate and predict future outcomes; tracking cost and schedule performance.Communicate… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

VMware Engineer / TSA / Arlington, VA / Secret clearance

Computer Sciences Corporation Arlington, VA

• Ability to Architect, Implement and Manage VMware Virtualization solution for our government client • Execute Architectural Design Sessions with… The Washington Post


11 days ago

Information Security - Senior C&A Validator - Secret and TSA EOD Clearance Requi

Computer Sciences Corporation Arlington, VA

CSC is looking for an Senior C&A Validator to support the TSA contract in Arlington, Virginia. Candidate must have both a SECRET and TSA EOD… The Washington Post


11 days ago

Wintel System Administrator (SHIFT) - Public Trust Clearance Required - Arlingto

Computer Sciences Corporation Arlington, VA

• Administers, installs, and, upgrades Windows 2003, 2008R2, and 2012 servers both physical and virtual environment in production • Develop… The Washington Post


17 days ago

Firewall Engineer / Secret Clearance Required

Computer Sciences Corporation Arlington, VA

CSC is hiring for a Firewall Engineer to work in Arlington, VA.� An active Secret clearance is required. � � Essential Job Functions �… The Washington Post


30+ days ago

*Unix System Engineer / TSA / Arlington, VA / Secret & TSA EOD clearance

Computer Sciences Corporation Arlington, VA

• Proficiency with Solaris 10.x installation, configuration using command line tools, and day to day administrative tasks • Ability to create… The Washington Post


30+ days ago

SCOM Engineer / TSA / Arlington, VA/ Secret Clearance Required

Computer Sciences Corporation Arlington, VA

• Architect, deployÃ? and manage System Center Operation Manager 2012 R2 in production enterprise environment • SCOM 2012 R2 S architect sizing… The Washington Post


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    IT Tech support at AFOSI Andrews AFB for CSC.

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    Former Employee - Systems Administrator in Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Systems Administrator in Washington, DC

    I worked at Computer Sciences Corp (less than a year)

    Pros

    Large company and large company benefits.

    Cons

    Made it very clear throughout the hiring process that I was going to college. When I got the offer letter I negotiated a salary based on their tuition benefits and explained that to my future manager. Once I was hired the manager refused to sign the tuition benefits paperwork, claiming they did not have the funds to pay $3,000 and asked me if I could apply for tuition re-reimbursement for one class only, which they could do. I pointed out that they had a maximum of $5,000 per year and I was below that maximum, but to no avail the manager refused to sign and eventually my request was dropped from the corporate benefits system they have and the allotted time-span to apply for the fall semester ran out. Office politics are rampant. The most shocking were IT managers hired that had very little IT experience or even a cert and simply hired because they were friends with the boss. Friends were hired over or placed in charge of true IT professionals with decades of experience and B.S. and M.S. degrees. Got spoken down to many times by absolutely degrading managers.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop speaking down to your subordinates. The majority of employees probably want to do a good job and value their jobs. Allow your subordinates to excel by helping them, instead of fighting against them.

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