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System Administrator III (EUC-LEAD)

Data Recognition Corporation Maple Grove, MN

• Provide technical support for Windows XP and Windows 7, I-Pads, Cell/Smart phones, Apple computing products and related devices. • Build and/or… CareerBuilder

24 hrs ago

Technical Analyst – new

Data Recognition Corporation Lincoln, NE +2 locations

Technical Analyst serves as primary contact for any questions related to how the system works from both a business and technical perspective. The… CareerBuilder

25 days ago

E-mail Marketing Co-Ordinator

Recognition London, England

Create email marketing campaigns that promote artists, gigs, tours, products through new… Glassdoor

Data Recognition Corporation Reviews

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    Former Employee - Test Scorer  in  Austin, TX
    Former Employee - Test Scorer in Austin, TX

    I worked at Data Recognition Corporation as a contractor for less than a year


    - Very predictable work environment, no surprises at all, what you hear during the recruitment orientation is exactly what you get.
    - There is a requirement to have at least a bachelors degree for the position, so your coworkers are generally intelligent and reasonable people.
    - Team leaders and project coordinators were generally very friendly and accommodating
    - Some working hour flexibility: Required hours of M-F 8:30 - 4:00, but can start as early as 8:00 and stay as late as 5:00. $50 bonus if you work 40 hours per week.
    - Free popcorn during the afternoon break on Wednesday!


    - The work gets mindnumbingly boring after a few days, and usually you will be grading the same question for the whole duration of the project.
    - Lunch break is only 30 minutes, and there is not a very good selection of places to get food within a short driving distance, hence most people just bring their lunch
    - You don't get much personal space at all in the grading rooms, but at least management informs you of this ahead of time.
    - Even with the "flexible" hours, you can not normally work over 40 hours a week unless management approves overtime for everyone.

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    More break time to break up the monotony.

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