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11 days ago

Information Technology Trainee Entry Level Position

Eagle Creek Software Services Vermillion, SD

* Comprehensive instruction on general topics and tools including Unix/Linix administration, SQL, SSIS, SSRS, and quality assurance, programming… ClickCast


30+ days ago

Sr. Lead Siebel Developer

Eagle Creek Software Services Sioux Falls, SD

Since 2005, Eagle Creek has leveraged US based on-shore/off-site Consultants in our multiple Technology Centers. This has given us the ability to… ClickCast


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Eagle Creek President, CEO & Co-Founder Ken Behrendt
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12 Ratings
  • An exercise in mismanaging human resources.

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    Current Employee - Software Consultant in Vermillion, SD
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    Doesn't Recommend
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    No opinion of CEO

    I have been working at Eagle Creek full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    They are willing to hire you with no experience, and possibly without a degree, if you can pass the technical interview. Some of the training was quite good, SQL in particular was quite in depth and thorough. They are very reasonable in terms of being flexible with hours and allowing time off on short notice. They also provided free beer at the local tavern on occasion.

    Cons

    We were allowed a ridiculous amount of idle time, when not on a billable project, which can last for months. Getting paid to do nothing isn't as fun as it sounds. After the training period, there was almost no guidance about what to be doing with your time. There were a few half-hearted attempts at continued training, but this was mostly useless. The company seems to have over-hired during a slow season, anticipating more clients than they were able to get, resulting in lay-offs. Also, the pay is about as low as it can get for a software development job.

    Advice to Management

    Utilize and evaluate your talent more effectively. Encourage people on the bench to improve their skills, maybe put them to work fixing the companies horrible internal software.


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