FedBid Jobs & Careers in Vienna, VA

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5 days ago

Post Baccalaureate Internship

FedBid, Inc. Vienna, VA

FedBid was founded on the premise there’s a better way for organizations of all sizes to buy smart, save money and reduce risk on simple goods and… FedBid, Inc.


17 days ago

Senior Systems Engineer

FedBid, Inc. Vienna, VA

We are looking for a skilled Linux system administrator with strong configuration management and java application deployment skills. Specific… FedBid, Inc.


27 days ago

Part-Time Corporate Catering Assistant

FedBid, Inc. Vienna, VA

Duties may include, but are not limited to: • Ensure a high level of health and safety, cleanliness and food hygiene and to see that safe working… FedBid, Inc.


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    Current Employee - Quality Assurance  in  Vienna, VA
    Current Employee - Quality Assurance in Vienna, VA

    I have been working at FedBid full-time

    Pros

    FedBid is a great company for those looking to get their start in business, and for those who have had experience in professional environments elsewhere. The perks offered are unmatched by many companies in the area (free breakfast and lunch, frequent morale boosting events, CASUAL ATTIRE) and the senior management actually practices the 'open door' policy so many tout. Good ideas a recognized and put into place, and you don't have to have a high title to really make a difference. The leadership is very good about listening to ideas and giving people the opportunity to grow and develop their skills.

    Cons

    Not ideal for everyone. Some people are not satisfied with the desk-job environment. The company does a lot to make the environment engaging, but the 9-5 life doesn't work for everyone.
    Competitive. The internship program, where most of the operations team comes from, is rather competitive. Only the best make it through, which is stressful.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Keep the fun rolling! We usually make a big morale push in the crazy summer months, but that same enthusiasm and employee care would be greatly appreciated in the colder months as well. Cross-departmental team building activities (maybe paintball or high-ropes) would go a long way in building a stronger ops force.

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