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26 days ago

Senior Software Engineer

FedBid, Inc. Vienna, VA

• Understand and translate business requirements and rapidly drive convergence towards the best solution. • Design and implement highly scalable… FedBid, Inc.


10 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.


22 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.


9 days ago

Sr. Systems Administrator

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.


5 days ago

2015 Winter Externship

FedBid, Inc. Vienna, VA

The Winter Externship will be a one day job shadow opportunity for students to learn more about FedBid and the exciting e-commerce industry. This… FedBid, Inc.


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    High Stress, Little Skills Gained and Not Enough Compensation

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    Former Employee - Market Specialist in Vienna, VA
    Former Employee - Market Specialist in Vienna, VA

    I worked at FedBid as an intern (less than an year)

    Pros

    - Managers and supervisors appear to be open to concerns
    - Company tries to sponsor social events for employees
    - Catered lunches during busy season

    Cons

    - You'll be lucky if you get a chance to leave your desk for more than a few minutes at a time; be prepared to never see sunlight during the day, and for your vision to deteriorate as you sit crouched at your cubicle desk staring at the monitor for hours at a time. Management will try to "encourage" you to take breaks, but it is all just words - you have to get your work done and it is a highly stressful load during busy season
    - You do NOT get paid enough for the amount of work you will be required to do
    - Inexperienced supervisors
    - Management that is disconnected from the rest of the company (from those "in the trenches)
    - Be prepared to spend half of your day on the phone
    - You are allowed a very strict one hour break during the day, but most people will only take 20-30 minutes because of fear of not finishing their work; if you do take your full hour, be ready for some disapproving looks and concerns from your supervisors
    - Monotonous tasks, day after day, hour after hour
    - Not a very inclusive environment; you will see many cliques and blatant acts of favoritism

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    I wish management knew what REALLY went on between the senior account managers and the account manager teams, between the market managers/senior market specialists and the market specialists, as well as between the supervisory relationships among the other departments. Supervisors lack skill and experience in handling team dynamics and individuals.

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