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30+ days ago

Telecomunications Project Manager

Federal Working Group Washington, DC

Responsible for managing, scheduling and overseeing implementing of telecommunications refresh projects. Client Management: Manage day to day… HireRabbit


30+ days ago

VTC Engineer

Federal Working Group Washington, DC

Provide technical consultation, support, and act as lead contact for all VC operations and maintenance. Good knowledge of video conferencing… HireRabbit


30+ days ago

Network Engineer- Team Lead

Federal Working Group Washington, DC

• Manage functions related to network design and performance improvements. Develop and implement LAN and WAN designs based on industry best practices… HireRabbit


30+ days ago

IT Security Engineer

Federal Working Group Washington, DC

Exceptional IT Security Advisor~~Required Skills: • 5 years of relevant experience • A minimum of Bachelor's Degree • Must be eligible to obtain US… HireRabbit


30+ days ago

Sr. Telecommunications Engineer

Federal Working Group Washington, DC

Much of the work of the FWG Senior Telecommunications Engineer will be split between project-based efforts (Technical Refresh efforts) and… HireRabbit


30+ days ago

Application Developer

Federal Working Group Suitland, MD

• U.S. Citizen • Must be able to obtain and sustain a Census Bureau Public Trust clearance • Bachelors degree from a 4-year college or an equivalent… HireRabbit


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    Stressful

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    Former Employee - Information Specialist
    Former Employee - Information Specialist

    I worked at Federal Working Group

    Pros

    They will give you a job.

    Cons

    Nothing is concrete; benefits are never on paper. After being laid off, I was sent a check for $0.17 for a "matching program" I never was told about. It is a call center, you are to "look businesslike" at all times while waiting for the phone to ring. The job used to be focused on customer satisfaction, now the emphasis is on completing the call within specified minutes.

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    A Human Resources department that can advocate for employees to management could be beneficial in the long run--dealing with consumers is stressful already without the added burden of arcane & arbitrary business practices.

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