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13 days ago

Senior Systems Engineer

First Command Financial Services, Inc. Fort Worth, TX

IT Sr. Systems Engineer position responsible for research, design, and implementation of information systems and technology solutions in support of… First Command Financial Services, Inc.


19 days ago

Supervision Principal

First Command Financial Services, Inc. Fort Worth, TX

Perform a key role by conducting supervisory principal review on securities transactions. Individual Is responsible for reviewing client suitability… First Command Financial Services, Inc.


5 days ago

Field Development Coaching Facilitator

First Command Financial Services, Inc. Fort Worth, TX

First Command has made a commitment to drive significant and sustainable business growth for District Advisors and Advisors by going beyond the… First Command Financial Services, Inc.


28 days ago

Application Services Analyst

First Command Financial Services, Inc. Fort Worth, TX

The Application Services Analyst (ASA) has the primary responsibility of providing administration and support of for third party applications… First Command Financial Services, Inc.


28 days ago

Channel Management Representative

First Command Financial Services, Inc. Fort Worth, TX

• Answers inquiry calls on First Command Banks 800 number from clients and advisors concerning accounts, products, and procedures of all areas of the… First Command Financial Services, Inc.


16 days ago

Licensed Call Center Representatives

First Command Financial Services, Inc. Fort Worth, TX

• Assist First Command clients and advisors with navigating our products and services, and responding to client inquiries including account… First Command Financial Services, Inc.


16 days ago

Customer Service, Tier I

First Command Financial Services, Inc. Fort Worth, TX

Initially, as a Tier 1 associate, you will: • Assist First Command clients and advisors with navigating our products and services, and… First Command Financial Services, Inc.


28 days ago

Systems Analyst

First Command Financial Services, Inc. Fort Worth, TX

IT Systems Analyst position responsible for implementation and support of information systems and technology solutions in support of business needs… First Command Financial Services, Inc.


16 days ago

Brokerage Operations Analyst

First Command Financial Services, Inc. Fort Worth, TX

of and met all of the knowledge, skill, and ability requirements of the Brokerage Operations Specialist. The Brokerage Operations Analyst is… First Command Financial Services, Inc.


6 days ago

Quality Assurance Analyst

First Command Financial Services, Inc. Fort Worth, TX

• Perform manual and automated testing. • Attend design meetings with Business Analysts, end-users and software developers. • Create… First Command Financial Services, Inc.


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    Software Quality Assurance Analyst

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    Former Employee - Software Quality Assurance Analyst in Fort Worth, TX
    Former Employee - Software Quality Assurance Analyst in Fort Worth, TX

    I worked at First Command full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    I worked at the Home Office. There, this company does make every reasonable effort to live by the CASTLE mantra-- a need by one is like the need of a family member. It is genuinely difficult to not make multiple connections quickly at the Home Office. Also, there is an extensive list of amenities.

    Cons

    Advancement or stability, however, are genuinely difficult, there. Sadly, the company is no longer in the hands of the founding family, and the Peter Principle is epidemic at practically every level from the bottom, up. Returns on savvy investments of generations past are drunkenly spent on glitz while basics like toilet paper and light bulbs go un-replenished under the guise of "going green." Due to controversy in the 2000s, the company's reputation is absolute mud with its only real clientele source-- the military. It is increasingly difficult to garner new clients to help replace those who are beginning to die-off. Even the sales force is dropping as the company resorts to indebting salespeople just to retain them. As an extremely closely held private company, there are questionable goings-on without check, promises that cannot be verified and are reneged at the drop of a hat, and a blatant boys' club modus operandi; moreover, routine measures taken by-- and demanded of-- publicly held companies are delayed and quietly brushed aside, with compliance occurring only when fear of scrutiny prevails. The only perceivable way this company moves forward is by hiring temps and contractors specifically to fix specific problems within a specific time frame, then finding reasons to terminate, then utterly blundering maintaining momentum in-house, then seeking a wind change by again turning to outsiders.

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    Start hiring based on qualifications rather than on an individual's popularity (or enticing wardrobe). Stop worrying about charming employees with health and wealth and begin worrying about basics like company direction and viability. Consider a third-party audit.

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