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13 days ago

Program Manager - Cloud Services Transformation/Implementation

Hewlett-Packard Hyattsville, MD

include: •Serve as HP single point of contact (SPOC) for on all program-wide issues and liaison with the Program Management Office and Contract… Hewlett-Packard


8 days ago

Database Administrator - Database/SQL Server (Public Trust Clearance)

Hewlett-Packard Washington, DC

Minimum Experience: 5 years as application and/or system DBA Platform: Oracle 11g (some experience with 9i and 10g required) on Solaris and Linux… Hewlett-Packard


28 days ago

.NET Developer

Hewlett-Packard Washington, DC

The Senior .NET Developer will work onsite at the DHS Component facility in Washington, DC, to design, develop, and enhance ASP.NET and C# web-based… Hewlett-Packard


13 days ago

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Help Desk - ICE - (TS/SCI FS POLY Clearance)

Hewlett-Packard Washington, DC

The candidate selected for this job will provide remote system administration support, system maintenance, and operation of a Virtual Desktop… Hewlett-Packard


8 days ago

Request Mgt Database SME w/Secret Clearance

Hewlett-Packard Washington, DC

HP USPS is seeking to identify highly motivated and qualified individuals for various future opportunities as Request Management Database Subject… Hewlett-Packard


7 days ago

Commercial Hunter Account Manager

Hewlett-Packard Washington, DC

• Establishes a professional working relationship (up to the executive level) with clients, focusing mainly on specialist buyers, e.g. IT… Hewlett-Packard


5 days ago

Training Specialist - Admissions Coordinator / Manager (TS/SCI Clearance)

Hewlett-Packard Washington, DC

of this role include: • Provide information, access, techniques and procedures to assist LMS application users at all levels. • Monitor… Hewlett-Packard


20 days ago

Managed Print Services Sales Specialist

Hewlett-Packard Washington, DC

The Managed Print Services Specialist will drive TCV or Total Contract Value in HPs Commercial segment. Drive proactive campaigns to build the… Hewlett-Packard


8 days ago

Windows Administrator - Citrix Administrator (Public Trust Clearance)

Hewlett-Packard Washington, DC

The ESA IV program in Washington, DC, has an opportunity for a full time Citrix/Windows Server Administrator to support our customer. The individual… Hewlett-Packard


27 days ago

Telecom.Subject Matter Expert US Clearance required

Hewlett-Packard Washington, DC

HP USPS Responsible for providing technical support for the current ACD environment, to include analyzing current configurations, assisting with… Hewlett-Packard


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  1. 3 people found this helpful  

    Really enjoy working here...however I cannot stay on as a contractor...I need a permanent position moving forward.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Andover, MA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Andover, MA

    I have been working at Hewlett-Packard as a contractor for more than a year

    Pros

    I look forward to coming in to the office because of the great team of people and all the newest cutting edge technology that you get to work on...some of which is not even on the market as of yet.

    Cons

    Training for upcoming new classes is not offered and if it is it must be done on your off time and you still have to work your regular schedule. The office environment is very casual and most time quite enjoyable. Local Team Leads in the office are great to work with and very helpful professionally as well as on a personal level.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Ask what your folks what they would want occasionally...on paper a new idea may seem great but when put into practice it may not be the case...you need to listen to your team and see how practical and efficient the steps/changes made work for them. Also do not make it an environment where people are afraid to speak up or give input for fear they may be fired or let go just because they speak up and have suggestions.

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