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10 days ago

Program Management Support - DHS

ICF International Washington, DC

• Program Management support • Planning and business process support • MS Project support • Project scheduling • Research and information… ICF International

16 days ago

Social Media Expert/Communications Expert

ICF International Washington, DC

The Technology & Management Solutions Group provides a broad range of services related to information technology support for many government clients… ICF International

16 days ago

SharePoint Developer

ICF International Washington, DC

• Design new SharePoint-based capabilities using commercial industry and Government-approved tools, including SharePoint Designer and InfoPath… ICF International

9 days ago

SR IT PMO Director

ICF International Washington, DC

The ideal candidate will possess BPA account leadership experience with demonstrated ability to grow a blanket purchase agreement contract from one… ICF International

19 days ago

Recruiter - OnCall/Part-time, WDC Metro-based Virtual opportunity

ICF International Washington, DC

• Manage recruitment processes and practices that ensure outstanding client/candidate follow-up, proactive service, and successful delivery of… ICF International

10 days ago

DHS Junior Analyst

ICF International Washington, DC

ICF International's Homeland Security and Program Management Division is seeking Junior Analysts to work within a broad team to develop program… ICF International

22 days ago

IT PMO Scheduler

ICF International Washington, DC

ICF International delivers program management and program management office (PMO) support services to a CIO within the U. S. Department of State. We… ICF International

23 days ago

Health Informatics Specialist

ICF International Washington, DC

for this position will be to support data collection, management, analysis and reporting activities with the Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator in… ICF International

28 days ago

Drupal Developer

ICF International Washington, DC

The Drupal Developer will contribute to the definition, design and development of high quality Web sites and Web-based solutions. Applications will… ICF International

30 days ago

DHS Junior Analyst - FPS

ICF International Washington, DC

ICF International's Homeland Security and Program Management Division has an opening to support the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Federal… ICF International

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ICF International Chairman and CEO Sudhakar Kesavan
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    Generally interesting work for generally low compensation

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    I have been working at ICF International full-time


    Depending on what projects you are pulled into, you can work on some pretty interesting stuff with a group of very passionate people. Junior staff tend to organize sports teams and various happy hours outside of work, which is nice. Work often provides a great learning experience for people interested in getting into government work. Junior staff can get their hands on very technical work if they push for it. Generally good work life balance, if you make it clear to managers that you will only work 40-45 hours per week.


    Compensation is far below industry standard unless you are an engineer. There is a very present corporate structure to many things in the office - lots of hierarchy in compensation, promotions, and decision making. Though ICF denies it, promotions are generally based on how much time you have spent with the company (or whether you have a graduate degree) instead of how well you do your job. Annual salary increases are a joke. Decision-making processes generally need to go up the chain of command. Junior staff generally are not allowed to participate in budgeting conversations. Some managers are too consumed in their own work that they forget to foster the growth of junior staff. Merit bonuses are 1/4th of referral bonuses. Why?! Company seems to care more about shareholders than their employees.

    Advice to Management

    Stop being all talk and DO the things you say you'll do. Acknowledge the high turnover rate by recognizing and rewarding good work, actively developing junior staff, and revisit compensation and benefits.

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