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9 days ago

Application Support Engineer

JBS INTERNATIONAL North Bethesda, MD

· BS degree in ComputerScience or similar program. · 1-5 years ofhands-on software development, testing, and release experience in medium… CareerBuilder


21 days ago

Executive Assistant

JBS INTERNATIONAL North Bethesda, MD

The Executive Assistant manages scheduling of a busy calendar, which requires interaction with company executives, project directors and managers… CareerBuilder


9 days ago

Senior Software Developer

JBS INTERNATIONAL North Bethesda, MD

BS in computer science, information systems, engineering, orrelated field; MS or PhD in computer science or related field preferred. Strongtechnical… CareerBuilder


JBS International Reviews

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    Company does not recognize talent or sufficiently appreciate hard work

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    Former Employee - Project Manager in North Bethesda, MD
    Former Employee - Project Manager in North Bethesda, MD

    I worked at JBS International full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Reasonable compensation and willingness to be flexible for education or family situations

    Cons

    I was hired to work on a project remotely, but I felt like as a telecommuter I was not given the same opportunities as others for promotion. I did not feel my work was recognized even though I went above and beyond on a regular basis. I saw many talented individuals leave the project I was on due to being underutilized or insufficiently challenged. In many ways, JBS operates like a federal bureaucracy--replete with layers of administration and red tape to get anything done. The review process was maddeningly slow. I don't think clients get a good value for their dollar given all the extra layers of internal process involved. On my project, there was a mix of talented bright individuals working alongside others who seemed "burned in"--folks who didn't like their jobs and weren't particularly good at them, but had no plans to leave and seemed to have protected status from ever being laid off or let go. I also observed some toxic relationships and management styles that went unaddressed during the years I was there.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Using 360 anonomous reviews might help you identify your talent as well as identify personnel issues that need to be addressed. Hire people you trust and then trust them that they can do their jobs at home if need be (e.g. for telecommuters spread around the country.) Consider increasing the fluidity between projects rather than hiring folks on a per project basis.

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