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26 days ago

Senior Engineer I

TYBRIN Stennis Space Center, MS

Develop solutions to complex problems that require a high degree of innovation and ingenuity. Must have knowledge of all electrical engineering… Glassdoor

5 days ago

Engineer I - Software

Jacobs Technology Kennedy Space Center, FL

Candidate will be a member the TOSC GFAST software development team in support of the NASA customer’s software development activities at the Kennedy… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Database Administrator I


Update and maintain internal quality management system documents residing on the PEO GCS Knowledge Center (PEO Portal) website for control and… Glassdoor

14 days ago

Business Analyst

TYBRIN Alexandria, VA

The Business Analyst will be responsible for performing various functional/analytical tasks as part of a team supporting the Defense Logistics Agency… Glassdoor

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Jacobs President, CEO, and Director Craig L. Martin
Craig L. Martin
294 Ratings

    Great Professional Company, Too Big to Fail

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    Current Employee - Senior Project Manager  in  Philadelphia, PA
    Current Employee - Senior Project Manager in Philadelphia, PA

    I have been working at Jacobs full-time for more than 5 years


    Best company in the field. The employees seem smarter and better than other companies. Top performers in their perspective fields.


    Cost of Medical Benefits are too high for a 70k + employer. 5% Stock discount is too low.. The company is so large there is disconnect between the departments and various companies within hte group. Problems with communications between the higharchy of the company. The 1st line management that is performing the actual work and bringing in the repeat clients is given all the responsibility with little help from the office "overhead" people. Emplyees are left scrambling after each project to find the next or laid off.

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