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21 days ago

Sr. Application Python Developer

Josef Group Columbia, MD

Sr. Application Engineer PRIME Contract Top Secret SCI clearance and FS poly is required Develops and manages software tools in support of Enterprise… Dice


25 days ago

Linux System Support Administrator

Josef Group Annapolis Junction, MD

System Administrator System Administration support for a 24x7 services program. Day Shift MON- Friday Essential Job Function Provide and supervise… Dice


22 days ago

Sr System Engineer Prime Contract

Josef Group Reston, VA

RESTON,VA SR SYSTEM Engineer Top SecretSCI (TSSCI) with Full Scope Poly Manages, defines, designs, and develops system requirements. Performs… Dice


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    In serious need of re-engineering

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    Former Employee - Assistant/Customer Service  in  Miami, FL
    Former Employee - Assistant/Customer Service in Miami, FL

    I worked at Josef Silny & Associates part-time for more than a year

    Pros

    The office environment is friendly for the most part only a few people who obviously hate their job and take it out on subordinates.
    Management is very flexible with schedule if you are part time.
    Management is understanding of the challenges one may face with clients.
    Yearly raises are common practice.

    Cons

    The job is extremely frustrating due to internal communication on top of already having communication difficulties with the foreign clients.
    Everyone in every department is drowning in work and not being compensated for the amount of effort expected, pay is very low when starting out.
    Customer service expectations are extremely low. When a CS representative needs help or answers from senior workers to help clients it is often a struggle to get the answers or fix the solution in order to have happy clients. This is an issue with the office culture, management doesn't care, senior workers don't care, and it trickles down to the entry level workers.
    Nepotism is obvious. Some are victims of favoritism.

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    The owner seriously needs to re-consider how things are run, he is stuck in his ways and is not open to changing or improving things. Money is not put back into what is needed to build up the company but rather on minor changes. Expansion is needed in every aspect.

    Doesn't Recommend
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