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2 days ago

Protocol Nurse Coordinator II 614783 (NCI) – new

Leidos Bethesda, MD

COMPANY INFORMATION Leidos Biomedical Research, Inc. (LBRI), a wholly owned subsidiary of Leidos, operates the Frederick National Laboratory for… Leidos


10 days ago

Information Systems/Security Officer

Leidos Bethesda, MD

Leidos seeks Information assurance and engineering contractor support for all NCSC systems. At a minimum, the workload will entail moving all NCSC… Leidos


4 days ago

Information Systems Security Officer (ISSO)

Leidos Bethesda, MD

Leidos seeks an ISSO to support for all NCSC systems. At a minimum, the workload will entail moving all NCSC systems through the DARMA ICD… Leidos


6 days ago

Bioinformatics Analyst III 612450 (NCI)

Leidos Bethesda, MD

COMPANY INFORMATION Leidos Biomedical Research, Inc. (LBRI), a wholly owned subsidiary of Leidos, operates the Frederick National Laboratory for… Leidos


6 days ago

Software Design Engineer - Immediate Opportunity

Leidos Bethesda, MD

The ideal candidate for this technically sophisticated, challenging position is an energetic, motivated self-starter capable of working both… Leidos


4 days ago

Administrative Assistant

Leidos Bethesda, MD

Leidos is looking for an Administrative Assistant to help with Staff Support for a program in Chantilly, VA. Position will be moving to Bethesda, MD… Leidos


4 days ago

Research Associate II 613844 (NCI)

Leidos Bethesda, MD

COMPANY INFORMATION Leidos Biomedical Research, Inc. (LBRI), a wholly owned subsidiary of Leidos, operates the Frederick National Laboratory for… Leidos


2 days ago

Clinical Coordinator 614779 (NCI) – new

Leidos Bethesda, MD

COMPANY INFORMATION Leidos Biomedical Research, Inc. (LBRI), a wholly owned subsidiary of Leidos, operates the Frederick National Laboratory for… Leidos


11 days ago

Sr. Information Assurance Analyst

Leidos Bethesda, MD

LEIDOS has an opening for an Information Assurance Business Analyst to provide direct support to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the… Leidos


6 days ago

Software Engineer - Computer Graphics

Leidos Bethesda, MD

Candidate will develop software as part of the team building three dimensional graphics systems including a submarine periscope simulation, a… Leidos


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    Former Contractor - .NET Developer in Bethesda, MD
    Former Contractor - .NET Developer in Bethesda, MD

    I worked at Leidos as a contractor (less than a year)

    Pros

    - Most of the people are nice to work with
    - There's free coffee
    - Company events and potlucks
    - Above-average vacation/sick leave for full time employees

    Cons

    - The "6 hour day." They assume you will be spending at least 2 hours per day in meetings or doing reports. Some times you will spend more than that.
    - Many of the meetings are overly long, if not wholly unnecessary. Status updates take at least twice as long as they should.
    - Management wants you to spend up to an hour reporting on what you've done so they can track how much you're getting done.
    - Waterfall + Agile methodology. Agile-type scrum meetings, Waterfall-type thought process and planning.
    - There is a good chance you will be moved to a different position shortly (1-2 months) after being hired. It happened to myself and at least two other people I talked to, with minimal input from the person being moved.
    - Culture of "work through lunch so I can just get home." Most people seem to not want to be there.
    - General lack of concern for quality. The question isn't "How can we meet the bare minimum?" It's "How far under the bare minimum will still be accepted?"
    - Upper management doesn't appear to have any idea of the development process.
    - Poor location.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - You need about half the meetings you think you do.
    - A one-hour meeting for developers can lose up to an additional hour ("I can't get anything done 15 minutes before this meeting." and "Okay, done with the meeting. Time to figure out what I was doing.")
    - There doesn't seem to be any repercussions for not getting work done on time, or poor-quality work. This has led to having to hound people for information they should have given a week ago.
    - You have no idea what to do with half your developers. Stop moving them away from what they were hired for. Don't hire developers that say they want to do code, then move them to a management style role, or an administrative role.

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