Northrop Grumman Jobs in Woodlawn, MD

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22 days ago

HP Service Manager/Request Management ExperComputer Systems Analyst 4

Northrop Grumman Woodlawn, MD

• The analyst will: • Assist in implementing the Request Management (RM) module of HP’s Service Manager 9.3 software according to design… Northrop Grumman


27 days ago

Senior Analyst- Health IT

Northrop Grumman Woodlawn, MD

This effort will include but is not limited to the analysis of existing processes; elicitation, analyses, and management of requirements; and… Northrop Grumman


27 days ago

Web Application Developer- Health IT

Northrop Grumman Woodlawn, MD

for this position will include: • Ability to communicate with customer to explain project requirements; to seek solutions (phased-in solutions); to… Northrop Grumman


27 days ago

Junior Analyst- Health IT

Northrop Grumman Woodlawn, MD

for this position will include: • Interact with stakeholders and conduct Joint Application Development (JAD) sessions to solicit user and business… Northrop Grumman


27 days ago

Mid Level- Analyst- Health IT

Northrop Grumman Woodlawn, MD

for this position will include: • Facilitate meetings with project stakeholders to elicit requirements • Analyze, develop, and manage detailed… Northrop Grumman


27 days ago

Computer Systems Analyst 3 - Health IT

Northrop Grumman Woodlawn, MD

• Ability to train staff members on production issues. • Conducting triage research and documenting findings to complex inquiries that… Northrop Grumman


30+ days ago

User Interface Developer- Health IT

Northrop Grumman Woodlawn, MD

for this position will include: • Develop user interfaces based on project requirements, best practices, and customer needs. • Participate in… Northrop Grumman


30+ days ago

Technical Editor/Writer- Health IT

Northrop Grumman Woodlawn, MD

for this position will include: • Produce and maintain product documentation including but not limited to design specifications, marketing/sales… Northrop Grumman


22 hrs ago

Program Manager 1 - International Systems Support – new

Northrop Grumman Baltimore, MD

include developing and managing the proposal process, managing the program execution team to meet/exceed material delivery requirements within… Northrop Grumman


22 hrs ago

Radar Systems Integration & Test Technical Lead 5 – new

Northrop Grumman Baltimore, MD

The Systems Integration & Test (SI&T) engineer will work in a team environment to perform hands-on integration and testing of RF sensor systems… Northrop Grumman


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    Pros

    Money, resume building, decent benefits. Good fit for someone with a military background or mentality and for computer programmers. Work in the government health field instead of defense.

    Cons

    Non-programmers tend to be treated as second-class citizens. Contractors are given less respect than furniture - often not invited to on-site parties held during office hours nor to meetings where information is given out that concerns them, too. The culture is paranoid and cut throat. Modern technology is not embraced. Employees cannot get industry-standard tools they need to do their jobs properly. It's an atmosphere of virtual dumpster diving. This office does government contract work exclusively, thus there is not much technical challenge. The challenge is trying to stay sane with an often difficult client. Small company mentality inside a behemoth of a business

    Advice to Management

    Trust that employees and contractors are there to do good work and want to help the company and clients, and are not out to screw anyone over or steal secrets. Ask yourselves why the most talented and best employees are leaving in droves. Ask yourselves why young employees leave as soon as they get enough experience to go elsewhere. Modernize your thoughts and the way the office is run. Get people the tools they need to do their current jobs well and push on to offer even more to clients. Northrop Grumman is big enough that there has to be a way of getting the money if they are serious about growing the business.


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