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11 days ago

Business Analyst (Force.Com Project)

Planned Systems International Washington, DC

for small initiatives and, in this capacity, create and manage project plans and schedules, maintain and manage issues and risks, and provide project… Dice


19 days ago

Project Manager (Salesforce Platform Implementation)

Planned Systems International Washington, DC

First up is the implementation and migration to the Salesforce1 FedRAMP certified Platform as a Solution (PaaS) solution to integrate multiple… The Washington Post


27 days ago

Cable and Network Technician

Planned Systems International College Park, MD +2 locations

The successful candidate will work with a team of Network Engineers and Telecomm professionals in providing technical and… The Washington Post


19 days ago

Jr. Software Engineer

Planned Systems International Fairfax, VA

will include, but not to be limited to: * Gaining experience on the Microsoft .Net platform. * Gaining understanding of Object oriented analysis… The Washington Post


1 day ago

Sr. Software Developer (Salesforce Platform) – easy apply

Planned Systems International Washington, DC

Team PSI was recently awarded a long-term contract with the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS). This organic growth enables us to… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Sr. Business Analyst – easy apply

Planned Systems International Washington, DC

• Identifying and evaluating business problems in area of expertise. • Liaising among business area stakeholders to elicit, analyze, communicate… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Business Analyst – easy apply

Planned Systems International Washington, DC +2 locations

• Identify and evaluate business problems in area of expertise. • Liaise among business area stakeholders to elicit, analyze, communicate and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Junior Programmer – easy apply

Planned Systems International Arlington, VA

This role will be geared towards troubleshooting and maintenance development of existing systems. Successful candidate will work under general… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Junior SharePoint Developer – easy apply

Planned Systems International Arlington, VA

will include, but not to be limited to: • Providing SharePoint application development support services (i.e. requirements analysis… Glassdoor


30 days ago

Data Management Specialist – easy apply

Planned Systems International Arlington, VA

As an agent of the government, the successful candidate will provide expert advice regarding software and programming demands related to creating an… Glassdoor


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    Rushed hiring job led to poor fit on the job site

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Project Analyst in Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Project Analyst in Washington, DC

    I have been working at Planned Systems International

    Pros

    My pay and my benefits are fantastic, and PSI as a company is nice to work for-- great values, good corporate communication.

    Cons

    A super-fast hiring process and lack of communication before my start date left little time for discussion about my actual assignment, which ended up changing on my first day. It's all about the client's needs here, and there's not a lot of resources leftover for the employee. My PM was switched 20 minutes before I walked into my new office, and the new PM didn't even work for my company. My actual assignment is dull and I am underutilized.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Focus more on your employee's happiness in their assignments and take the time to place them well. You will waste resources when they quit shortly after being hired because you didn't take the time to see where they would add the most value to the client. Employee's needs don't have to be at odds with the client's. Employees cannot be treated like cogs in a machine that can just be dropped in at will.

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