Planned Systems International

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30+ days ago

Information Security Specialist

Planned Systems International Washington, DC

Responsible for managing information security and overseeing all task order work to ensure that information security and risks are addressed in… ClearanceJobs.com


22 days ago

Help Desk Manager (IT Facility Managed Services)

Planned Systems International Arlington, VA

Planned Systems International (PSI) is seeking Help Desk Managers to play a significant role on a long-term project which will provide IT Facility… Dice


30+ days ago

Senior Cyber Security Analyst

Planned Systems International Falls Church, VA

Provides direct support for completing Assessment and Authorization (AandA) Information Assurance (IA) Control assessment tasks and package… ClearanceJobs.com


30+ days ago

DoD Financial Auditor

Planned Systems International Falls Church, VA

The selected candidate will perform field work (analysis and auditing of financials) and learn or improve upon knowledge and auditing skills in the… ClearanceJobs.com


10 days ago

Technical Lead – easy apply

Planned Systems International Washington, DC

The Technical Lead is responsible for leading the development team and will be developing, modifying and maintaining applications. The Technical Lead… Glassdoor


10 days ago

QA/Tester – easy apply

Planned Systems International Washington, DC

Responsible for performing tests on computer applications and systems in order to isolate and solve issues as part of the software development… Glassdoor


8 days ago

Lead Data Architect – easy apply

Planned Systems International Washington, DC

The Lead Data Architect is responsible for leading work in enterprise data architecture, data strategy development and direction, ensuring alignment… Glassdoor


10 days ago

Program Manager – easy apply

Planned Systems International Washington, DC

This position is responsible for the overall performance of a significant CNCS program, including, but not limited to: project operations; managing… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Project Planner/Scheduler – easy apply

Planned Systems International Arlington, VA

The Project Planner/Scheduler will work as an integral part of the project management team and will be responsible for coordinating the overall… Glassdoor


10 days ago

Jr. Systems Engineer – easy apply

Planned Systems International Arlington, VA

Planned Systems International (PSI) is aggressively searching for Systems Engineers to join us in support of an upcoming contract with the Program… 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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