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Senior Software Engineer

SAIC San Diego, CA

Provide engineering support for SSC Pacific C4I programs. Work will include installation, product analyses/evaluations, integration… SAIC

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Senior Navy ERP Software Engineer

SAIC San Diego, CA

Provide SPAWAR System Center San Diego Navy ERP Business Office operation and sustainment support including programming, engineering, and business… SAIC

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Senior Software Engineer

SAIC Oklahoma City, OK

and the requirements to administer the task and support any maintenance requirements in support of existing core systems. The candidate will, in… SAIC

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SAIC Chief Executive Officer Anthony Moraco
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  • Great company for "warm bodies"

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    Former Employee - Subject Matter Expert in Carriere, MS
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    I worked at SAIC full-time (More than 3 years)


    Everyone's experience will be unique, but in my case, having a great supervisor made all the difference. Though I was working in a remote location, SAIC never failed to provide the administrative and technical support I needed. Furthermore, when the contract ended, instead of just abruptly ending my employment, they provided transition assistance in for form of a few weeks of overhead during which time I was able to look for other work--and they were searching, too. Given the chance, they will hang on to good employees.


    For the most part, employees at offsite (customer) locations seem to be essentially "warm bodies" provided by SAIC. There is no REAL feel that you're an SAIC employee--just there working for the customer to make money for the company. (Of course, they do that because that's what the customer wants and will pay for, so it's not really SAIC's fault.)

    Advice to Management

    No real advice to management. Just keep trying to relate to the folks who are really making the money for you and the stockholders--the people embedded with the customer who are most likely to suffer when contracts change.

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