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6 hrs ago

Network Technician – new

SAIC Moffett Field, CA

SAIC is currently seeking a Network Techician to work on a large NASA program. SAIC has an opening for a Network Techician to work in Moffett Field… Beyond.com


6 hrs ago

Customer Service Representative/Project Manager – new

SAIC Moffett Field, CA

Ø Project management of all IT service requests involving WAN or corporate network connections Ø Collect customer requirements for IT services… Beyond.com


6 hrs ago

Network Engineer – new

SAIC Moffett Field, CA

SAIC is currently seeking a Network Engineer to work on a large NASA program. SAIC has an opening for a Network Engineer to work in Moffett Field… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Site Manager

SAIC Moffett Field, CA

** The Site Manager will be responsible for the overall selection, preparation and training, and supervision of field service staff in the region… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Master Resilience Trainer Performance Expert

SAIC Foster City, CA

** Currently, there are openings for a Master Resilience Trainer Performance Experts (MRT-PE) to support the Comprehensive Soldier and Family… Beyond.com


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    I worked at SAIC full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Good benefits and lots of opportunities to expand your skill set.

    Cons

    Working and knowing the local HQ folks in DC was a big benefit but if you were away from center stage it was hard to position yourself for advancement as the smaller office was overrun by nepotism. Family members, high school friends and long time buddies got the bigger benefits if you were an outsider and not from the local area.

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    Break up the small town mentality, good ol boy system and allow for new insights and new blood to enter into management and minimize the group think process.

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