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Technical Support

Sunrise Systems, Inc. Barrington, IL

include: Develop and manage all documentations requirements. Review, edit and test documentation Adhere to Client Healthcare technical publications… Monster

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    Typical IT consulting firm but nice to deal with

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    Former Employee - Technical Writer  in  Raritan, NJ
    Former Employee - Technical Writer in Raritan, NJ

    I worked at Sunrise Systems as a contractor for more than a year


    Payment is prompt; nice people; health insurance is very good. It is expensive for consultants, but many consulting firms do not offer this benefit to their employees (which is effective from day one). Recruiters are diligent but not overly pushy.


    It is hard to get terribly excited about a software consulting firm. Unlike a permanent job, the firm pretty much is just a conduit for getting paid. There is no communication or feedback at all during the course of the assignment. I have worked for some consulting firms (not many) where the account manager is a presence in my life and where there would be recourse if I was not happy about something. With Sunrise, if I was not happy with my position, I feel like the only recourse would have been to leave. There is no career development, so if a position ends, you are unemployed unless they just happen to have a position with another client. You can be terminated without notice, in which case there is no severance pay of any sort.

    This is the nature of contract work and is not a rap on Sunrise per se. Overall, I found them nice to work for and hope that I will be able to return in the future.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Your holiday party is phenomenal, but maybe there is a better way to keep your consultants engaged during the rest of the year.