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17 days ago

Microsoft Active Directory Support Manager

Technatomy Corporation Washington, DC

Management and troubleshooting related to the United States Government Configuration Baseline (USGCB), set through Group Policy Objectives (GPOs… Dice


30+ days ago

Jr. Oracle / SQL Developer

Technatomy Fairfax, VA

• Will help design, develop, implement, deploy, document and support applications • Must be able to provide solutions using multiple programming… TheLadders.com


30+ days ago

Proposal Manager

Technatomy Fairfax, VA

The Proposal Manager will oversee the proposal development activities from pre-proposal planning to final production, delivery, and capture of… TheLadders.com


16 days ago

Jr Weblogic Administrator

Technatomy Corporation Fairfax, VA

Migrate and upgrade Weblogic Server and update JDK versions, apply patches and install service packs for Weblogic server. Provide 24x7 on call… Dice


24 days ago

Solutions Architect

Technatomy Corporation Washington, DC

• Management and troubleshooting related to the United States Government Configuration Baseline (USGCB), set through Group Policy Objectives (GPOs… Glassdoor


1 day ago

Program Manager (P) – new

Technatomy Corporation Washington, DC

The Project Manager (PM) shall employ a comprehensive project management approach, which will include development and oversight of project schedules… Glassdoor


10 days ago

Administrative Assistant

Technatomy Corporation Rosslyn, VA

The Administrative Assistant works in a team environment supporting program management teams. Must be one step ahead to organize and manage time… Glassdoor


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    Dismal work environment, Disappointing executive staff, non-existent HR department

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    Former Employee - Senior Analyst in Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Senior Analyst in Washington, DC

    I worked at Technatomy full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    The pathway to failure is paved with "good intentions", must be the motto of Technatomy. At face value, this company's senior management and executive staff imply competence and dedication to employee talents.

    Cons

    The CEO has no focus, changes tack on issues almost daily and seems to struggle with ordinary management capabilities. He hires and fires people based on his personal mistakes he makes in directing the company. Competent people will make suggestions, mostly obvious, based on sound perceptions all at the request of this fellow. He will then take those suggestions and hire someone who he feels can fulfill them and he will fire you., or have those people fire you while he ducks into his office and hides behind his title. Unless you are a "yes" (man or woman), your tenure at Technatomy will be short lived. You will need to sacrifice all known concepts of personal integrity and proper management paths as well as accept the ranting insanity of so-called Senior directors and officers of this company.

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    This company lacks leadership in all areas from the "boss" through HR through any of the directors. Companies doing business in and around the beltway, that is to say those businesses with a true sense of purpose, will contribute to the industry in a genuine manner and Technatomy is NOT one of these companies. Take a step back into reality: get an HR representative rather than a party planner, shape up your internal IT department and Senior management staff to run like a real company would, with dedication and competency. Instruct your executive staff on professional business etiquette to stop squabbling with others like children. Insist on providing a quality service to those contracts you win rather than simply looking for ways to provide bare minimum services with second rate talent.

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