Wounded Warrior Project

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30+ days ago

Legislative Director

Wounded Warrior Project Washington, DC

will include monitoring and working with the Department of Defense and the military services, Senate and House Armed Service Committees, Senate and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Veterans Service Officer

Wounded Warrior Project Washington, DC

The Veteran Services Officer will manage all VA (Department of Veterans Affairs) claims obtained in the field. Essential Job Functions… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Independence Program Specialist

Wounded Warrior Project Washington, DC

Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) Independence Program Specialist will serve as the subject matter expert for all aspects of the Independence Program and… Glassdoor


3 days ago

Combat Stress Recovery Specialist – new

Wounded Warrior Project Washington, DC

On at least a quarterly basis, the CSR Specialist will work with the Project Odyssey Coordinator to organize a Project Odyssey for warriors dealing… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Combat Stress Recovery Manager

Wounded Warrior Project Washington, DC

The Combat Stress Recovery Manager position is designed to provide ongoing support and expertise to wounded warriors dealing with invisible injuries… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Senior Policy Analyst

Wounded Warrior Project Washington, DC

The Senior Policy Analyst will be responsible for supporting Wounded Warrior Project's (WWP) policy agenda relating to veterans' economic… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Physical Health & Wellness Coordinator

Wounded Warrior Project Washington, DC

• Interacting with external resources to build relationships for programming and event opportunities… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Project Odyssey Coordinator

Wounded Warrior Project Washington, DC

The Project Odyssey Coordinator is responsible for the planning logistics, recruitment, and application process related to the Project Odyssey… Glassdoor


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    Poor operations, no work/life balance, dishonest and unethical. (10 months)

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    Former Employee - Salesforce.com Developer in Jacksonville, FL
    Former Employee - Salesforce.com Developer in Jacksonville, FL

    I worked at Wounded Warrior Project as a contractor (less than an year)

    Pros

    Growing rapidly allowing staff to develop standards and best practices, assuming you can invoke change to people to follow them. Physical work environment is modern, unique and exciting.

    Cons

    There are no true leaders at this organization.
    Continually set themselves up for failure within projects and initiatives due to poor planning and lack of identifying roles and responsibilities.
    Employees lack skill, lack valuable input, delay projects but are still included after they complain enough causing further dysfunction.
    Teams are not functional and work against each other.
    Peers do not look for the best solution but that the solution is their own. Incompetent employees that cause dysfunction are retained, cause problems and will invoke good employees to leave and/or be cut due to not informing executives of full details.
    Organization is comprised of poor communication between peers, managers and cross-functional teams.
    Managers are regularly, and directly, insulted in team meetings.
    I have witnessed a person being asked why they came to a meeting because they could not offer any valuable feedback, before the meeting even began.
    The majority of time is spent managing feelings and staff relationships than actually getting work done.
    Changes are made in production environments causing issues with existing applications.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    This organization could benefit from thorough emotional intelligence training.
    Management should evaluate itself and reduce the number of decision makers. Clearly identify roles, responsibilities and stakeholders. Exclude staff that is not needed regardless of whether their feelings are hurt.
    Put the success of the initiatives first and not their egos.
    Be accountable.
    Be honest and follow through.
    Require drug test prior to employment.

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