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9 days ago

Senior Test Engineer

XLA, Inc. College Park, MD

• Developing and executing automated (and non-automated) test plans, scenarios and cases to demonstrate system compliance with requirements and… CareerBuilder


9 days ago

Senior Requirements Analyst

XLA, Inc. College Park, MD

The Senior Requirements Analyst will be responsible for understanding NARA's business and technical requirements for systems development and testing… CareerBuilder


9 days ago

Senior Configuration Manager

XLA, Inc. College Park, MD

• Develop CM process (MS Word), process diagram (MS Visio) a RACI models (in MS Word… CareerBuilder


6 days ago

Senior Contract Specialist

XLA, Inc. Washington, DC

for the Senior Contract Specialist include, but are not limited to: • Applies knowledge of administrative support functions within a Federal… CareerBuilder


7 days ago

Contracts Specialist

XLA, Inc. Arlington, VA

• Managing high volume, time sensitive, discretionary information related to federal acquisitions. • Administrative functions related to a… CareerBuilder


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    Make your employees look forward to coming to work for you

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    I worked at XLA full-time

    Pros

    CEO is a delightful individual with a real passion for growing the company.
    Many co-workers were eager to make you feel like home and participate.
    The company has a fabulous give back to the community group working with children and supporting food banks.

    Cons

    Really need a Director of Business Development to make strategic, economical, client facing decisions while considering resources. This is not the appropriate job function of the COO whose main focus is growing the company financially.
    Employee benefits were reduced while prices were raised. Work-Life balance does not exist.
    Most employees were articulating their dismay with the new policies and procedures.

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    Money should have been spent on employee benefits, not office space upgrades.
    Value and or consider the opinions of your highly intelligent employees. They were hired for their expertise.

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