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8 days ago

Enterprise Data Architect

Yoh Herndon, VA

- Enterprise Data Architect Provides vision, thought leadership and overarching guidance for enterprise projects with significant data strategy… Yoh


13 days ago

ASP.Net Developer - Secret Clearance

Yoh Fairfax, VA

- Maintain existing software systems by identifying and correcting software defects… Yoh


21 days ago

Software Engineer (Mid Level)

Yoh Sterling, VA

- Design and develop .Net applications including middleware applications, user interface applications, and web services applications - May also… Yoh


21 days ago

Software Engineer (Junior Level)

Yoh Sterling, VA

- Design and develop .Net applications including middleware applications, user interface applications, and web services applications - May also… Yoh


21 days ago

Software Engineer (Senior Level)

Yoh Sterling, VA

- Develop software design documentation which may include design diagrams, data flow diagrams, software module descriptions, etc… Yoh


21 days ago

IT Test Engineer

Yoh Arcola, VA

- Must have used the Agile Scrum development lifecycle and have worked in team… Yoh


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    An average experience

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    Current Employee - Director of Operations
    Current Employee - Director of Operations

    I have been working at Yoh full-time

    Pros

    Financially stable company with a 70+ year history owned by a larger company with a 100+ year history. Privately owned, but has many of the controls of a public company. Parent company initiatives hold a long term view.

    Cons

    Unfocused leadership team that takes a shotgun approach to the marketplace (we sell anything!). Turnover in leadership team has occured with regularity and is expected to continue, leading to further course corrections. Little overall growth (growth in one area gets offset decreases in another).

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Bite the bullet and spend the money necessary in the short term to stabilize/modernize the company. Focus it on key areas and allow the marketplace the ability to define who you are and what you sell.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO