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30+ days ago

Senior Technology & Networking Engineer

iCorps Technologies Philadelphia, PA

• Provide clients with technical expertise pertaining to networking, mobility, virtualization and cloud-based solutions • Evaluate, recommend, and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Associate Technology & Networking Engineer

iCorps Technologies Philadelphia, PA

This position will work with our talented networking team in providing premier consulting services and solutions to our clients. The position… Glassdoor

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    Consulting without handholding and micromanagement

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    Current Employee - Senior Technology Consultant in Philadelphia, PA
    Current Employee - Senior Technology Consultant in Philadelphia, PA

    I have been working at iCorps Technologies full-time (less than an year)


    *Great hours and quality of life balance.
    *Independence in decision-making, as long as you can back it up.
    *Great people and a good support structure.

    I read a lot of reviews about iCorps before I took the job, and I was a little skeptical. What I found was an atmosphere that is much more positive than the negative reviews would suggest: The company takes good care of its employees and the workload isn't overwhelming. What is different from a lot of companies is that the employees are expected to stay busy and productive, even if there is nothing specifically scheduled: Basically there aren't a lot of days sitting around drinking coffee and talking baseball. There are utilization metrics in place to curtail idle time, and that could be jarring to someone new to consulting, I guess.


    The only real downside I can see so far is really a matter of perspective: If you go into this job expecting to have your hand held or expecting to sit and collect a paycheck, you'll be disappointed. Consultants that are hired, I have personally found, are expected to be self-motivated and expected to find ways to stay busy. This is not a place where talking baseball around the water cooler is a normal practice.

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