Walter Reed Army Medical Center

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It was an intensed interesting experience because, it helped me to pursue and overcome difficult challeges,

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Former Employee - House Keeping Technician in Washington, DC
Former Employee - House Keeping Technician in Washington, DC

I worked at Walter Reed Army Medical Center

Pros

It definely with determination , help me to work full-time and attend school full-time. I finished school and I graduate April 2012.

Cons

I got laid off on September 15, 2011, because the contract I was working for did not get picked up by Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

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Even though Walter Reed could not promise everyone jobs that got caught up in the major move, hopefully everyone concerned will still receive employment.

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    It was a fun and okay type of expeirence

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    Former Employee - Logistics Manager in Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Logistics Manager in Washington, DC

    I worked at Walter Reed Army Medical Center

    Pros

    Paid Days
    Days off
    Interacting with everybody

    Cons

    The Early shifts
    The labor was pretty intense

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    More office jobs and clerical work for the students

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    Great place for professional experience

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Bethesda, MD
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Bethesda, MD

    I have been working at Walter Reed Army Medical Center

    Pros

    State of the art equipment
    Medical Research
    Great opportunity to enhance skills
    Work with military veterans and familiy members

    Cons

    Joint military operation which means policies and standard practices could be in different languages in which you may have to know all of them
    Management/ leadership changes could be every 2-4 years
    May be hard to get civil service position, but contracting is readily available
    Position descriptions may be vague

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    Overall, leadership is effective in addressing the needs of providing world class healthcare to beneficiaries.
    Minimize meetings for planning and allow more time for executing agendas. Get all parties involved instead of using non subject matter experts to make decisions for areas outside of expertise.

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