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9 days ago

SQL Server DBA

Genesis10 Kansas City, MO

• Responsible for data base support of operational and data warehouse systems. • Installs data base changes into development and production… StartWire

9 days ago

Program Manager

Genesis10 Kansas City, MO

The Program Manager is responsible for overseeing a series of projects within a department or business unit. Qualified candidates will successfully… StartWire

9 days ago

Software Quality Engineer II

Genesis10 Kansas City, MO

• Use automated testing tools. • Write, execute, review and maintain automated test scripts. • Provide periodic and ad hoc reports to… StartWire

9 days ago

Sr. Software Engineer - Java

Genesis10 Kansas City, MO

• This position is responsible for the design, development, engineering and support of the operation of software solutions using Java programming… StartWire

9 days ago

Help Desk Technician

Genesis10 Kansas City, MO

• Gathers detailed information from customers via telephone or remote support tools • Utilizes existing tools to diagnose customer's needs and… StartWire

9 days ago

IT Project Manager

Genesis10 Kansas City, MO

The IT Project Manager will demonstrate a combination of core competencies including general business acumen, industry intelligence and broad… StartWire

9 days ago

Test Automation Engineer

Genesis10 Kansas City, MO

• Develop and maintain test automation processes in alignment with the project and/or organization's standards and tools • Develop and maintain… StartWire

9 days ago

Solution Architect

Genesis10 Kansas City, MO

• Architects and designs technical architectures of varying complexity, technologies, and size. Leverages industry and… StartWire

9 days ago

Sr. SQA Analyst II

Genesis10 Kansas City, KS +2 locations

• Create and execute test plans and scripts to ensure the applications meet requirements and system goals • Initiate Change Requests (CRs) as… StartWire

25 days ago

Business Analyst

Genesis10 Kansas City, MO

• Develops and analyzes functional and non-functional requirements for technology solutions with stakeholders according to Software Development… CareerBuilder

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Genesis10 CEO Harley Lippman
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    Gen 10 peers are great - Clients can be very unreasonable. Gen 10 management does not manage the client.

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    Former Contractor - Technical Project Manager in Kansas City, MO
    Former Contractor - Technical Project Manager in Kansas City, MO
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    I worked at Genesis10 as a contractor (Less than a year)


    Gen 10 peers are very supportive., Some working remote is allowed, but they do not like employees to do so.


    Inconsistent on-boarding processes. Lack of adequate training for some individuals. No idea of the true nature of the projects that may be assigned and whether it is a good fit for the TPM. Some of the client Managers treat contractors as scapegoats for their lack of leadership. One can inherit a project from the client that has no chance of being on schedule, yet the contractor is blamed. There is no push-back for scope creep, as the client dictates their version of scope. Expectations are unreasonable and TPMs must spend a lot of time documenting to CYA and it still may not make any difference. Benefits are not great. You get bank holidays and one week of leave to cover vacation or sick days. If you can tolerate the lack of clear direction, unreasonable expectations and the immature processes, you may be able to work there. It really can be a sweat shop due to the lack of support from those in charge. And they can let you go with no notice, but contractors must give three weeks notice. The work could be enjoyable if TPMs were allowed to push back and their expertise was valued by the client. Again, some areas may be better than others, but not enough to say the environment is healthy. It is a place to work if you think you really have no other options.

    Advice to Management

    Manage the client. Do not let them be the "risk" to the project with their unreasonable demands and lack of understanding of what constitutes scope creep per the PMI PMBOK. Do not allow them to hand off projects that are already at risk. Do not micromanage professionals, or do not hire people if you feel they require micromanagement. Better benefits and time off would offset the stressful environment, a little.

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