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The company is a good company but the people were not always the best to work with. The previous company was bought by SAIC and the management that took over made sure the staff felt like the domestic help. You could feel the tension between management and the staff.
Cars taken away
SAIC is a great company if you are a full time Employee. Due to being a contractor we only receive benifits while on contract. Security reasons prevent me from disclosing actual job functions. Below is the basic. Manage staff performance in accordance with both the PWS and the QASP also direct interface with the COR. Responsible for the use and management of GFP. Lead responsibility for the management and reporting of carrier-owned (USC06) container detention and direct interface with military/technical monitors to ensure satisfactory performance. Work with military counterparts and report any additional work related requirements. Directly responsible for reporting and management of carrier container detention in theater. Works with military on new developments such as any new RFID requirements. Responsible for performance of all staff and will serve as senior representative of all SAIC staff (manager, supervisor, leader, and mentor). Act as an interface between Theater container users and managers and Global Container Management, SDDC, AIDPMO, Army G4, and other agencies, as required. Provide PWS recommendations, ECCP establishment or disestablishment recommendations, RSOI planning.
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Great Company to work for, 13 hour days, good management team.
Great Benefits, Good pay
A typical day involves entering data into the computer to locate equipment on the shelves, or to place equipment into inventory. I also manage a spreadsheet to keep track of all equipment that is to be turned in, and perform inventories. Issue equipment and property to customers. It is a fast paced environment, but that is good. The management is great- they give you instructions and leave you alone to perform the work. My coworkers are wonderful-we help each other to accomplish the mission, without regards to our job titles. The hardest part of the job is...it isn't hard at all. The most enjoyable is at the end of the day, when all work has been completed.
Long hours- 5:45am- 6:45pm
I enjoyed the work I was doing and the people I was working with at the ASP/TSA Kuwait. We issued, stored, received, inventoried and shipped munitions six, sometimes seven days a week. I worked along side of people from various countries. I welcomed the challenge of the diverse work force and extreme hot weather and sand storm conditions. The hardest part was leaving the team. There were some really good people working there. I resigned from the Storage Area Operations Supervisor position because of the hositle work environment create by my immediate supervisor. Though I express my concerns to management in writing on more then one occassion, nothing was done to address the issues. I had hoped that as professionals, we could have been able to work through these issues and concerns, however that was not the case.
Typical day at work 12 hoursWhat you learned Nothing while assign to receiving warehouse Staff wouldn't focus on training personnel when down time was provided even if you ask to giving personnel training in supplymanagement Manger/Supervisors favor certain personnelwhen it can to working /promotionyour co-worker Some didn't perform their assign dutythe hardest part of your job getting people to do their jobs and competing because of age.the most enjoyable part of the job was being able to do my job.
take care of it customers
no progress for advancement (promotion)
Checked out the vechicles once unloaded off ships and repaired any issues with vechicles before sighed over to the soldiers.I learned alot about the Min Res.Ambush Protected vech.management kept you in the loop about what was going on.Working in bad weather was the hardest part of the job.
working for the soldiers
the weather was the worst part of the job.
I really enjoyed working with SAIC. Unfortunately all good things must come to an end and contracts do exspire. I enjoyed working with my Co-workers and sharing knowlegde with them. Learning news things everyday even after almost five years gave me a great sense of accomplishment. The management is great and treated everyone fairly during the draw down process.
management didn't go out of its way to make the job harder then it needed to be.
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