SAIC Jobs & Careers in Silver Spring, MD

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12 days ago

Data Architect

SAIC Alexandria, VA

SAIC currently has an opportunity available for a Data Architect to support a new program providing insight into Information Technology (IT… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Subcontract Administrator


SAIC is seeking an aggressive and highly adaptable individual to join its Procurement Team as a Subcontract Administrator (SCA) in McLean, VA… Percipio Media

17 days ago

Training Analyst


The Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness (CSF2) program delivers resilience and performance enhancement training to the Total Army. One of CSF2's… Percipio Media

3 days ago

Network Manager – new

SAIC Washington, DC

•Guides users in formulating requirements, advises alternative approaches, and conducts feasibility studies. •Provides technical leadership for the… SAIC

21 days ago

System Administrator (DoD Secret)

SAIC Fort Belvoir, VA

• Member of a team of network technicians or systems administrators in a government environment for a large Windows Server network. Must be able to… SAIC

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    No micromanaging, but no advancement, either

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    Current Employee - Technical Writer/Editing Specialist in Silver Spring, MD (US)
    Current Employee - Technical Writer/Editing Specialist in Silver Spring, MD (US)

    I have been working at SAIC


    * Freedom to telework, usually (although because it's "manager discretion," it varies wildly, even though our customers next to us have very liberal telework) -- Telework MAY be getting discontinued on our contract, unfortunately
    * All sorts of benefits on the federal customer's campus, such as a gym, daycare, amazing cafeterias, and others
    * SAIC University online training is free, so I guess that's nice
    * Personal time off accumulates decently enough, the longer you're there (after 5 years, I get about 5 1/2 hours every 2 weeks)
    * Lots of I.T. and H.R. support via a 1-800 number (easy to reach someone)
    * Anonymous complaint line for ethics or other violations
    * I've had more than one manager (due to retirements), and neither of them have micromanaged their employees at all


    * Salaries on a federal contract are terrible
    * No room for advancement or promotion on our particular contract (because SAIC wants to stay competitive, I guess which makes no sense to me)
    * Tuition reimbursement has been eliminated
    * Health benefits have skyrocketed and are typical (higher co-pay for the more flexible plans, etc)
    * Telework can be eliminated at the manager's whim, and that's causing people to leave when combined with the low salaries and lack of advancement
    * Still no parental leave for childbirth (just disability) - although there are same-sex partner benefits

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get with the times! Offer official telework to all employees, unless there is a genuinely compelling reason not to. It saves money and boosts morale. If customers (civil servants) have flexible telework, your SAIC employees could have it, too, without upsetting the customer. It's 2015. Train managers to see the benefit in telework. It's an affordable way to makeup for low salaries.
    AND... allow and encourage employees to move up the promotional ladder. Give us real training and encouragement in order to do that. Tell us how to make it happen and then help us do it; don't just give us lip service and empty promises. We will go elsewhere if we can't advance.

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