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27 days ago

Sr. Software Engineer

SAIC Patuxent River, MD

The Software Engineer will be responsible for managing an already-existing custom-built software application known as the Configuration Management…

27 days ago

Software Engineer ( PERL, JAVA, JQuery, SQL )

SAIC Vienna, VA

SAIC’s Software Integration Service Line is seeking a Software Engineer to join other technical professionals in SAIC’S contract in support of the…

27 days ago

Sr. Java Developer

SAIC Vienna, VA

SAIC has an immediate opening for a Sr. Java Developer/Lead to support the Software Integration Service Line located in Vienna, VA. The candidate…

28 days ago

Monitoring System Engineer

SAIC Washington, DC

The Monitoring System Analyst will be responsible for the configuration, optimization, and operation of tools that monitor the IT enterprise of a… PostJobFree

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SAIC Chief Executive Officer Anthony Moraco
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    Started as an intern then worked full time for 2 years experience at SAIC

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    Former Employee - Software Developer  in  Alexandria, VA (US)
    Former Employee - Software Developer in Alexandria, VA (US)

    I worked at SAIC full-time for more than 3 years


    -Patient management and teams that are willing to work with employees to increase their skill base
    -Got to work on a wide array of different projects while learning different software and systems
    -Free coffee in kitchens
    -Good size teams that are able to support their members
    -Decent length of contracts so you have enough time to get things done right


    -Like most places some managers could be bad and would either micro manage or neglect aspects of a project
    -Salary could have been better
    -Interns are under utilized until they start full time work.
    -One project I worked on had too much complexity in it's architecture and had a stagnant atmosphere

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    -Interns want more real world work and can do more for the company than you normally realize.

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