SAIC Jobs & Careers in McLean, VA

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2 days ago

Mid Level Resources Expert – new


This position is responsible for: - Supporting resource management, budgetary formulation, budgetary analysis, budgetary execution, identifying… SAIC

4 days ago

Vice President, Corporate Human Resources


include the following: - Proactively assess organizational performance to develop HR solutions that support corporate functional strategies, enable… SAIC

24 days ago



Registrar - Assist with the development and implementation of contract deliverables - Assess performance - Coordinate subcontractor and government… SAIC

6 days ago

Sr. Program Manager

SAIC McLean, VA +2 locations

SAIC is seeking a highly qualified Senior Program Manager (PM) to lead a large federal Information Technology (IT) contract in Washington, DC. The… SAIC

2 days ago

Mid Level Subject Matter Expert – new


This position is responsible for: - Advising the assigned office leadership associated with the regional or functional area of responsibility (AOR… SAIC

20 days ago

Wargaming Analyst


Provides analytic and technical support to the National Intelligence Council in execution of workshops, conferences, simulations and path games for… SAIC

6 days ago

Network Engineer II


The candidate will be responsible for network engineering, network analysis and administration of LAN/ WAN & Wireless technology and services within… SAIC

8 days ago

Senior Cloud Computing Solution Architect


The Cyber, Cloud Computing, and Data Sciences (CCDS) Service Line at SAIC currently has an opening for a Senior Cloud Computing Solution Architect… SAIC

24 days ago

Multimedia Designer/Creative Communications Specialist


Responsible for planning, developing, and/or implementing communications projects, using a range of media. Assignments include support of marketing… SAIC

6 days ago

Accounting/Finance Internship


This internship will provide exposure to several areas of the Finance Department, including Operational Accounting, Financial Reporting… SAIC

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    Challenging...for all the wrong reasons.

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    Former Employee - Administrative Assistant in McLean, VA (US)
    Former Employee - Administrative Assistant in McLean, VA (US)

    I worked at SAIC full-time (more than 10 years)


    The people make the company, nice offices.


    SAIC, a Fortune 500 company, went public in October 2006. Since the IPO, SAIC has taken the focus off of employees and doing what's right to only focusing on shareholders and profits. Employee morale is at an all-time low. Many people leave SAIC as employee growth and advancement is discouraged. Advancement is only for a chosen few-those who are personally selected by their managers to be promoted over those who may be better qualified. Upper management is greedy and only focused on numbers.

    Hard work is not rewarded as the company expects salaried employees to work extra hours without pay and discourages overtime pay. The work-life balance is simply lip service. Employee burn-out is common.

    Also, pay is low compared to market rate. SAIC practices salary theft and salaries are stagnant compared to its competition. Many people leave after a year or two as the company is not very good at redeployment following the loss of contract work or company layoffs. Recruiters bring people in by the week only to see them leave within three years or less.

    Human Resources is neither human or a resource. HR management is out of touch with the employees and is not accessible when needed. There seems to be too much of a dependence on the HR hotline as managers are unaware of basic company policies.

    SAIC is not the company to advance your career. Unless you are a new college graduate looking for your first opportunity or you are someone looking to retire within five years or truly desperate for a job, you're better off elsewhere.

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    Management needs to work to retain employees and pay what you're worth. Also, company needs to address growth and advancement as this seems to be a problem inside the company.

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