- 5.0Dec 17, 2022
Supportive EnvironmentSenior Cyber Security EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearRemote
Always looking to help out you as an employee and better yourself in your career.
Turnover can be high depending on the contract.1
- 5.0Sept 20, 2023Software EngineerCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
Company values work life balance and personal career growth. Benefits are good, and work culture promotes curiosity and growing into one’s role.
Standard bureaucracy to navigate when working with government clients. Work can be a bit unpredictably slow or fast depending on government deadlines.
- 5.0Sept 18, 2023Senior Full Stack EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearLake Oswego, OR
* _Excellent_ support for pursuing certificates while 'on the bench' looking for a project * Generally positive work environment (but I imagine this can vary significantly depending on project and area of the company you're working in) * Big company benefits (broad range of benefits, not necessarily _the best_ though - my deductible doubled.. eek) - listing as both a pro and con * Lots of potential to move to new projects / fields of interest if you feel comfortable with informal networking and hunting projects down * Insulation from start-up vulnerability (though funding for government contracting certainly comes with its own ebb and flow) * Generally speaking, excellent culture
* Big company benefits (broad range of benefits, not necessarily _the best_ though - my deductible doubled.. eek) - listing as both a pro and con * Easy to get lost in a big company, advocating for yourself and networking are essential ingredients of a good career at Booz Allen * Very locked down machines. All of the security restrictions / processes takes some getting used to. * Clearance process can definitely feel invasive and the process requires a lot of patience.