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What is it like working at KBR?
Photographer in Lexington Park:
Pros: Working for the contract customer
"Great flexibility, but a bit disorganized."
Documentation Specialist in Lexington Park:
Pros: I love the flexibility KBR provides! I am able to work from home when I have unavoidable life "things" to take care of and am trusted to be a good steward of my time and resources. The work itself is enjoyable but not too complicated or overwhelming; the workflow here comes in waves, but nothing that ever becomes unmanageable. Pairing this with the flexible hours and telecommuting opportunities makes KBR a sweet company to work for!
Cons: There is a tendency for projects etc to be disorganized, making it necessary for employees to actively engage and reach out to co-workers for clarification. Because KBR works for the government, there are a lot of security protocols that make information and file sharing more difficult, so you have to be extra vigilant and persistent when asking for the necessary information to get your job done.
"Working at KBR Delaware."
Senior Piping Designer in Wilmington:
Pros: High quality people
Cons: I generally disagree with upper-most management philosophies for direction of company.
"I enjoyed interacting with people."
Customer Service Representative (CSR) in Nairobi:
Pros: salary paid promptly
Cons: salary scale not standard
"Supporting customer is priority one, however company does not support employees in same manner."
Senior Principal Engineer in Huntsville:
Pros: Flexible work schedule.
Cons: Dealing with forced HR changes without notice.