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Northrop Grumman Corporation Reviews
What is it like working at Northrop Grumman Corporation?
"People and atmosphere are positive at my job location."
Project Manager, (Unspecified Type / General) in Colorado Springs:
Cons: Lack of challenges and direct project management opportunities.
"Don't use technical skills much."
Computer Systems Analyst in Baltimore:
Pros: I love my client.
Cons: Lack of transparency, conflicting policies, nepotism.
Project Manager, Engineering:
Pros: Management of personnel and projects.
Cons: No windows in a spartan work environment.
"The pay could be better aligned to match workload."
Information Security Manager in Washington:
Pros: Northrop Grumman is an OK company to work for I like the winter shutdown I believe that's great.
Cons: I'm not fairly paid to be honest.
"Good place to work but normal challenges."
Security Analyst in Baltimore:
Senior Software Engineer:
The flexible schedule and generally laid back culture are great. Aging tools and technologies combine with gobs of red tape to make actually getting work done difficult. There have been plans in place for years to update these processes, but I expect it to take a few more before any headway is made. Most projects attempt to follow SCRUM methodologies, but waterfall contracts make that a constant struggle. Requirements tend to be poorly defined with details left to individual developers. As a result, there are frequently wildly different solutions to common problems, even within a project.
"Usually a great job."
Sr. Software Engineer / Developer / Programmer in Cincinnati:
Pros: Making a difference
Cons: Performance review process. Attrition. Stress levels.