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PAE Government Services Reviews
What is it like working at PAE Government Services?
Administrative Analyst in Portsmouth:
Pros: Figuring out how to solve issues using data and spreadsheet I have created
Cons: No mentoring and guidance to grow and get better at my position
Senior Intelligence Analyst in Fort Belvoir:
PAE was a good company to work for. The benefits were respectable and the corporate side let us do our job appropriately. Eight months into the job, I received an offer from another company, supporting a related program, for a position with a 15% pay increase and a location closer to home. I was candid with PAE as it came up and they were good about it. Within a week, PAE gave me an out of cycle 4.5% raise saying they couldn't match the offer, but it was what they could manage at the moment. Things like that have been rare in the industry and it was enough to convince me to stay. I would work at PAE again. I eventually left to take a position with the federal government.
Senior Field Engineer in Rome:
As with any organization, employee satisfaction usually depends on the manager they work for and the team they work with. I had the best of both along with a good salary. Everyone at our worksite seemed extremely satisfied.
Quality Control Inspector in Independence:
Pros: One knows that one is fighting to do Their best in protecting the safety of other's...
Cons: The reward of knowing the quality Of one's preciseness on or with-in The duty of strategic details are completed by a team.
Electrical Engineer in Houston:
My experience has been sort of middle of the ground as far as job satisfaction. On one point, I'm glad to have full employment as I truly "still need to eat" so to speak. On the other hand and with the exception of my U.S. Naval career, working for a government contractor has sort of been enlightening in the fact of how political things can become for what is seemingly a small issue. But, at the same time it has been enlightening as to how the inner workings of a government entity con be. It is fascinating. In this particular job, I find that I/m not being fully utilize as far as my education, skills and experience is concerned. Also, there is no room for upward mobility. The company seems a little flat as far as that goes. Lastly, my salary is not at the standard level that most electrical engineers enjoy, given my skills, education and experience. However, its a good company overall.
"PAE - An Okay Company."
Personnel Security Specialist in Arlington:
Pros: People are laid back and social. PAE has been very supportive of Work from Home during COVID-19
Cons: Positions pay below market rate for DC Metro Area. Raises are low (1% to 3%) and are non-negotiable. Some internal openings require you already have a higher level clearance. DC office does not offer commuter benefits