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Very different working environment, working as a contractor on the LOGCAP project is much different than a normal job in the states. Working in a foreign country has perks but also has cons.
Work day was between 10 and 14 hours Didn't learn anything with KBR Inclusive management culture didn't exist Workplace culture non existant 70+ hours per week with no support Travel was the only enjoyable part of the job
long hours with no support
Great company to work for. The benefit package was excellent. Never had to worry about healthcare. This was a venture I never thought I would have taken. I enjoyed it immensely! The people I met from different cultures and lifestyles was a great experience. Working with intelligent, pleasant, encouraging, helpful, ambitious, outstanding people; was a refreshing experience for me. This was one of the best companies I ever had the pleasure to work for.
Good pay and benefits, flexible schedule
Proffesional, productive and friendly enviroment giving oppportunity for permanent profesional development
High class company with professional management and engineering staff. Professional development environment with high working culture and strong building team approach.
This company is the best to work for. They are most organized, team work and best for benefits. Yes we worked but they made sure they paid us more and beyond. This type of company is hard to come by. I would recommend everyone to go for it if there is available position of course.
KBR Government Group was a good group to work in most of the time. There were some lousy managers who were eventually fired. I was managing overseas US Embassy Security Upgrade Projects. Our group in Arlington gave good procurement and engineering support for the field staff which helped us have successful projects.
Good support from home office.
Some managers were not completely honest.
A typical day in Iraq is getting up super early and being at work by 7:00am and once at work place just a busy day until end of a 12 hr shift. I gain great experience working in the mail field and as an analyst for the Army and Air Force. Met and worked with many different cultures. Travel and made friends from all over the world.
it is exactly what they say it will be. it is an adult job so whiney babies should not apply for you wont fit in. I worked Iraq and Afghanistan with this job. It started and ended very much like it was said to be.
fair pay and benefits
no free beer