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Project Manager-Senior – easy apply

US Investigations Services Dulles, VA

specific to this position: • Position has a core focus on space planning, space layouts and industrial space design; ideal candidate would have… Glassdoor

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Special Assistant II – easy apply

US Investigations Services McLean, VA

This is senior executive level administrative work within the Mission Support occupation. Incumbents provide direct Senior Executive (SE) office… Glassdoor

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Security Analyst Assistant-Senior – easy apply

US Investigations Services Chantilly, VA

Under government direction, the contractor shall provide adjudicative support services to assist in meeting the mission requirements of customers… Glassdoor

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Training Manager – easy apply

US Investigations Services Falls Church, VA

The Training Manager under direct supervision of the FOSS Program Manager, will ensure that all FOSS program personnel have the knowledge, skills and… Glassdoor

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Program Control Analyst-Intermediate - TS/SCI – easy apply

US Investigations Services Chantilly, VA

The Program Control Analyst performs a variety of resource and acquisition management duties in support of… Glassdoor

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Information Security Operations Analyst I – easy apply

US Investigations Services Grove City, OH

The IT Security Operations Analyst (SOA) is responsible for protecting sensitive information within the company within the Security Operations Center… Glassdoor

20 days ago

Associate Investigator – easy apply

US Investigations Services Richland, SC +14 locations

The Associate Investigator will be in a position of trust, a role that requires integrity, confidentiality, intensity, commitment and pride in our… Glassdoor

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District Manager - San Diego, CA – easy apply

US Investigations Services San Diego, CA

The District Manager is responsible for the overall management of FOSS operations within the assigned USCIS district, including all USCIS field… Glassdoor

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General Clerk I (Part-Time) – easy apply

US Investigations Services Columbus, OH

The Immigration Support Assistant, also referred to as a General Clerk I, will provide general administrative support to those personnel supporting… Glassdoor

20 days ago

Occupational Health Nurse - TS/SCI – easy apply

US Investigations Services Chantilly, VA

The Occupational Health Nurse (OHN) maintains the Occupational Health Services Office to include: scheduling of patient… Glassdoor

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    USIS stinks. USIS finally sinks.

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    Former Employee - Senior Investigator  in  Columbia, SC (US)
    Former Employee - Senior Investigator in Columbia, SC (US)

    I worked at US Investigations Services full-time for more than 10 years


    I was able to schedule my own work day. I was working independently and seldom had face-to-face contact with supervisors and management. The pay was fine. (I probably wouldn't be saying that if I lived in a large city.)


    There was no job security for the last year or two of the job. They forced us to take our paid time off early in fiscal year 2014. When the furlough happened in early 8/14 many of us had no leave to carry us through the weeks to come. Even while steadily working we were scheduled too much work with very short suspense dates and were seldom offered overtime. Because of USIS internal problems, bad management, high turnover rate, and lack of compensation for needed OT hours, what was once a good job became a bad, high stress job. The ship began sinking when the U.S. Congress mandated short suspense dates for all security investigations. This created impossible workloads with impossible suspense dates. As our investigators began abandoning ship, those of us stupid enough to stick with it became burdened with work we could not possibly complete on time.

    Also, there was the constant feeling of paranoia due to the threat of field note audits. Over the last couple of years, OPM decided our field notes should have of the structure and consistency of a novella. It is the common view of OPM that any schmuck should be able to retrieve our field notes and reconstruct an entire security investigation by merely reading our notes. With time constraints and other investigations to complete, it is completely obvious to any field investigator that field notes can only be a "help" when typing up the details of an interview. For these notes to be anything else would require each reference interview and Subject-of-Investigation interview to take hours on end. This is not possible due to the demands of the job. Still, one must live in constant fear as OPM and your company constantly remind you that your work can be audited at any time. Tactics such as this would make an IRS agent proud.

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    Upper management: You stink. USIS stinks. The U.S. Government created this monopoly and dishonest and incompetent leadership destroyed this company after only 18 years. Advice to Management: Please stay away from KeyPoint and CACI. Find another line of work. Let these competitors destroy themselves.

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