Have you ever considered government contracting as a career? If you are hardworking and tenacious in temperament, a smart analytical thinker, and one who knows how to recognize and seize an opportunity when it arises, then a career in government contracting could be a pleasant surprise to you.
With so many different career paths open to us these days, sometimes it’s hard to know which route to take.
Please contact our Human Resources department too see if our Family could be a good fit for your Family.
When sending your Resume
Please include in your resume what training and qualifications you have and prior work history.
If you are Prior Service Military please include past Duty Station(s) and A School(s) you attended. The National Military Personnel Records Center (NPRC) in St. Louis, Missouri can take 3 to 6 months to forward us your Military records which will delay any interviews we conduct and you can potentially miss any open positions that you are qualified for.
Adding your prior work history can streamline the hiring process.
Please do not include Social Security Numbers, Drivers License Numbers or Date of Birth on your resume.
If you are invited for a interview please bring your Social Security Card, Birth Certificate and Drivers Licence or STATE/FEDERAL picture ID and last 10 years of verifiable addresses. After your interview a security screening will be completed. Drug tests are not competed on day of interview and are given randomly during employment. Drug screening is completed by a 3rd party but can include 1 to 8 tests to determine drug usage past and present which are conventional and unconventional depending on initial screening.