OBXtek is staffing for three (3) Joint Event Life Cycle (JELC) Exercise Planners for the National Guard Bureau in Arlington, VA.
The work will include but not be limited to the following:
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Must be able to provide proof of Covid-19 vaccine to qualify for employment.Company Information
Headquartered in McLean, Virginia and founded in 2009, OBXtek is a fast-growing leader in the government contracting field. Our mission is Our People…Our Reputation. Our people are trained professionals who enhance our customers' knowledge and innovation using technology, collaboration, and education.
We offer a robust suite of benefits including comprehensive medical, dental and vision plans, Flexible Spending Accounts, matching 401K, paid time off, tuition reimbursement plans and much more.
As a prime contractor for 93% of our current work, OBXtek pairs lessons learned across disciplines with industry standard quality practices such as CMMI-Dev Level III, ITIL, 6Sigma, PMI, and ISO. Our rapid growth has been recognized by INC500, the Washington Business Journal, and Washington Technology magazine.
COVID Policy: Prospective and/or new employees will be required to adhere with OBXtek's vaccination policy. Full vaccination will be required and verified before the start of employment unless an exemption applies. Employees working onsite at a customer location must comply with customer vaccination requirements which may include any or all the following: mandatory vaccination, mandatory statements regarding one's vaccination status and mandatory testing .
OBXtek is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, gender identity, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation or any other classification protected by federal, state or local law.
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