Technica continuously recruits qualified personnel to be ready for surge and sustainment requirements.They work with the military and federal government to provide support services around the globe so that federal employees and soldiers stay focused on what government does best.
Technica has been in a major growth phase over the last five years as it has grown quickly to around 1,500 employees. With growth comes pain, and the people have Technica have persevered through the growing pains to create a mature and successful company. "Everyone had to work hard and put in long hours to get here,'' says CEO Amy Roddey, "but there's a tremendous sense of accomplishment and satisfaction for getting through it."
A culture that promotes self-sustainability and growth, Technica wants you to take the bull by the horns to improve yourself and the company. You are given the freedom and responsibility to figure out how to get the job done. You won't be micromanaged, but you will be held responsible for the outcome of your work. Those results do not go unnoticed, as the company goes out of its way to promote superior individual achievement. As Nicki Vickery, Senior Corporate HR Generalist, describes, "we've put a continuous focus on employee recognition through simple initiatives like an employee of the month award at each of our locations to bonuses tied to outstanding performance." You will reap the rewards of what you sow.
Many employees began work with Technica on a contract and in an entry level position and have soared through the ranks. Not only were they promoted, but, they were given opportunities to learn new areas of the business based on both the needs of the company and their professional interests. Roddey explains, "We have had several supervisors on contracts promoted into Project Management roles and several promoted into corporate management positions. We look to promote from within whenever possible."
What makes working at Technica incredibly exciting is the idea of "deploy-ability" -- you go where you are needed most. The company wants you to push yourself to understand where are you willing and wanting to go. That means you could end up going on assignment to a site somewhere in the lower 48 states, adventuring up to Alaska, or taking an overseas deployment in Djibouti or the Philippines..
It also means that when you get there you'll need to get up to speed quickly and become an asset that starts to make things happen. As Amy Roddey put it, "For us, responsiveness is the key to growth. Being able to deploy quickly and efficiently sets us apart."
The growth of the organization in the past several years has put efficiency front and center as the team scales in both size and geographic breadth. Processes and data have had to be improved to keep the company going -- and Techinca has been successful on both fronts. They use the Deltek Costpoint suite of business systems including Time and Expense and have a DCAA-Approved accounting system. This moves the nitty gritty out of the way so employees can focus on their core competency -- support the people putting their lives on the line everyday for their country.
A portion of the team works remotely which means that they need to find a way to be productive without having in-person contact. It requires the team to be proactive in getting things done, rather than wait for tasks to be delegated to them. Yet they still work together efficiently. "We love that we can rely on each other to be flexible and get work done," explained Vickery.
Employees at Technica work together towards the same goal -- building a successful company that provides quality services to government entities. They work very hard to make sure the company continues to move in the right direction. And that teamwork has a lot to do with the background of the employees; Technica hires a substantial number of veterans who come to the job and bring the kind of loyalty, camaraderie, and professionalism that you would expect from people who served in the armed services."We've really had to come together as a team over the last five years", said Roddey, "and it has given everyone that made it through a true sense of belonging to the team."
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On average, employees at Technica stay with the company for 1.7 years. Employees most commonly join Technica after leaving US Army. When they leave Technica, they most frequently get their next job at Unisys.
|Average Length of Employment|
Contract Services3.0 years
The Eagle Group of Companies2.8 years
Stanley Associates2.6 years
|Top Employers Before Technica|
US Army26.1 %
CACI International6.9 %
L3 Technologies6.1 %
Northrop Grumman5.7 %
|Top Employers After Technica|
General Dynamics10.5 %
Lockheed Martin6.3 %
SMS Siemag6.3 %
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