Enterprise IT Programs
In the Continental United States we have a half-dozen immediate openings on the Defense Health Agency’s (DHA) Network Engineers and Specialists (NE&S) program, which (among other things) sustains the DoD and VA’s network enclave for sharing medical records. Openings include (but are not limited to) Vandenberg AFB (CA), Fairchild AFB (WA), Offutt AFB (NE), and Dover AFB (CN). This contract supports over 100+ DHA medical treatment facilities world wide and we almost always have openings somewhere…it’s just a matter of what is open when. To learn more about this program and how to apply you can check out this pdf.
In the middle of the country (Cincinnati, OH to be specific)–supporting a tech refresh of one of the largest military aerospace environments in the world–we have a half-dozen openings for systems and network administrators. And if you find an IT role in aerospace interesting, but are not interested in Ohio, please check out these openings (in CA, TX, and GA).
On the East Coast we have ongoing openings based in and around Fort Meade (MD) supporting the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) DoDNET program, a critical DoD initiative associated with the consolidation of its Information Technology networks. The openings listed in the pdf are representative of what is generally open, but the specific openings are always changing. If you find yourself interested in learning more about the opportunities associated with this program, or any of the above, please apply via one of the links or email our lead recruiter for these openings, Aspen at email@example.com.
Finally, here in Texas (home of TangoAlpha3) we have numerous requirements supporting Texas Health & Human Services’ voice environment, including openings for a Network Engineer and several Operations Technicians. Should you find yourself interested in any of these please apply or email Kristen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Military Veteran Recruiting Programs
In addition to supporting enterprise IT environments, TangoAlpha3, as part of its VetRaaS offering, helps private sector organizations run military veteran recruiting programs. Most of the openings associated with these initiatives are electromechanical in nature, helping enterprises leverage the unique skills veterans gain maintaining and repairing the military’s countless technological assets within a scalable framework that can be continuously improved. Right now we have openings across the country, with companies willing to train…to learn more about these please visit the respective links or contact Kristen, our VetRaaS Recruiting Consultant, at email@example.com.
- Central Texas
- Southeast US: Field Technicians
- Virginia: Repair Technicians