22nd Century Technologies, Incorporated (TSCTI) is a government focused Services and Solutions provider. Appraised at CMMi Level 3, certified as ISO 9001, ISO 20000, and ISO 27001, TSCTI has over 19 years of experience providing solutions and services to various Federal, State, Commercial and Local agencies. TSCTI has won over 120 Prime Federal Contracts with a mix of 70/30 DoD and Civilian contracts. Our federal client list includes US Air Force, Army, Navy, DLA, DLI, Marine Corps, DIA, FBI, USDA, DOE, DOT, DOL and many other agencies. In addition, we are serving 150+ Prime Contracts with State and Local government in 49 states.
With D&B Open rating score of 95, we have been successfully serving customers with high customer satisfaction. Our customer focus with motivated employees alone made us to grow 300% in the last three years. With this growth we have reached 1200+ workforce across the US Continent and OCONUS, serving our clients with pride. We also have over 50 people supporting mission services in OCONUS in 8 different countries. With our high employee retention policy, well designed career growth through training and professional development, we were named as ”Best Software company to work for” by Forbes in 2015.
22nd Century Technologies is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, gender, age, color, religion, disability, veteran’s status, sexual orientation, or any other protected factor.
Our talented and creative employees make 22nd Century Technologies an exciting and rewarding place, where they enjoy ample space to excel and grow. Initiative, creativity, and hard work take employees as far as they want to go. We encourage new ideas, new approaches, and new abilities and believe that our entrepreneurial atmosphere is just part of what makes 22nd Century Technologies a highly motivating place to work.
We strive to meet the challenges of changing markets and evolving technologies. That is why we value innovation, enterprise and ambition in all of our employees. New employees have room to grow rapidly in their area of interest as they get to work closely with the principals and senior employees.
If all of this excites you, we welcome you to check out the opportunities at 22nd Century Technologies and send us your resume. We are an equal opportunity employer.
I have been working at 22nd Century Technologies (Less than a year)
It was very easy with the recruitment process. They offer a very good salary and some positions offer benefits as well. They work with some of the larger corporations and have a good inroads with the hiring teams. I work as a sub for Raytheon with potential to hire directly with Raytheon down the road. In the meantime, I have absolutely no issues with TSCTI.
As of now, I have no cons to discuss. Everything went smoothly during the interview/hiring process and they are flexible, work with the company.
Advice to Management
It appears that you have a very good working relationship with the companies that you support, and that is invaluable when working as a sub-contractor. I realize that when I first received the Job Notification, I had received many more that were unrelated to what I was looking for. This is the ideal position for me and you maybe could start working and allowing folks to submit an application earlier so that you would have an idea as to what they were looking for. If you built a database with qualified candidates, it could make it easier with the initial coordination.
I applied online. I interviewed at 22nd Century Technologies (McLean, VA) in August 2017.
My impression is they have a strategy that seems quite deceptive. I applied for a Proposal Writer position for an IT company named Mission Services, Inc. A few days later, I received a call from a person representing 22nd Century Technologies who requested a phone interview for what sounded like the same position. Since the company name didn't sound familiar, I asked her to email me the information. I looked at both company's websites and the job description was identical. I set up an interview for 3pm the next day. The following morning, I received a voicemail from a person representing Mission Services, Inc., requesting a phone interview for the Proposal Writer position. I called her back and asked if the two companies are connected. She clarified that they were, however, I found it odd that she wasn't aware that someone else already scheduled my phone interview. At 3pm, I received a call from the 22nd Century Technologies representative, asking if I could reschedule because the interviewer is stuck in a meeting. Fortunately, I visited Glass Door to review feedback from staff at 22nd Century Technologies. The overwhelming number of detailed negative reviews were incredibly telling. It seems as if 22nd Century Technologies is hiding behind another company's name to list open positions and disguise their poor reputation . I canceled the interview. Thank you, Glass Door, for saving me time and further frustration!