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 full-time (Less than a year)
Excellent work environment, with awesome team members. Great Leadership, with excellent pay and benefits.
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Keep up the great work.
I applied through a staffing agency. I interviewed at 22nd Century Technologies (McLean, VA).
After reviewing my resume a staffing firm reached out to me and requested that I apply for a position with this firm. I should have known something was fishy when they kept calling me to make sure I would attend the interview. I interviewed with a consultant for the position. The consultant was arrogant and his questions were pointless. I eventually interviewed with the manager and it went ok. Not very professional though, as she was taking notes across my paper resume that was just handed to her from the consultant. I believe I only interviewed with her because as the consultant was exiting our interview she happened to walk by in the hallway. I think the interview was a complete waste of time as it appeared they do not know what they really want out of the position. It appears this company has grown in government contracting due to its small disadvantaged business status but now that they have grown past that stage and can no longer use it as leverage, they are having a difficult time winning profitable contracts. Low balling can work competing with smaller firms but large companies have a larger capacity for picking up this type of work and low balling is not as effective. They must now compete based on depth of their managerial skills which appears to be lacking. After doing some research I realized this firm has a horrible reputation as an employer. No wonder the recruiting firm kept calling.