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  • Mc Lean, VA
  • 51 to 200 Employees
  • 2013
  • Company - Private
  • Information Technology Support Services
  • Unknown / Non-Applicable


We are a People First company. IronArch has been awarded "Best Place to Work" seven times and INC 5000 recipient for being one of the fastest growing businesses in the United States. IronArch is a federal consulting firm with the people, processes, and infrastructure to help ...
Mission: Our mission is to make sure future generations have the same opportunities we do.

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The management followed the core of what IronArch strives for. It's people first. The generous PTO, and benefits were great. I felt heard at all times and any issues were quickly resolved. HR was


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continue the current path, keep supporting the employees and success will follow without a doubt. The good energy is felt throughout the organization.
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    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at IronArch Technology (United States)


    I spoke with a manager over the phone and Ironarch seemed like a good fit for the both of us. We discussed salary and I made it very clear that any offer would have to be in a certain range, or Ironarch was wasting my time and there's. Ironarch confirmed they could accomodate.

    Fast forward a few weeks. After speaking with a manager a couple more times (and a second manager) I was made an offer close to 10% lower than what we had discussed. When i enthusiastically responded saying I was excited for the offer but was wondering if Ironarch could get a little closer to my salary range they responded with literally with one line saying that they're "sorry i wasn't taking the offer and best of luck elsewhere."

    Not only did they waste my time but they were rude and they came across as tools. Mind you, this wasn't salary gamesmanship on their part; It was just condescending and arrogant. If you tell me that you can accomodate one salary and then make an offer much lower, don't act like a jerk if I politely follow up. I've heard great things about Ironarch but honestly, had they come back with my salary level after the fact I would have told them thanks but no thanks. The interview process can tell one a lot about a company and any job candidate should use it to essentially interview their perspective employer. Ironarch failed with flying colors.

    I don't really remember. Just the usual interview questions where they ask about your background.

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IronArch Technology Awards & Accolades

  • Best Places to WorkInc. Magazine2022
  • Best Places to WorkWashington Business Journal2021

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