Mission: At IronArch Technology, our mission is to provide outstanding service to our clients across our spectrum of IT and Financial Management offerings.
I have been working at IronArch Technology full-time (More than 5 years)
I started working with IronArch when the company was less than a year old, and since then the company has steadily grown with both more projects and staff. The best part of the company is the level of individual care and support they provide to each employee. Even with it's growth, the company still does a great job supporting each individual employee. On an administrative level, inquiries and HR related issues always receive quick a response and easy solution.
For purposes of discussing your career, leadership is very accessible if you want to meet with them for coffee or at the office. The company is a family owned entity, and they treat their employees like an extension of that family. Outside of work, there are plenty of company outings throughout the year, as well as an annual Christmas party.
Another great thing about IAT is that they provide flexibility for work/life balance. What that means is that they provide plenty of options for career development by offering opportunities for trainings (through reimbursement) and business development. On the other hand, if you are someone who seeks more work/life balance, they will understand that as well. IAT provides the perfect in-between that neither the Big 4 companies (heavy administrative burden and non-billable work requirements) nor the other small consulting firms (no options for career growth, training, or business development) can offer.
The reason I left the company was because I needed to make some changes in my personal life and also taking a break from federal consulting in general,l. It had nothing to do with my experience with IAT. The company has great to me, and I recommend it to anyone who is passionate about federal consulting (especially DOD).
No cons at this time.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at IronArch Technology (Washington, DC) in May 2015.
Very straight forward process. Phone interview with someone with my level of experience. Then interview with VP. Then in person interview with VP and contract manager. These interviews gave a good overview of what the job would be like, IronArch as a company, and if I could perform in the role. I thought it went well because all jobs need to be a good fit for the applicant and the company.