TCI (TRI-COR Industries) is a
Global Information Technology Company
33 years of prime contracting experience and an exceptional track record delivering Full Lifecycle Business and IT services in support of Defense and Civilian mission critical and Private enterprises Business & IT systems.
Our foundation and pillars are our employees who have a passion for problem solving, continuous learning and enabling technology solutions for delivering superior business outcomes.
TCI has an excellent record of attracting and retaining employees, in part because we are fully committed to treating employees with respect. TCI provides a supportive, positive, professional work environment that respects an employee’s need to balance aspirations, work and life. Our commitment for employees and their families is imbedded in our management culture.
TCI is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply, including: Minorities, Women, Individuals with Disabilities, and Protected Veterans. We participate in E-Verify.
Our company has a long, robust history of solving problems and delivering value to our clients, which began when our founder Mr. Louis Gonzalez, identified a need to build high performing computer system to address data processing requirements for the Federal government. This need inspired entrepreneurial spirit in Mr. Gonzalez to establish TRI-COR Industries, in 1983, to help our customers succeed with technically superior, cost-effective information technology (IT) solutions.
Since then, TRI-COR Industries has earned a reputation for diligence, technical expertise, on-time performance, consistent cost controls, and ethical business practices. This success is a direct result of providing conducive environments that foster creativity, innovation and collaboration for engineering value-add IT solutions and delivering superior enterprise grade digital services.
We are excited to share our success stories, innovations and capabilities and explore how we might be able to partner with you in delivering business and mission enabling capabilities.
Applications are gathered through TRI-COR’s online recruiting portal. TRI-COR has a two part application process. Applicants must complete our online application and upload a copy of the Applicant Release and Authorization Form for Background Check (Applicant Release and Authorization Form). The Applicant Release and Authorization Form may be uploaded in the “Add Attachments” section of our online application.
TRI-COR is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply, including: Minorities, Women, Individuals with Disabilities, and Protected Veterans. We participate in E-Verify.
I worked at TRI-COR full-time
Tri-Cor Industries is a pretty good company. I like the people and the environment. Upper management is very passionate and open, pro innovation, treat employees like humans, and seems to genuinely care about clients and staff. The leadership team is only about a couple of years old from a pretty extensive house cleaning done by the current CEO a couple years back when she first started, and since then they have re-branded the company and call it TCI for short, and it has software products of its own. From what I have seen, the company is compassionate, senior leaders are hardworking, and are not just executives who only talk because they can do work better than most. The CEO can do most people's jobs in the company and probably do them better, which could be a little scary for time to time for those who try to get by keeping status quo.
Very fast paced, they expect a lot of out of the box thinking, difficult to get by long term if you just want an average job. Some employees that have been there for 30 years and have trouble keeping up.
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work, but keep in mind that there are employees that have been with the business for 20+ years, and not everyone can be innovative.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at TRI-COR.
I submitted my resume to a current TRI-COR employee at the time, then I was contacted by HR to complete and submit an application as well. Once that was completed, I was contacted to arrange an in-person interview with the team and manager I would be working with. After that interview, I was brought in to the local office to interview with the director at the local office.
As part of filling out my application, I was asked about my current salary and salary expectations. During my interview with the director, he asked once again about my salary and salary expectations, and did not try to renegotiate, but he did say that he wasn't sure he'd be able to get me the money I'm asking, since corporate was the one who made the decisions. I did end up getting the money I had asked for.
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