From the Battlefield to the Boardroom

At ECS, we understand the needs of veterans in the workforce. 21 percent of our employees have served in the Armed Forces. Finding a path after the military can seem daunting. ECS helps veterans develop successful and fulfilling careers in cyber, cloud, engineering, data science, and artificial intelligence.

Join us. Grow your career and make an impact on our nation’s health, security, and defense.

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of our employees have served
in the Armed Forces

PROUDLY V3 CERTIFIED

ECS is a Virginia Values Veterans (V3) certified organization. We are committed to recruiting, hiring, and retaining veterans for the value they bring to the workforce. Virginia has the fastest growing veteran workforce in the country, and we are now trained on best practices for recruiting and hiring transitioning military members.

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Develop Career-Defining Skills

With on-the-job training, education benefits, and mentorship opportunities, ECS can help you build the career you want. Become an AWS Certified Practitioner through our Cloud Center of Excellence. Sharpen your cybersecurity skills through a CompTIA certification. Expand your leadership abilities with Project Management Professional (PMP) training. Or use our robust education benefits to develop skills in an area of your choosing!

Training and education opportunities include:

$5,000 training and education
stipend per year
Robust bonus structure (up to
$5,000 bonus per certification!)
Student loan repayment
assistance for STEM graduates

See how ECS employees have transformed their careers

At ECS, I’ve found a sense of camaraderie and purpose similar to my time in the military. It’s a big family here, and we definitely treat it as such.

Octavius Duffey, Team LeadUSTRANSCOM’s Global Air Transportation Execution System & Retired US Air Force

As a veteran, I take pride in my work at ECS: I help the Department of Defense support our country's warfighters and ensure our nation's security.

Amy SandovalProject Manager & Retired US Marine Corp

ECS showed me that my military skillset was useful, necessary, and valuable in a civilian setting. I was a project manager and didn’t know it!

James Devore, Program Manager and DeveloperDefense Health Agency & Retired US Army

As a veteran and recruiter, I personally experienced how ECS helps military veterans transition to successful careers in our fast paced industry. ECS understands the value our diverse military training and skillsets bring to the table.

Mary MaceSenior Recruiter & Retired US Army

ECS lets me serve my country as both a senior technical architect as well as a reservist in the United States Marine Corps.

Anthony ZechSenior Technical Architect AI/ML & Reservist, United States Marine Corp

ECS is always looking for veterans to join our company. Veterans have a rare blend of skills including leadership, discipline, and decision making. They are hard workers, tenacious problem solvers, and the perfect partners to have on any team.

Steve HittleChief Information Officer, ECS & Retired US Army Ranger

Make an Impact

At ECS, our work impacts civilian and military lives every day. We support critical missions around the world, from healthcare to combat readiness, national security, and environmental research. Build a career that makes a difference.

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Interested in learning more about life at ECS? Find out more on our Careers page!

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