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Careers

We are our people.

As a services company, our talented employees are everything to us. If we can’t hire great people, we can’t grow, which limits the opportunities we can offer.

We are forever looking for talented technologists, from entry-level to senior-level, who love collaborating and problem-solving with fellow geeks, who get fired up about the latest technology, who are intellectually curious. At AIS, you’ll work with emerging technologies and build innovative business solutions that solve real problems for major government and business organizations.

As an employee-owned firm, we are dedicated to investing in our people and retaining top talent. We seek technologists with an entrepreneur and intrapreneur mindset who will help make AIS successful but also make self-development a priority. We want you to grow, progress, and stay excited–and AIS is a great place to do that.

.NET Architect (1790) Reston, VA
.NET Developer – Remote (1959) DC Metro Area
.NET Developer (1798) DC Metro Area
.NET Developer (1942) DC Metro Area
Angular Developer (1711) Dayton, OH
Angular Developer (1828) Dayton, OH
Angular Developer with Secret Clearance (1882) Dayton, OH
AWS Cloud Developer (1617) DC Metro Area
AWS Developer (1883) Dayton, OH
Azure Architect (1817) Indianapolis, IN
Azure Cloud & Data Openings for DoD (Multiple Openings) Remote
Azure Software Architect (1864) DC Metro Area
Business Analyst (1966) DC Metro Area
Business Analyst with Secret Clearance (1854) DC Metro Area
Business Analyst with Secret Clearance (1891) DC Metro Area
Capture/Proposal Analyst (1961) Reston, VA
Change Manager (1945) DC Metro Area
Cloud Engineer with Secret Clearance (1820) Austin, TX
Cloud Infrastructure Consultant (1796) Raleigh/RTP
Cloud Infrastructure Consultant with Secret Clearance (1918) DC Metro Area
Cloud Infrastructure Consultant with Secret Clearance (1929) Reston, VA
Cloud Infrastructure Consultant with Secret Clearance (1930) Austin, TX
Data Architect – Remote (1960) DC Metro Area
Data Architect (1807) DC Metro Area
Data Architect (1937) Reston, VA
Data Architect with Interim Secret Clearance (1923) Reston, VA
Data Architect with Secret Clearance (1819) Austin, TX
Database Developer (1939) Columbia, MD
ETL Engineer (1913) Columbia, MD
Federal Business Development Executive (1915) DC Metro Area
Front Desk Receptionist (1963) Reston, VA
Full Stack Developer (1886) Dayton, OH
Infrastructure Consultant with Interim Secret Clearance (1878) DC Metro Area
Infrastructure Consultant with Interim Secret Clearance (1936) DC Metro Area
Infrastructure Consultant with Secret Clearance (1901) DC Metro Area
Infrastructure Consultant with Secret Clearance (1927) Reston, VA
Infrastructure Consultant with Secret Clearance (1928) Austin, TX
Infrastructure Security Engineer with Secret Clearance (1895) DC Metro Area
K2 Analyst (1925) DC Metro Area
Lead .NET Developer – Remote (1965) Remote
Lead Cloud Systems Engineer with Secret Clearance (1897) DC Metro Area
Microsoft Power Platform Developer (1801) DC Metro Area
Recruiting Coordinator (1916) Reston, VA
Senior Cloud Engineer with Secret Clearance (1805) DC Metro Area
Senior Infrastructure Consultant with Interim Secret Clearance (1879) DC Metro Area
Senior Infrastructure Consultant with Interim Secret Clearance (1962) DC Metro Area
Senior Level .NET Developer – Remote (1958) DC Metro Area
Senior Software Engineer (1697) Indianapolis, IN
Senior Software Engineer (1938) DC Metro Area
SharePoint Analyst (1924) DC Metro Area
SharePoint Analyst with Secret Clearance (1902) DC Metro Area
Software Architect (1941) DC Metro Area
Software Engineer (1917) Austin, TX
Software Engineer Intern (1910) DC Metro Area
Software Engineer Trainer (1900) Indianapolis, IN
Technical Analyst (1935) Columbia, MD
Technical Project Manager (1919) Columbia, MD
Technical Project Manager (1940) Columbia, MD
Technical Project Manager (1951) Columbia, MD
Technical Project Manager (1967) DC Metro Area
Technical Project Manager with Secret Clearance (1921) Reston, VA
User Experience (UX) Architect (1931) DC Metro Area
User Experience (UX) Engineer (1836) Reston, VA
User Experience (UX) Researcher (1933) Reston, VA
User Interface (UI) Developer (1944) Columbia, MD

What does it take to be an AISer?

  • Smart people with a passion for technology
  • Strong technical capabilities with consultancy mind set
  • Heavy involvement with local technical communities
  • Willingness to think outside of the box to provide innovative solutions to clients
  • Ability to solve challenging technical business problems
  • Self-directed professionals prosper at AIS

Culture

  • Investments in people, technology and partnerships
  • Open management style
  • Open door policy
  • Employees drive their careers at AIS
  • Reciprocal learning environment
  • Employee-empowered approach yields low attrition rate
  • Highly flexible environment that is performance and results oriented
  • Project-based organization with high mobility and visibility
  • Employee-centric culture nurtures successful employee referral program
  • Frequent activities to promote socialization and collaboration

Imagine yourself at AIS

  • Interested in becoming an AISer? First, we need you to apply and submit your resume
  • Second, you’ll hear from an AIS Talent Associate via email and/or phone
  • Third, you’ll conduct a thorough technical assessment to evaluate your capabilities with one of your future peers
  • Fourth, you’ll have an opportunity to meet our team
  • Lastly, if your skill sets and qualifications align with our core capabilities, we’ll extend an offer for you to join our AIS Team