NetCentrics is for the big thinkers, the resourceful, the driven, the versatile.
Our people protect the country. They make our success possible. We know that a diversity of perspectives only aids in that mission. We’re committed to cultivating and safeguarding a diverse workforce across our offices.
We’re an equal opportunity employer. That means all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran status, or on the basis of disability.
The NetCentrics Way
Our team is motivated by a shared set of five core values.
These principles guide how we build our company, how we deliver services to our customers, and how we take care of our employees.
We focus intensely on our customer’s mission. We deliver the absolute best of ourselves every day to ensure our customer’s success
We will always develop, coach, mentor, and grow our people and their careers.
We work hard to uphold and promote our personal and corporate reputation for excellence.
Embrace the Team
We are a highly collaborative team, embracing diversity of thought and experiences and maintaining accountability to each other.
Act with Purpose
We are inspired by our customer’s challenges and seek to resolve their issues by remaining flexible, agile, and proactive.
Our customers face some of the most complex technical challenges in the world. We are committed to their success. Nothing stops us.
Our employees enjoy top benefits. Here are some of our most-loved:
We recruit top talent, and we offer top pay—plus employee referral bonuses and profit sharing.
We enjoy helping employees advance their careers, and coach them in developing thought leadership skills and profiles.
Training and Educational Opportunities
Our industry moves fast. We help employees stay ahead of the curve by covering career-related training and courses.
We care about our employees’ future, and offer 401K matching.
Choice of Healthcare Programs
We want employees to bring their healthiest self to work. We offer a choice of three premiere health insurance plans, along with dental and vision plans.
The link below leads to the machine-readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.
Our people are at the core of everything we do.
They employ creative thinking, imaginative engineering, and innovative technology to solve our country’s most pressing challenges.
Our staff of thought leaders and rockstars regularly publish expert opinions on enterprise IT and cybersecurity trends.
At NetCentrics, our employees are in the business of changing the world. Find out what makes them tick in our spotlight series.
Employee Spotlight: Dustin Pape
Get to know brand new NetCentrics teammate, Dustin Pape.
Employee Spotlight: Edward Purcell
Q: What is your background?A: Born in New York, grew up in South America son of State Department diplomat, finished high school in Bethesda, MD, B.
Employee Spotlight: Thomas Sena
Get to know team NetCentrics' brand new teammate, Thomas Sena.
Employee Spotlight: Matthew D’Nicuola
Q: What is your background?A: I am an experienced Requirements Analyst that has served in the government sector for the last four years.
Employee Spotlight: Cihan Allison
Cihan Allison, Deputy Project Manager, has been a dedicated NetCentrics employee for almost a decade.
Employee Spotlight: Sebastian Wagner
Sebastian Wagner is a Mobile Administrator at the FTC, in his free time he goes on road trips and tinkers with engines.
Employee Spotlight: Joshua Hunter
Joshua Hunter is NetCentrics’ Security Analyst, but if you’re following this series on our amazing teammates, you’ll recognize him as the mysterious stranger with a knack for recognizing tech talent.
Employee Spotlight: Jesse Hernandez
‘Mission First’ is familiar to Jesse Hernandez, who recently earned kudos for his work at USCG.
Employee Spotlight: Andy Ibarra
Andy Ibarra's other office is a kayak, a place for athletic training and deep thinking in pursuit of competitive bass fishing tournaments.
Employee Spotlight: Shane Lawson
Shane Lawson was pursuing a love interest when a NetCentrics employee spotted his talent for technology tinkering.