Constellis, LLC

Industry: Defense

About Constellis, LLC

Constellis is a leading provider of risk management, humanitarian, social intelligence, training and operation support services to the government and commercial clients worldwide. Our number one mission is to secure success for our customers. with more than 20,0000 personnel, a global network of partners and resources, next generation technology platforms and local, in-depth market expertise, we deliver tailored, cost-cost effective solutions. Constellis' U.S. government division is headquartered in Reston, Virginia with regional offices in Africa, the Americas, Europe and the Middle East. For more information, visit

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Why Work at the Company?

Due to the challenging scope of the work we perform, Constellis seeks military-experienced talent to exceed the required expectations of the U.S. government. Veterans work alongside other former military who understand the culture and camaraderie of military life. We offer competitive compensation and a flexible benefits package that reflects a balance between work and life needs. we support employees to seek on-the-job training, skills development, certification and continuing education to facilitate professional and person growth. The majority of Constellis' personnel are required to maintain specialized certifications. Constellis also participates in many philanthropic efforts that support various branches to the U.S. military.

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