Skylla Engineering Knows the Value of Our US Veterans
By Randy Miller
Since 2004, Skylla Engineering Ltd. has earned the reputation of an elite group of professionals providing evolutionary engineering solutions, using emergent technologies, within compressed timelines to uncompromising customers.
They are currently hiring to meet growing demand. A top hiring priority is to reach out to the Veterans community. Through it’s continued partnership with HireVeterans.com, America’s leading job board for U.S. Veterans, they have entered the market in a strong way.
Skylla Engineering Ltd. is a Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), and an SBA certified 8(a) company with several Eastern and Southeastern regional offices. They currently have 120 employees with average annual revenues for the last four years of approximately six million dollars. Their experiences incorporate engineering, IT, logistics, and program management support services.
As both a Prime and Sub-contractor, they have established an efficient business structure that is dedicated to offering best-value support to customers and providing the most qualified personnel in the industry. Skylla uses a broad employee experience base to deliver timely and tangible solutions to their customers. They strive to ensure customers benefit from commercial off-the-shelf, government off-the-shelf and commercial and non-developmental items and technologies. Skylla values customer’s time and they listen to customer’s needs. They demonstrate through service, their gratitude for the opportunity to serve.
All full-time employees are eligible for any and all benefits made available by Skylla Engineering Ltd. (cost detailed below) Employees enroll for coverage immediately upon hire and benefits are normally effective the month following hire. Employee medical, dental, and vision monthly premiums are paid at 50% by employee and 50% by Skylla Engineering, Ltd.
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