Location: Basrah, Iraq
Job Code: 161101
Number of Openings: 1
TCI (TRI-COR Industries, Inc.) is a global IT Services and Software Products firm with a successful 34-year track record in delivering top-notch products, services and solutions to both the private and public sectors. We are a CMMI Level 3 company in both Services and Development and operate two Innovation labs where we research, develop and apply leading edge technologies prior to bringing innovations to our clients to solve their business problems. Because of our culture and practices, we offer our clients low-risk innovations that help them achieve sustained cost savings.
TCI offers excellent work environment as well as open and innovative culture that foster our employees’ growth and promote happiness. Our happy employees deliver innovative, efficient and effective solutions to our clients. Headquartered in Alexandria, VA, TCI serves clients in the D.C. Metro Area, O’Fallon, IL, Denver, CO, Fort Gordon, GA, Dayton, OH, Burlington, VT, Oklahoma City, OK, Kansas City, MO, and The Republic of Iraq. We seek highly qualified and talented individuals with the desire to be life-long learners to join our team of awesome professionals.
The incumbent works independently but reports directly to their assigned USG Representative who assigns work in terms of the general objectives to be accomplished and provides policy guidance as needed. The incumbent independently plans and carries out assigned responsibilities. The incumbent informs the USG Representatives of issues with widespread impact. Completed work is reviewed for the accomplishment of overall objectives and for thoroughness of analyses and soundness of advice and guidance. Recommendations for action and solutions to problems are normally accepted without significant change.
The ICA's may work in any of Iraq's eighteen provinces and serve the following functions:
TCI offers a competitive compensation package.
TCI is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer that values diversity in our workforce. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.