Careers Supporting USSOCOM

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Apply below — you may be a great fit for one of our newly listed job openings (award pending).

Are you looking for a high-visibility, mission-critical job delivering SOF professionals the information they need before they need it?

To staff an award-pending opportunity, Titan Technologies is offering positions that support the mission-critical work of the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), its Service Component Commands and its Theater Special Operations Commands (TSOCs) while enabling you to enjoy a flexible work environment, professional development, and a supportive team – all with highly competitive pay and top-tier benefits.

If awarded this contract, Titan Technologies will assist USSOCOM, its Component Commands, its TSOCs, and its deployed forces in the delivery of a full spectrum of Information Technology (IT) services to operate and maintain information flow, communications, and connectivity globally. This includes providing capabilities to integrate with the larger Government community to facilitate cooperation and collaboration for specialized and Joint efforts or task forces as well as providing logistical capabilities for Outside the Continental United States (OCONUS) and deployed personnel in support of OCONUS tactical IT operations.

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