DAI offers rewarding career opportunities for talented technical, managerial, and support professionals. By providing challenging assignments, a commitment to professional development, managerial systems based on teamwork, and an ownership stake in the company, we attract and retain high-caliber staff. Our workforce reflects a cultural diversity that gives us a broad spectrum of backgrounds and perspectives.
It is the policy of DAI to use the Internet and related electronic data technologies to fill all vacant home office (corporate) positions. Job seekers, both internal and external, including but not limited to individuals sourced by means of job fairs, networking events, and employee referrals, will be directed to apply at the DAI online career page. Job seekers are instructed to complete a profile and upload a copy of their current curriculum vitae for a particular job opening.
Individuals must follow these instructions to be considered for employment. Race, ethnicity, and gender information will be solicited using a voluntary self-identification form at the time a job seeker completes a profile. Individual responses to this information will be tracked solely for purposes of compliance with affirmative action regulations under Executive Order 11246.
DAI is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer with a commitment to diversity. All individuals, regardless of personal characteristics, are encouraged to apply. (Compliant with the new VEVRAA and Section 503 rules).
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Resources:
- Detailed explanation of the EEO is the Law poster (English)
- Detailed explanation of the EEO is the Law poster (Spanish)
- DAI EEO policy
DAI offers its employees a competitive and comprehensive benefits package to provide health and welfare coverage for them and their eligible dependents. In addition, DAI’s culture inherently strives to achieve a healthy work-life balance.
Leave: DAI offers a generous and flexible paid time off structure. New employees earn up to 25 days of annual leave, which includes vacation and 10 paid holidays. In addition, employees are eligible for 10 days of sick leave. DAI also provides parental leave, as well as leave for jury duty, bereavement, and other personal leaves as approved. DAI also offers short- and long-term disability programs to offset salary for longer-term illnesses. DAI complies with the Family and Medical Leave Act.
Health Plans: DAI offers a competitive medical/dental/vision plan. U.S.-based employees have the option of selecting a traditional Preferred Provider Organization plan through Cigna’s Open Access Plan or Cigna’s High Deductible plan, which includes participation in a Health Savings Account (HSA). We also offer flexible spending plans for qualified medical and dependent care expenses. Our Health Advocate service includes a personal representative to assist with claims, appointment scheduling, and locating providers.
Retirement Plans: If you elect to contribute to DAI’s 401(k) plan, DAI will match your contribution (25 cents to the dollar) up to the IRS limit. DAI is an employee-owned company. As such, U.S.-based staff and those with corporate status are eligible for participation in the firm’s employee stock ownership plan at no cost to the employee.
Other Benefits: Educational assistance, professional development, employee assistance plan, pre-tax transit (for parking or mass transit), wellness programs (massages, flu shots, annual health fair).
DAI makes reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities who are otherwise qualified to perform a job, unless such accommodation would impose an undue hardship. Please let us know if you need an accommodation to participate in the application process: Call (301) 771-7587 or (301) 771-7768.