Come join the team!
When it comes to recruitment, we’re selective. Some might say we are downright picky, but we think that’s a good thing!
It’s not just about technical skills and experience – we look for individuals who share our values and our commitment to our human-centered perspective on work and life. Our recruitment process is very thorough, because we know that every person who joins our team will become a vital member of the Evans family, lovingly called “Evans Nation.”
We’re looking for team players who:
If that sounds like you, then check out our current openings!
Organizational Development and Program Communications Consultant2-3 days on client site (SW Washington, DC) and at least 1 day in Falls Church, VA
Communications LeadSplit time between Falls Church, VA (Evans office) and Washington, DC (FAA—client site)
Communications ConsultantSplit time between Falls Church, VA (Evans office) and Washington, DC (FAA—client site), some travel may be required.
Program Management Best Practices3-4 days in Washington, DC (L’Enfant area); 1 – 2 days in Falls Church, VA
Business Operations ConsultantAtlantic City, New Jersey (at least 4 days on client site with potential for telework 1 day/week)
Financial AnalystAtlantic City, New Jersey
Technical WriterFalls Church, VA with weekly travel to Warrenton, VA and approximately 1-2 weeks per month travel across the United States
Communications & Leadership ConsultantWashington, DC
Future Opportunities: Join Our Talent NetworkFalls Church, VA
Whether we have the right role for you now or not, we are always interested in hearing from motivated self-starters who want to join our team. We believe in building long-term relationships, so we’ll stay in touch with a candidate who is a great fit until we find a position that fits their goals and our needs.
If you see a perfect match in company but not a perfect match in position at this time, send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com. In your cover letter or a separate document, we also ask that you answer the following question:
What does human-centered mean to you, and what does it look like in practice?
Thanks for your interest in joining Evans Nation!