How to Apply:
Symplicity offers the following benefits for full-time employees:
- Flexible Spending
- 401K plan with an employer contribution match
- Stock options program offered to top performers after two years of employment
- Commuter benefits
Work Life Balance
Paid time off includes:
- Sick Leave
- Personal Days
Casual & Fun Atmosphere
Symplicity is headquartered in vibrant Arlington, VA, just a few blocks from the Rosslyn Metro station. While headquartered right outside of Washington, D.C., we also have employees working remotely throughout the country and embrace workplace flexibility. We value hard work, and believe a casual and fun atmosphere without a stuffy dress code or unnecessary bureaucracies allows our employees to focus on the important stuff and get things done. Symplicity’s headquarters offers comfortable workspaces, a full kitchen, and company-provided snacks.
Life at Symplicity
Big time responsibilities right away
Symplicity challenges its employees to succeed by offering a wide array of experiences and responsibilities. Out of the gate you will be given the ability to showcase your skills, influence decisions, and contribute. You will work hard and learn new things every day. Symplicity professionals are hired not only for their technical knowledge, but also for their ability to apply their skills to solving every client's unique problems.
Be part of something
Whether you are a new software developer, a salesperson, or part of customer support, your work will have a direct impact, not only internally at Symplicity, but with our clients. One day you might be working on a project for a major politician. The next day you might be part of developing an application that revolutionizes how employers worldwide connect with job applicants. We are looking for leaders and innovators as we continue to grow and revolutionize our products and services.
The location doesn't hurt
Symplicity is located just outside of Washington, DC in the Rosslyn neighborhood of Arlington, VA. Not bad considering that Arlington is the birthplace of the internet. It's true. Arlington based Defense Department Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) built the Interface Message Processor (IMP) to carry data to and from different specialized computers mostly in the U.S. university community. DARPA created ARPANET, which ultimately became the Internet. Symplicity's office is accessible by both METRO Rail and Bus lines.