ORAU recognized as a 2015 Top Diversity Employer by Black EOE Journal magazine
We are proud to support wounded warriors in the workforce through the Wounded Warrior Project, Warriors to Work program. To learn how you can help, visit the Wounded Warrior Project website.
ORAU also participates in the PaYS Program—an innovative, strategic partnership program between the U.S. Army and a cross-section of U.S. industries and public sector agencies.
To develop an online profile, set up job alerts and/or apply for open positions, visit the ORAU Career Center.
ORAU is strongly committed to our employees, where the entire employee population acts like an extended family where flexibility and an interest in the work-life balance is a top priority. ORAU’s culture is further enhanced by the individualism that each employee is encouraged to present. Our employee population is reflective of the communities in which we work and live, and we embrace the uniqueness of these individuals without promoting uniformity.
We commit ourselves to promoting a talented and diverse workforce by hiring quality individuals, appreciating their differences, and developing employees to their fullest potential for the benefit of the organization, the individual and society.
ORAU’s nepotism policy places some restrictions on the employment of relatives of ORAU employees.
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