Careers

Our business is growing rapidly, and we are looking for enthusiastic and dedicated individuals to help us deliver exciting and important programs for the US Government and its partners.
In return, you’ll receive a comprehensive benefits package and the opportunity to take your career to the next level.

GREAT COMPANY

Our goal is to make Crimson Phoenix the best company you have ever worked for, and we are committed to helping you and your family enjoy the best possible physical, financial, and emotional well-being. That’s why we offer you a comprehensive, competitive and flexible benefits package. As you grow in your personal and professional life, Crimson Phoenix hopes to be there with you every step of the way.

  • Operating throughout the United States
  • Extensive opportunities for career development
  • Above industry pay and comprehensive benefits package
  • Profit sharing program, with 25% of profits shared with our employees
  • Ranked 12th best small business in the United States by Fortune Magazine
  • Certified as a ‘Great Place to Work’ from 2020-2022

Interested in a career in intelligence?

Crimson Phoenix is pleased to introduce our Soaring Phoenix Youth (SPY) program. This program is intended for college students who are looking to start their career in the intelligence contracting world. Applicants (mentees) will receive a mentor based on their program interest. The mentors will work with the applicants to schedule a time/date that works best for them and will curate a program that will provide mentees with the skills/knowledge they need to secure a job upon graduating. To apply, please fill out the form below.

Pictured above: Siddharth Tibrewala – recent graduate from our SPY program.

During his mentorship, Siddharth learned several important things about being a scientist in the real world. He audited a short course geared towards hypersonic engine design, and investigated the ongoing research programs at his university, in preparation for a possible Master’s degree in hypersonics. Lastly, he explored the differences between government labs, universities, and contractors as employers.