Insignia is always looking for highly motivated, collaborative and dedicated individuals looking to contribute to the growth and success of the company. At Insignia, our people are truly our greatest asset. Because of our corporate culture, philosophy and approach focused on client satisfaction, we are continuously recruiting individuals who share our vision and want to be a part of our successful team.
We encourage growth, innovation, and both personal and team achievements. We recognize and reward dedication, strong ethics, and loyalty. If you are a motivated and dynamic self-starter and want to join an exciting and growing team, please send your résumé to
As soon as possible
Washington, DC Metropolitan Area
The Business Analyst is responsible for determining operational objectives by studying business functions; gathering information; evaluating output requirements and formats. Monitor project progress by tracking activity, record minutes and action items; resolve problems; publish progress reports; recommend actions.
Qualifications and Requirements:
If interested please send your cover letter with salary requirements and résumé to: Business Analyst Position.
The Configuration/Risk Manager will play a key role in ensuring the project meets objectives on time and on budget by defining configuration and change control processes, establishing and conducting Change Control Board (CCB) reviews, and reviewing and tracking change requests. This person will identify configuration items including planned releases, configurations and schedules related to each release and other DevOps activities. This position requires a detail-oriented self-starter who can interact with other business, technical, and senior management professionals, clients and key stakeholders and who demonstrates initiative, sound judgment, effective decision-making, and excellent oral and written communication skills.
If interested please send your cover letter with salary requirements and résumé to: Configuration/Risk Manager Position.
The Scheduler is responsible for working closely with technical experts, project leads and project managers in planning, creating, and managing project schedules. The candidate must have hands-on experience with developing, baselining, updating, and reporting status of schedules. The Scheduler will provide a 'road map' that guides the project team to successful completion, identifying what work needs to be completed, when and by whom; constructability issues; and key project interfaces, and will coordinate with the project team to create a ‘time picture’ of the project that reflects the team’s vision of how the project will be performed.
If interested please send your cover letter with salary requirements and résumé to: Scheduler Position.
Insignia is accepting résumés for a part-time Employment Workshop Facilitator/Career Transition Trainer on military installations. As a Facilitator/Trainer you will conduct transition workshops for military service members and dependents to assist and prepare them for their return to the civilian workforce. Each workshop is three days in length (weekday, daytime hours). Workshops are requested as needed, and vary depending on the individual demands of each site. This equates to approximately two workshops per month but may fluctuate. Recruitment is limited to the local commuting area, within 50 miles of the military installation/workshop site.
This could be an excellent opportunity for military spouses or veterans living in the area, or anyone who is interested in assisting future veterans during their transition.
Workshop curriculum is focused on areas including but not limited to:
Qualifications and Experience:
*Travel may be required for some areas.
If interested please send your cover letter with salary requirements and résumé to: Employment Workshop Facilitator/Career Transition Trainer Position. * Note: Please indicate the location you are applying for.
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8281 Greensboro Drive
Tysons, VA 22102
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