DELTA offers highly competitive salaries, excellent opportunities for staff development and advancement, and an impressive and innovative benefits package.
Compensation: A full-time work week is 40 hours. Non-exempt employees may earn overtime and exempt employees may take advantage of DELTA Time, where each hour worked over 40 equals one hour of DELTA Time. DELTA offers a bonus plan that recognizes and rewards outstanding service.
Leave: Eligible employees are provided with vacation days, personal holidays, select government holidays, and DELTA Time.
Workplace Flexibility: DELTA offers flexible work arrangements to employees when permitted. Flexible scheduling and telecommuting are components of DELTA’s Workplace Flexibility Plan.
Health: DELTA offers two separate medical options to eligible employees in addition to an Opt-Out program, effective day of start. DELTA offers a dental PPO plan and voluntary vision insurance. DELTA offers a flexible spending account whereby employees can put aside up to $2,500 for medical expenses and $5,000 for dependent care.
Retirement Plan: Eligible employees may contribute to DELTA's 401(k) plan immediately upon hire. DELTA contributes three percent (3%) of salary regardless of employee deferral. Employee contributions are also matched 50 cents per dollar up to an additional three percent (3%). There is no vesting requirement at DELTA; therefore every dollar is retained by employees immediately.
Additional Benefits: DELTA provides short-term and long-term disability insurance, life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance; tuition and certification assistance; and a housing assistance program. In addition, DELTA provides an employee assistance program, a monthly transportation allowance, a college savings plan, an annual health club subsidy, and employee eligibility for credit union participation.
The DELTA Career Development Plan (DCDP) is a tool for career development and progression. DELTA managers support employee development through goal-setting, training, mentoring, and evaluation.
Goal Setting: During the indoctrination process, DELTA employees work closely with their managers to set professional baseline, short-term, and long-term goals. Managers provide goals and objectives as well as clarification on tasks.
Training: In addition to On-The-Job (OTJ) training, managers and employees may utilize internal training captured through IT tools.
Mentoring: Less experienced employees are partnered with more experienced employees to facilitate professional development and guidance.
Evaluation: Managers and employees meet on an annual basis to review goals, progress, and accomplishments.
As part of an employees DCDP, DELTA may offer up to $5,000 a year in tuition assistance for the completion of a bachelor's or master's degree.
DELTA may also offer up to $2,500 a year to eligible employees in support of professional certifications.
3601 Eisenhower Ave
Alexandria, VA 22304
Entrepreneurial Emphasis: DELTA is always looking for new ways to support existing clients, as well as ways to identify new clients in need of DELTA's support and expertise. In some instances, DELTA teams with industry partners to realize these opportunities. We greatly value our clients and our industry partners and work closely with them to define new areas of growth and develop cohesive teams to meet client needs.