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TigerSwan is an equal opportunity provider. We are proud to be a VA-certified, Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business. Explore our career opportunities below.
VA-certified, Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business
Founded in 2007, TigerSwan is a Crisis Management and Global Stability consulting and services firm founded by former members of the U.S. military’s elite Delta Force.
TigerSwan operates on the principles of courage, candor, and selfless service to deliver our clients Solutions to Uncertainty.
These principles, paired with our holistic security and stability background allows us to establish a business culture uniquely qualified to accommodate the needs of corporations, governments, agencies, families, and individuals seeking protectors, problem solvers, leaders, mentors, system integrators, and world renowned trainers.
A career with TigerSwan offers a full range of benefits, including:
- Health insurance
- Paid holidays
- Bi-weekly payroll
- Immediate 401(k) eligibility
- Tuition Assistance
- Short and long term disability
- Life Insurance
- Participation in an onsite wellness and fitness program
TigerSwan is headquartered in Apex, North Carolina, just five miles southwest of Raleigh. We maintain additional regional offices in the Middle East, North Africa, West Africa, India, Latin America, and Asia.
Unfortunately we have no current positions available at this time. If you would be interested in opportunities in the future, please leave your resume and contact information with Loretta Moye at firstname.lastname@example.org
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