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Beverly J. Campbell, President

301-670-4990
bcampbell@scgcorp.com

Stacy Philipson Grenis, Vice President of Administration

301-670-4990
sphilipson@scgcorp.com

The Scientific Consulting Group, Inc.
656 Quince Orchard Road, Suite 210
Gaithersburg, Maryland 20878-1409
Fax: 301-670-3815

Open Positions

Job Description

Consulting firm in Gaithersburg, MD seeks a Front Office Coordinator. Position will be based at our client site in Rockville, MD.

Background

The NIH Office of AIDS Research (OAR) was created by Congress to oversee, coordinate and manage all NIH HIV-related research. OAR establishes scientific priorities in the global fight against HIV/AIDS and ensures that U.S. Government research dollars are invested in the areas of highest scientific priority. OAR receives the total Congressional NIH budget allocation for HIV/AIDS ($3 B in FY 2018) and distributes funds to the NIH institutes and centers (ICs) which conduct HIV research directly and fund research in the U.S. and internationally.

OAR annually solicits input from the scientific community, HIV/AIDS community members and advocates, and other stakeholders to establish scientific priorities and develop its strategic plan. OAR funds research to understand and prevent HIV transmission; to develop effective treatments and interventions for HIV; to discover a cure; and to work on an HIV vaccine. OAR also funds research to treat HIV coinfections and comorbidities, translate discoveries into public health, and advance the NIH HIV/AIDS research agenda. Underpinning across all the HIV research priorities are supporting basic research; addressing health disparities; understanding how social and behavioral factors affect implementation of scientific interventions; and providing training and capacity building in the field.

Scope of work:

This position performs all duties consistent with a Front Office Coordinator for the Immediate Office of Directors (IMOD) senior level executives. The individual, at all times, maintains professionalism, composure and confidentiality. He/she also is able to nimbly adjust priorities with limited or no notice, resolve conflicts presented to him/her with appropriate guidance from senior staff or the COR. Use diplomacy and negotiation skills to make arrangements and work to ensure that meeting requests are responded to appropriately and in a timely manner (e.g., frequent reminders, tracking log, etc.). This individual will also provide backup administrative support to the OAR Director and Deputy Director.

The contractor will work with the COR and other appropriate NIH officials and staff to perform the following:

Task 1: Immediate Office of the Director (IMOD) Management

Serve as a key member of the IMOD support team. Serve as the subject matter expert to both OAR Directors to ensure that the IMOD functions efficiently so they can focus on the OAR mission. These tasks may also be performed for the OAR Director, if needed. Tasks include but are not limited to:

  • Helping to maintain the front office as a quiet area conducive to work with minimal distractions.
  • Receiving visitors, and as needed, directing them to the waiting area, or announcing them before they enter the Director and Deputy offices.
  • Anticipating changes or needed items.
  • Knowledge of both Director’s calendar, reconciling competing priorities as needed by Director’s Special Assistant, responding to meeting requests, and keeping Directors apprised of changes.
  • Arranging meeting space, confirming attendees’ schedules, and organizing meeting materials before the meeting.
  • Setting up conference calls/Skype for Business meetings and ensuring the call details are provided to distinguished meeting attendees.
  • Photocopying, and assembling printed materials as needed.
  • Proactively and in an interrupting manner ensuring that both Directors has sufficient supplies and other materials for work.
  • Suggesting strategies to improve front office operations, including implementing strategies to organize incoming and outgoing correspondence and other documents for the office.
  • Provide input to SOPs to reflect new or updated, and approved procedures.

Deliverables

  • Weekly reports on projects and ad hoc project updates as requested.
  • Respond to written and verbal communications on a daily basis.
  • Ensure task blocks are added to the calendar based on deadlines and time needed.
  • Reminders so the OAR Directors attends meetings on time. Reminders may be electronic, verbal, or other depending on OAR’s preference.
  • Meeting materials provided to Directors and meeting attendees in advance of the meeting. This includes but is not limited to meeting folders and background materials.
  • As needed, take notes at meetings and list follow-up or other action items requiring the attention of the Deputy Director and Director.
  • Procedures should be updated at least monthly.

Task 2: Document Development and Management

This task involves providing support for paper, electronic, and other files or materials in the IMOD. Tasks include but are not limited to:

  • Drafting and editing written materials, including correspondence, reports, and forms, official duty memoranda. Serve as alternate liaison for reports, including DDRMS, NIH Monthly Director’s Report, NIH Week-Ahead Report and 30-Day Look-Ahead Report.
  • Generating meeting minutes, agendas, and other communication materials for proper format, grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
  • In the absence of the Director’s Special Assistant, serving as the Executive Secretary to the NIH AIDS Executive Committee (NAEC). Duties include preparing meeting agendas and minutes and managing Skype meeting.
  • Entering documents into the Document Tracking System and/or Incoming Requests Tracking System as soon as items are received.
  • Photocopying and assembling printed materials as needed.
  • Creating and maintaining office records and project files.
  • Entering documents into the Document Tracking System and Incoming Requests Tracking System as soon as items are received.

Deliverables

  • Weekly reports on projects and ad hoc project updates as requested.
  • Generating meeting minutes, agendas, and other communication materials for proper format, grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
  • Track, record, and direct incoming and outgoing office documents. Tasks should be performed immediately upon receipt and are expected to occur numerous times daily.
  • Following established procedures for tracking documents.

Task 3: Office Coordination and Administration

This task involves providing coordination, administration and collaboration among the front office staff.

  • Coordinates the activities of the other administrative staff in the OAR front office.
  • Perform all duties consistent with supporting the Director and Deputy Director, both senior level executives, and in the case of the Deputy Director, a flag officer in the U.S. Public Health Service.
  • Back up both the Director’s Special Assistant and the Deputy Director’s Program Support Assistant when they are out of the office or when they are otherwise occupied and require assistance.
  • Understand and administer U.S. PHS flag officer protocol and assure that all logistical arrangements and office functions account for flag officer protocol.
  • Responsible for tracking incoming requests to the front office and deliverables produced by the front office.

Deliverables

  • Weekly report out to Director and Deputy Director on status of activities and tasks
  • Respond with written or verbal communication to OAR’s Management Advisory Team (MAT) ad hoc request
  • Providing flexibility, support and knowledge of front office activities as needed
  • Follow establish office procedures and provide customer service

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Attention to detail, planning, and organization skills
  • Ability to handle multiple ongoing assignments at once
  • Expertise in Microsoft Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Skype for Business) and SharePoint
  • 5+ years’ executive assistant experience

Deliverables: In addition to the items mentioned above, the contractor shall:

  • Sign a nondisclosure agreement upon employment
  • Attend meetings as required by the COR
  • Submit other reports as required by the COR

Interested candidates should submit resume and cover letter stating salary requirements.

SCG is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Consulting firm in Gaithersburg, MD seeks a Health Communication Specialist to be based on-site at our client facility located in Rockville, MD.

The Health Communication Specialist is responsible for responding to inquiries from members of the public, health professionals, and researchers through email, standard mail, telephone, fax, and social media channels. This role will include using appropriate health information and National Institutes of Health (NIH) and National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) research resources to develop accurate responses to public inquiries and provide referrals to approved health resources and/or other offices and government agencies. The position of Health Communication Specialist involves quick-turnaround knowledge acquisition about the NIH, including NIAID, biomedical research program; leadership opportunities; and direct client interactions.

Responsibilities

  • Perform duties onsite at the client’s office.
  • Respond to written (email, standard mail, fax, and social media) and telephone inquiries from members of the public, including health professionals, researchers, patients and family members, and students in a timely, accurate, and articulate manner.
  • Use appropriate health and NIH, including NIAID, research information resources to accurately respond to inquiries on health topics, the NIH, including NIAID, research portfolio and related activities, and areas of research related to infectious, immunologic and allergic diseases.
  • Develop appropriate and accurate written and oral responses to communicate scientific and health information to the public.
  • Stay abreast of NIAID, NIH, and other HHS news releases, research topics, and health information relevant to the Institute.
  • Learn, test, use, and manage the customer relationship management system and call center phone system; train staff on those systems.
  • Review written responses of other Information/Communication Specialists.
  • Prepare weekly, monthly, and other reports for SCG and the Institute.
  • Collaborate with Institute staff, including but not limited to, public inquiries and media staff, IT staff, and subject matter experts; participate in team meetings.
  • Collaborate with SCG team members; participate in regularly scheduled meetings.
  • Help develop and/or update inquiry response training materials and policy and procedures manuals.
  • Identify staff training needs; help to develop and implement training and mentoring programs to address those needs.
  • Identify potential areas to improve inquiry response processes as needed.

Education

  • A 4-year college degree in a relevant field of study, such as health sciences, public health, or health communications, is preferred.

Qualifications

  • Two to four (2-4) years or more experience in:
    • Responding to inquiries from the public on research topics related to health conditions and diseases.
    • A thorough knowledge of Government health information resources; familiarity with PubMed, clinicaltrials.gov and other health resources.
  • Demonstrated ability to perform complex searches for health information on the Internet and assess the relevance of the results.
  • Experience in a call center or public inquiry team preferred.
  • Knowledge of allergy, infectious, and immunologic diseases a plus.
  • Ability to use Web- and application-based software, such as Microsoft Dynamics CRM, to log and track emails, telephone calls, and letters.
  • Ability to use call center telephone systems, such as Clarity Connect.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Experience in providing quality customer service.
  • Experience working in collaborative team environments.
  • Ability to work independently and with a team to complete tasks.
  • Problem solving skills.
  • Strong attention to detail and organizational skills.
  • Bilingual in English/Spanish a plus.

Interested candidates should submit resume and cover letter stating salary requirements.

SCG is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Job Summary

Seeking a Program Assistant who will independently provide support services to satisfy the overall operational objectives of the Office of Research on Women’s Health. The primary objective is to provide services and deliverables through performance of support services.

Tasks/Services

The Program Assistant shall...

  • Development of detailed project plan(s)
  • May need to act as a liaison to stakeholders on certain projects
  • Work with the communications staff to ensure proper promotion and clearance for events
  • Schedule meetings and take note for project team(s)
  • Ensure successful execution of projects
  • Manage and oversee issue resolution, discrepancies arising from stakeholders to assure issues or problems do not escalate
  • Assures progress is made and identifies to leadership issues and potential risks including rising costs, missed or delayed deadlines
  • Tracks delivery and clearance of materials
  • Updating leadership on progress
  • Process travel by planning, preparing, and entering travel authorizations, vouchers, and local vouchers in the CGE travel system.
  • Preparing travel cost estimates for staff in regards to travel data calls budget projections.
  • Obtain ethics approvals.
  • Assisting staff in preparing and submitting memos for approval including late non-HHS conference, business card, BB approval requests, and other memos.

Deliverables

Upon request, the Program Assistant shall provide documentation evidence of any and/or all work product, including, but not limited to, the following tasks:

  • Assist or develop project plans that define the vision and background of any given project and that defines scope, including boundaries, deliverables and requirements
  • Provide reports of product acceptance criteria when requested
  • Be able to provide written justification for any given project by performing analysis
  • Upon request provide a written document that summarizes the project
  • Developing the project schedule that defines time required for implementing the project, along with activity durations and milestones.
  • Developing cost estimates that define how much funding will be required to perform the project and complete its goals and objectives.
  • Developing a communications management plan that explains how communications between ORWH and its stakeholders should be established and managed in regards to the project as needed
  • Ensures projects stay on task and reaches its goals and objectives
  • Tracks and manages deliverables as needed
  • Develops draft lessons learned reports as requested to document successful experience and practice of the project

Certifications, license, physical requirements or other expertise required.

  • Minimum of five (5) years of related experience.
  • Knowledge of NIH policies, procedures and policies.
  • Ability to manage competing priorities
  • Ability to engage and communicate with multiple stakeholders who may be more senior
  • Skilled in time management
  • Outcomes oriented
  • Experiences in critical path analysis
  • Experienced in identifying and managing risks
  • Experience with Microsoft Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and MS Project)
  • Strong communications skills, both oral and written.
  • Knowledge of correct grammar, spelling, punctuation, capitalization and style.
  • Excellent analytical, organizational and time management skills.

Interested candidate should submit resume and cover letter stating salary requirements.

Job Description

Consulting firm in Gaithersburg, MD seeks a Program Support Assistant. Position will be based at our client site in Bethesda, MD.

Background

The Executive Office within the NIH Office of the Director requires an additional member of their administrative team who can serve as a travel reviewer and perform general administrative duties.

Scope of work

As a program support assistant in the Executive Office, the individual maintains professionalism and composure at all times. He/she also is able to nimbly adjust priorities with limited or no notice, resolve conflicts presented to him/her with appropriate guidance from senior staff or the COR, and importantly serve as a “team player” in the office to help accommodate fluctuating workloads of administrative staff. The contractor will work with the COR and other appropriate NIH officials and staff to:

Task 1: Travel

The contractor’s primary function is to serve as a travel reviewer.

  • Reviews domestic and foreign travel requests from the OD to ensure that travel requests are consistent with approved travel.
  • Completes comparison documents to identify the best value transportation (e.g., taxi vs rental car)
  • Arranges transportation to and from the location.
  • Processes reimbursements.
  • Prepares travel conference packages and tracking them for completion.
  • Prepares other travel folders to support Executive Office travel.
  • Coordinates with Omega Travel as needed
  • Enters information into Concur (CGE)
  • Coordinates with Fogarty International Center, as needed, on official passports, Visas, or State Department clearance
  • Maintains travel files with traveler preferences
  • Maintains accurate records

Deliverables

  • Printed, emailed, or other communication of travel and registration logistics for leadership.
  • CGE travel entries
  • Approved travel conference packages

Task 2: Administrative Support

The assistant will be expected to provide administrative support. Work involves:

  • Receive and track paperwork through the Executive Office
  • Maintaining a task list (electronic and/or manual)
  • Perform a variety of administrative support duties, such as composing complex but nontechnical correspondence.
  • Receive visitors and telephone calls to the office, determine the nature of requests and direct callers to appropriate staff.
  • Take requests for appointments with Executive Office staff after checking on their availability, confirm all appointments, and reschedule appointments upon request of the supervisor or staff member.
  • Play a primary role or assisting in orienting new staff to their roles.
  • Serving as the backup for other assistants in the office.
  • Providing communications support as needed. Examples of tasks in this area may include ensuring Executive Office web content is current, assisting in updating the communication plan, drafting letters, assisting with social media efforts, etc.
  • Providing support to other staff as needed. Examples of tasks here include supporting teams, assisting staff in responding to calls for data, researching content for presentation slide decks, etc.
  • Keeping the calendar current, reconciling competing priorities, responding to meeting requests, and keeping leadership apprised of changes.
  • Arranging meeting space and obtaining, confirming attendees’ schedules, and organizing meeting materials before the meeting.
  • Setting up conference calls/Skype for Business meetings and ensuring the call details are provided to leadership and meeting attendees.
  • Using diplomacy and negotiation skills to make arrangements and ensure that meeting requests are responded to appropriately and in a timely manner.
  • Anticipating changes or needed items.
  • Coordinating the receipt and transfer of meeting materials.

Deliverables

  • Daily, weekly, monthly reports on tasks at hand and coming up as may be established/requested.
  • Ensure task blocks are added to the calendar based on deadlines and time needed.
  • Other deliverables, as defined by the specific task

Requirements

  • Experience with the Government Travel System, Concur or CGE - required
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Strong written and communications skills required
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Minimum of 3-5 years office administration experience; college degree with some administrative experience can bypass this requirement
  • Attention to detail, planning, and organization skills
  • Expertise in Microsoft Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint) and SharePoint

Interested candidates should submit resume and cover letter stating salary requirements.

SCG is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

The Scientific Consulting Group, Inc. is looking for a Science Research Analyst to be based on-site at our client facility located in Bethesda, MD.

Scope of work:

The contract analyst will perform a variety of analytical and program coordination tasks to promote and facilitate activities and effective planning that are in the purview of the NIH Office of Research on Women’s Health (ORWH). The contractor will work directly with the designated ORWH point of contact and other staff as directed to carry out scientific tasks and program responsibilities. Responsibilities will include but are not limited to tasks and responsibilities as outlined below:

  1. Assist with the planning and implementation of qualitative and quantitative scientific analyses of the ORWH research portfolio to identify research gaps and areas of opportunity. Prepare presentations, reports, tables, and graphs, as appropriate, to present information.
  2. Assist with the identification and evaluation of common metrics of impact for women’s health research across NIH (e.g., co-author networks, number of publications, citations in a specific topic area).
  3. Provide support for the CCRWH committees coordinated by ORWH including, preparation of presentations/talking points, agendas, meeting materials, and monitoring action items.
  4. Conduct literature reviews to examine the current state of women’s health research and prepare clear and concise reports summarizing and synthesizing the body of work.
  5. Participate in the planning and implementation of the internal ORWH Strategic Plan.
  6. Support the development of related collaborative efforts with NIH Institutes and Centers.
  7. Act as an IC Liaison to some of the Institutes and Centers
  8. Provide program assessment and or evaluation of a wide range of ORWH efforts that span ORWH programs and mission areas.
  9. Develop innovative strategies for promoting the use of women’s health research and methods-related tools developed by the ORWH or assist in their development. Activities include the development of training programs for NIH staff on the use of these tools, organizing and maintaining up-to-date distribution lists that can be used by ORWH to contact NIH and staff and women researchers to facilitate communication about these tools, etc.

Deliverables

Reports and other requested products are produced by or ahead of deadlines and are in line with the assigned objectives. They are of high quality with no content inaccuracies and minimal editorial errors.

Products and results include but are not limited to providing findings and options to the designated ORWH project coordinator with recommendations provided being research-based, concise and relevant to the task at hand.

Active participation in frequent discussions regarding a range of program activities to inform and constructively address the issue or issues that have been identified. As appropriate, this will include citing the positive and negative implications of possible decisions, choices or options.

Develop and support productive relationships with ORWH staff and other NIH staff to promote input on and coordination of trans-NIH prevention research activities.

Certifications, Licenses, Physical Requirements, or other Expertise Required

  • MPH or Ph.D. or equivalent degree with experience in public health, epidemiology, biostatistics and/or the design and analytic methods used in disease prevention research
  • At least 3 years of related experience required.
  • Experience in portfolio analysis, data management and knowledge of statistical programs strongly desired.
  • Ability to work independently on multiple time-sensitive projects simultaneously with strong organizational skills required.
  • Excellent teamwork skills.
  • Strong analytical and organizational skills required.
  • Strong written and oral communications skills required.
  • Experience in developing biomedical educational materials
  • Proficiency in the use of Excel to manage data.
  • Experience in conducting meetings via WebEx desirable.
  • Ability to obtain and maintain access to NIH systems (e.g., QVR) required.
  • Ability to obtain and maintain a Level 1 security clearance.

Interested candidate should submit resume and cover letter stating salary requirements and explaining how you would be an asset to our team.

Job Description

Consulting firm in Gaithersburg, MD seeks a Program Support Assistant (PSA). Position will be based at our client site in Rockville, MD.

Background

The NIH Office of AIDS Research (OAR) was created by Congress to oversee, coordinate and manage all NIH HIV-related research. OAR establishes scientific priorities in the global fight against HIV/AIDS and ensures that U.S. Government research dollars are invested in the areas of highest scientific priority. OAR receives the total Congressional NIH budget allocation for HIV/AIDS ($3 B in FY 2018) and distributes funds to the NIH institutes and centers (ICs) which conduct HIV research directly and fund research in the U.S. and internationally.

OAR annually solicits input from the scientific community, HIV/AIDS community members and advocates, and other stakeholders to establish scientific priorities and develop its strategic plan. OAR funds research to understand and prevent HIV transmission; to develop effective treatments and interventions for HIV; to discover a cure; and to work on an HIV vaccine. OAR also funds research to treat HIV coinfections and comorbidities, translate discoveries into public health, and advance the NIH HIV/AIDS research agenda. Underpinning across all the HIV research priorities are supporting basic research; addressing health disparities; understanding how social and behavioral factors affect implementation of scientific interventions; and providing training and capacity building in the field.

Scope of work:

This position performs all duties consistent with a Program Support Assistant for the Operations team. The individual, at all times, maintains professionalism, composure and confidentiality. He/she also is able to nimbly adjust priorities with limited or no notice, resolve conflicts presented to him/her with appropriate guidance from senior staff or the COR.

The contractor will work with the COR and other appropriate NIH officials and staff to perform the following:

Task 1: Administrative Support

The assistant will be expected to provide administrative support for scientific staff members. Tasks include but are not limited to:

  • Performing travel logistics planning and coordination.
  • Serving as a backup on relevant NIH enterprise systems, including Purchasing Online Tracking System (POTS) and CGE, the NIH travel system.
  • Supporting OAR committees, work groups and tasks forces.
  • Arranging meeting space, obtaining and confirming attendees’ schedules, and organizing meeting materials before the meeting.
  • Setting up conference calls/Skype for Business meetings and ensuring the call details are provided to meeting attendees.
  • Setting up audio visual equipment for use at meetings.
  • Suggesting strategies to improve the team’s performance, including implementing strategies to optimize webinars.
  • Making edits to and/or providing input on SOPs to reflect new or updated, and approved procedures.

Deliverables

  • Weekly reports on activities and ad hoc project updates as requested.
  • Respond to written and verbal communications on a daily basis.
  • POTS activities should occur within 24 hours of receipt of task.
  • OAR staff travel needs include, but are not limited to, reservations, transfers, changes, and cancellations as well as reimbursements`. Reservations include booking domestic and international air travel, hotels and rental cars.
  • As needed, take notes at meetings and list follow-up or other action items requiring the attention of the federal task manager.

Task 2: Document Development and Management

This task involves providing support for paper, electronic, and other files or materials in the OAR. Tasks include but are not limited to:

  • Drafting and editing internal correspondence and written materials to inform staff of information impacting operations.
  • Photocopying and assembling printed materials as needed.
  • Creating and maintaining office records and project files.
  • Entering documents into the Document Tracking System and/or Incoming Requests Tracking System as soon as items are received.
  • Generating meeting minutes, agendas, and other communication materials for proper format, grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
  • Serving as a support staff to various committees. Duties include preparing meeting agendas and minutes and tracking action items.

Deliverables

  • Weekly reports on projects and ad hoc project updates as requested.
  • Respond to written and verbal communications on a daily basis.
  • When creating or editing documents, correct for grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
  • Meeting materials provided to the federal task manager and meeting attendees in advance of the meeting. This includes but is not limited to maintaining the meeting folders, including the background materials.
  • Track, record, and direct incoming and outgoing office documents and requests. Tasks should be performed immediately upon receipt and are expected to occur numerous times daily.
  • Requested products are produced by or ahead of deadlines and are in line with the assigned objectives. They are of high quality with no content inaccuracies and minimal editorial errors.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • NIH travel experience preferred
  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Attention to detail, planning, and organization skills
  • Ability to handle multiple ongoing assignments at once
  • Expertise in Microsoft Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint, Skype for Business) and SharePoint

Deliverables:

In addition to the items mentioned above, the contractor shall:

  • Sign a nondisclosure agreement upon employment
  • Attend meetings as required by the COR
  • Submit other reports as required by the COR

Interested candidates should submit resume and cover letter stating salary requirements.

SCG is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

For all positions, candidates should send resumes to recruitment@scgcorp.com.

SCG is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Locations

SCG Gaithersburg

656 Quince Orchard Road
Suite 210
Gaithersburg, MD 20878

SCG Frederick

7315A Grove Road
Frederick, MD 21704