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Avyance is built on the core values of teamwork, creativity, and respect. We have a passion for making a difference. We work hard and smart to deliver the right support to our clients, and have fun along the way. We’ll tap into your inner drive and support your personal and professional growth.

We’re looking for new, bright talent to lead and support exciting client engagements and bring innovative ideas to our clients

Company Benefits

Avyance is committed to creating a healthy, positive, and stable work environment for its employees. We are proud of an extensive benefits package which includes:


Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees Individual Retirement Account, commonly known as SIMPLE IRA, is a type of tax-deferred employer-provided retirement plan. All full-time Avyance employees are eligible on their first day of employment. Avyance currently contributes 2% of eligible compensation, and employees can contribute up to federally-established limits.

Health Care

Full-time employees are eligible for health care, dental, and vision benefits on the first day of employment. We currently offer three levels of medical coverage. Medical, dental, and vision plans are provided by CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield.

Flexible Paid Time Off (PTO)

Employees are eligible for taking flexible paid time off 90 days after the start date. Flexible PTO must be coordinated with and pre-approved by your supervisors to avoid detriment to client work or Avyance commitments.

Paid Holidays

Company-paid and observed holidays include:

  • New Year’s Day
  • Martin Luther King Day
  • President’s Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day
  • Veteran’s Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Day
Sick Leave

Up to five days of paid sick leave per year

Performance Awards and Bonuses 

Spot awards and bonuses for exceptional performance, client excellence, and impactful delivery.

Ready to join our team? Let’s get to work.

Open Position: Strategic Communications Consultant

Role Description

Design, develop, and deliver strategic communications to federal agencies and commercial clients. Support the client and project team in the development and implementation of innovative strategic communications in strategic communications planning, program development, digital communications, materials development, media relations, campaign evaluation, and stakeholder outreach. Lead implementation of communications plans and tactics. Develop clear and concise communications products and materials for internal or external audiences. Conduct research to develop new content and update existing materials. Define metrics to track communications effectiveness. Support the clients by applying creative problem-solving and an entrepreneurial approach. Ensure the creative development process is executed on time and on budget to high quality standards.

Basic Qualifications
  • 3+ years of work experience with strategic communications, marketing, public relations, social media, outreach, and stakeholder engagement
  • Demonstrated ability to execute complex communications tasks
  • Ability to interface effectively with all levels of the company and client
  • Ability to effectively communicate using social media and email
  • Ability to display creative thinking, and provide innovative solutions to client challenges
  • Ability to adapt to dynamic environments
  • Ability to work independently and in teams
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Self-driven curiosity and interest in learning and developing
  • Expert knowledge of MS Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • US citizenship
  • Eligibility for public trust clearance
Additional Qualifications
  • Experience with working with state and local or federal government entities and/or commercial clients
  • Experience working with diverse audiences, including multi-generational internal/employee audiences and external/public audiences
  • BS/BA with a major or minor in Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, Public Affairs, Journalism, Electronic Media
  • Familiarity with Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, HTML
Contact Us

If you are comfortable with the role, please send your resume, current salary, and desired salary to

Position: Technical Writer 

Role Description

Create, modify, update, copy-edit, and maintain a variety of types of documentation. Work in coordination with graphics designer to create and/or update technical materials, publications, and manuals. Work on technical documents such as bulletins, manuals, forms, Standard Operating Procedures, and other appropriate work products and deliverables. Work on management and planning documents such as the Project Management Plan, Contingency Management Plan, Risk Management Plan, etc.

Review and edit documents to ensure they comply with federal and state/local requirements. Create or enhance existing document templates to refine document quality controls for consistency and accuracy. Prepare accurate, detailed notes of status meetings and complex technical meetings that capture major points and action items. Perform reviews of both formal and informal documentation for content, template compliance, plain language, and style.

Basic Qualifications
  • 3+ years of technical writing and editing experience
  • Expert knowledge of MS Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
  • Familiarity with Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, HTML docs
  • Knowledge of creating end user documentation, including structuring, chunking, and sequencing information for maximum effectiveness, and applicability in communicating with the audience
  • Ability to prepare documents compliant with the Federal Plain Language Guidelines
  • Familiarity with federal government Section 508 Accessibility rules with respect to document compliance
  • Proven skill in analyzing existing documentation and identifying enhancements needed to effectively communicate the content
  • Knowledge of how to use formatting and layout to enhance accessibility
  • Expert knowledge of grammar, usage, and style, including the GPO Style Guidelines
  • Experience establishing a program-wide style guide
  • Excellent planning and organizational skills to meet established priorities and deadlines
  • Superior oral and written communication skills
  • Availability to work in the Washington DC area, as well as remotely and on client site
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • US citizenship required
  • Eligibility for public trust clearance
Additional Qualifications
  • Experience with federal government sector
  • Experience working side-by-side with clients
Contact Us

If you are comfortable with the role, please send your resume, current salary, and desired salary to