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Working at Windsor
Windsor Solutions, Inc. is one of the nation's leading consultancies specializing in developing Environmental Information Systems. Windsor is an energetic company providing progressive organizations with talented, professional, information technology teams to help solve business problems and gain efficiencies through use of proven information technology. Windsor has built a national reputation with its clients for quality and customer service.
Our dynamic team likes to work hard and play hard. We support each other in becoming the best experts we can be in whatever area we're individually interested in (Internet strategies, n-Tier Solutions, MS .NET framework, Java etc.). We also encourage each other to provide exceptional service to our clients, which fosters a sense of pride in the company's level of professionalism.
“I really enjoy working here. Not only does everybody care about what they do, they excel at what they do. I came to Windsor expecting to work with the best, and I haven't been disappointed.”
Working at Windsor Solutions includes more than just exciting challenges and a competitive
salary. We offer a generous range of supplemental benefits to ensure you're on the right path
to a healthy, successful lifestyle, now and in the future.
Windsor employees are eligible to receive health care benefits, fully paid by the company, commencing on the first day of the month following the date of hire. Benefits include medical, vision and dental coverage.
Windsor offers a Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees (SIMPLE) Individual Retirement Account (IRA).
Because we believe in sharing the ownership and success of Windsor Solutions with our employees, we operate a discretionary
Windsor employees start with a package of 22 days' paid vacation the first year. For each subsequent year of employment, employees accrue one additional vacation day a year, up to a maximum of 27 days annually (23 days for the second year, 24 days for the third year, etc.).