We believe in the people who power technology.
Because a career in technology is more than a job—it’s a chance to help people realize their future.
Excella is a community of experts—collaborators, teachers, creatives and thinkers. Our different talents, backgrounds and perspectives make us better at what we do every day—solving unsolvable problems and making technology work for everyone.
Build a future with us today, and learn how you can make an impact with us in – and out – of the office!
Community of Thought Leaders
We love to learn and share what we know at meetups and conferences—or even on Slack! We’re bloggers, published authors, speakers and active participants in many DC-area business and tech groups. You’ll have space to learn, grow in your field and bring what you know back to our clients.
We’re building big-thinking, inclusive teams of technologists. You’ll have the support to do the work you love—and the tools and mentorship to do it well. We share the cost of a new Mac or PC, offer free Agile training, paid professional development, sponsored employee groups and tuition assistance for degrees and certifications.
Real Life Benefits
We love our work, but we all have lives outside of it. We value flexibility and happiness—that’s why everyone receives 17 days of paid vacation and generous sick leave from day one. You’ll also get a comprehensive health and 401(k) package, parental leave and commuter compensation. Read more about the benefits of working at Excella.
Our team is spread across the DMV, so we make it a priority to come together. From our annual family summer event and winter gala to DC sports events, book clubs, a wellness program and more, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to get to know your team better.
Join our community of experts!
Excella is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.