Dimensional Concepts is a dynamic and growing professional services organization. We believe in delivering high-quality service at competitive costs so our clients know they’re getting more than they paid for and more than our competitors can offer.

dcPicCareerWe are seeking service-oriented professional that are motivated and self-confident, and desire to work in an environment where their abilities are utilized and contributions appreciated.

If this describes the career opportunity you are seeking and are interested in working with others that share this philosophy, we look forward to hearing from you. We offer compensation that commensurate with experience and our benefits package includes a generous training program.  Dimensional Concepts encourages diversity within the organization and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Submit cover letters and resumes to: careers@dimensional-concepts.com


Dimensional Concepts believes in the importance of providing our employees with a generous benefits package. In addition to competitive pay, we include the following:

  • Health/Rx Insurance
  • Dental/Vision Coverage
  • Life Insurance
  • Short Term Disability
  • Long Term Disability
  • 401(K)
  • Paid Time Off

Our Culture

While Dimensional Concepts is dedicated to client satisfaction and we all work hard to maintain our client base; we do value our employees’ need for balance.   We encourage our employees to actively contribute to those in need in the community.  Dimensional Concepts believes in serving the community.  We have chosen to dedicate our support to the following organizations:

Cornerstones, formerly Reston Interfaith (Embry Rucker Community Shelter, Children Learning Center, Food Pantry and Transitional Housing) serves Reston, Herndon, and Fairfax County efforts to promote self-sufficiency to those in need of affordable housing, childcare, food and shelter.

        For more information on Cornerstones go to: www.cornerstonesva.org

Loaves and Fishes at St. Stephen Episcopal in Washington DC provides meals on weekends to the homeless and the working poor.

        For more information on Loaves and Fishes go to: www.loavesandfishesdc.org

Works Sunday: Support homeless children; home repairs for the mentally challenged; collecting food for the local pantry; and caring for seniors at the nursing homes and fellowship houses.

        For more information on Works Sunday go to: www.workssunday.org

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