Are you always striving to be the best at what you do?

We’re listening.

 

At BSTI, we only hire the best and the brightest and maintain a very high standard of performance. We also operate with a “people first” business model. On any given day, you will be surrounded by youth sports coaches, avid outdoor enthusiasts, surfers, cyclists, gardeners, athletes and even a blacksmith. We also allow pets to come to our offices. We encourage a family-centric workplace and enjoy a terrific group of spouses and youngsters as part of our extended family.

We’re looking only for colleagues who “get it.”

 

Benefits

BSTI values each employee and their contribution to the company and overall culture. We offer a competitive benefits package for all employees including:

  • Health Insurance
  • Prescription Drug Plan
  • 401K Program with Company Match
  • Paid Vacation and Paid Holidays
  • Assistance in Professional Development

 

Still Interested?

Openings

 

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