Careers

Bright Future With Us

ATL’s corporate culture attracts individuals with high ethical standards who are hardworking, self-directed, detail-oriented, and professional.

ATL directs its resources in six competencies:

  • Medical Physicians, Providers, Professionals, Logistics & Healthcare IT
  • Training Support
  • Facility Maintenance, Base Operations Logistics & Custodial
  • Information Technology, Cybersecurity & Cloud Computing
  • Administrative & Human Resource Management Support
  • Acquisition Support

An Equal Opportunity Employer
It is ATL’s policy to provide equal employment opportunity for all qualified members and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, and disability.

  • Compensation: A full-time work week is 40 hours. Non-exempt employees may earn overtime in accordance with the contractual requirements. ATL recognizes and rewards outstanding service through our incentive program.
  • Leave: Employees are eligible for PTO benefits. ATL observes Federal holidays.
  • Workplace Flexibility: ATL offers flexible work arrangements to employees when permitted. Flexible scheduling and telecommuting are components of ATL’s Workplace Flexibility Plan.
  • Health: ATL offers a competitive benefits package for Medical, Dental, Short-Term & Long-Term Disability and Vision coverage.
  • Retirement Plan: All full time employees may participate in our Company’s 401(k) retirement plan.
  • Additional Benefits: ATL provides Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment coverage as a Company benefit to all full time employees; and licensure/certification assistance as permitted.

The ATL Career Development Plan (DCDP) is a tool for career development and progression. ATL managers support employee development through goal-setting, training, mentoring, and evaluation.

  • Goal Setting: During the indoctrination process, ATL employees work closely with their managers to set professional baselines, short-term, and long-term goals. Managers provide goals and objectives as well as clarification on tasks.
  • Mentoring/Training: In addition to On-The-Job (OTJ) training, managers and employees may utilize internal training captured through IT tools and facilitate professional development and guidance amongst workforce.
  • Evaluation: Managers and employees meet on an annual basis to review goals, progress, and accomplishments.