Our actions everyday are guided by our core values to provide personal and
professional growth, and value to our members:
- We provide superior value for our customers and stakeholders.
- We recognize and treat our people as our most important resource.
- Our actions demonstrate integrity, respect, responsiveness and teamwork.
- We encourage and reward creativity and innovation to achieve our shared vision.
- We are committed to excellence in all that we do.
Equal Opportunity Employer
We provide equal opportunity for all individuals wishing to work for us
regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual preference, family status,
national origin, age or physical or mental handicap. We believe that our growth
as an organization depends on the development and utilization of our nation’s
full range of human resources.
Because we value our employees and their families, the PTC is committed to providing
quality, competitive benefits to all staff at all levels of our organization.
Beginning the first of the month following initiation of employment, employees
and their dependents are eligible for medical, dental, and vision benefits and
employees eligible life and accidental death and dismemberment; and long-term
401(k) Savings Plan
Following three full months of service, employees are eligible to participate in
the Council 401(k) plan. Our 401(k) plan offers a generous company match of up
to six percent.
Flexible Work Schedules
During the summer months when the sun shines past 6 p.m., employees have the
option to rearrange their work hours to make the most of the daylight and the
Paid Time Off
Employees are eligible for at least 10 and up to 25 days of paid vacation time
based upon length of service.
Performance Planning and Incentive Compensation
In addition to base salary, employees may be eligible for an annual incentive
compensation bonus, based on both individual and organizational performance. The
payment of incentive compensation will be evaluated each year.
Professional Development and Training
Employees are encouraged to pursue professional development and / or training
through conferences, seminars and various educational events in order to enhance
their skills and abilities and make them even greater assets to the
organization. Employees are able to attend Council-hosted events at no charge.
Full-time staff members can be reimbursed for completing job-related college
course work (undergraduate and / or graduate level) subject to various
We offer an innovative and progressive work environment along with a host of
additional opportunities including:
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
We realize and respect the need for personal time and a personal life. Our
employee benefits program entitles staff access to the services of the Work-Life
Balance program, offering information on topics and issues including parenting
and childcare, health, education, legal issues, emotional well-being, addiction
Preferred Location and Parking
Pittsburgh Technology Council offices are a part of the Pittsburgh Technology
Center on the site of the former J&L Steel Works. Just minutes away from
downtown Pittsburgh, the South Side and Oakland, our building is among the
collection of cutting edge companies who call the Technology Center home. Our
offices are modern and clean with great views of the Mon River and the downtown
skyline – and more importantly we offer free parking!
Our environment is dynamic with the goal of making all employees as comfortable
as possible in the workplace, while maintaining a high professional standard.
Employees without external meetings are encouraged to come to work in jeans so
they remain relaxed throughout the day.
The Council’s Wellness Committee is a team-driven initiative that works in
conjunction with our health benefits provider to give staff access to health
screenings and a variety of other programs that promote healthy living and
wellness for our employees.
Going the Extra Mile
Council employees are rewarded for hard work and extra effort. Every supervisor
is empowered to present “On the Spot Awards” as tokens of appreciation and
recognition when an employee demonstrates the qualities and characteristics that
make our team shine. An “On the Spot Award” can mean a free car wash, an ice
cream cone or a pass to leave early or come in late to work.
Connecting with the Community
Throughout the year, Council staff participates in various community-oriented
events with the United Way and the American Cancer Society. The Council also
sponsors on-site blood drives for Pittsburgh’s Central Blood Bank.
If I am interested in working at the Pittsburgh Technology Council, what is the
best way to submit a resume?
You may submit a resume from any job posting on the Council's Career Center. Your
resume will be forwarded to our Human Resources department.
I am sending my resume by mail. Where do I send it?
You may send your hard-copy resume to:
Pittsburgh Technology Council
2000 Technology Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Attn: Human Resources
How do I know whether or not a job posted on the Web site is still open?
The Pittsburgh Technology Council Web site is updated frequently, and all posted
jobs are open unless the job has been filled within the past 48 hours.
If there are no jobs currently posted, may I submit my resume to the Pittsburgh
Technology Council anyway?
We encourage you to submit your resume to the posted positions. If we have no
posted job openings, you should visit the Pittsburgh Technology Council’s online
Career Center, where you can search the job opportunities of our member
I submitted my resume. What happens now?
If your resume is a good fit, our Human Resources department will contact you to
further explore your background and qualifications.
Where is the Pittsburgh Technology Council located?
We are located in the Pittsburgh Technology Center. For driving directions, visit
our Directions page.