Q1: How long of a period does Third Order Effects provide experts?
A1: We focus on sending individuals and teams for short-term missions, based on the scope of work.
Q2: Where does Third Order Effects operate?
A2: We are prepared to send people anywhere they are needed, which could include on-site or off-site assignments.
Q3: How does Third Order Effects choose its clients?
A3: We will hold several consultations before determining whether there is a good fit. Our leadership holds Top Secret clearances, which may be helpful for discussing your requirements.
Q4: Does Third Order Effects qualify for any set-aside contracts?
A4: Yes, we do. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Center for Verification and Evaluation verified on March 14, 2019, that Third Order Effects, LLC, is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). The company was added to the Vendor Information Pages (VIP).
Q5: Where is your capabilities statement?
A5: Here you go.
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Working for Third Order Effects
Q1: How much does Third Order Effects pay?
A1: We pay commensurate with your experience in the areas needed and considering the locations in which you work, all based on the scope of work.
Q2: What are the minimum qualifications to be considered as a contract employee?
A2: While we do not set minimum qualifications, we value work experience over degrees. For example, ten years of working in a public health department may be more valuable than a Master of Public Health degree alone. We will contact references and verify your background. Be honest.
Q3: Would I be an independent contractor or employee?
A3: Third Orders Effects engages independent contractors. As an independent contractor, you would receive higher compensation in exchange for not receiving benefits. You would be responsible for paying all applicable taxes.
Q4: How often could I be working?
A4: We do not guarantee work. After joining the network, Third Order Effects will contact you if opportunities match your qualifications and experience. If you're willing and able to work, then we'll go forward. If not, then we'll keep you in the network and get back to you when another opportunity arises. We try to keep it simple.