IT Applicants

You have the skills. We have the jobs.

Whether you’re a skilled programmer, business analyst, project manager, or other IT professional, Peak Performers is your go-to resource for contract and temporary IT jobs in Austin, Texas.

For the past 22 years, we’ve been the preferred employment agency for people looking to add public sector contract experience to their resume. We specialize in placing people with chronic health conditions into IT jobs, including both long and short-term contract positions.

Additionally, our IT contract jobs are a great way to gain experience and insight into public sector proprietary systems and the latest and greatest state agency projects. All of our positions are W-2, we pay weekly, and you can be hired by the agency at any time--leaving you the room to grow both personally and professionally.

Unsure where to begin? Explore our IT positions and then submit a resume--and one of our Recruiters will guide you through the placement process.

If you’re an experienced IT professional with strong skills and a solid work ethic, we’d love for you to join our team.

What you can expect:
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    Fair Dealing

    We hire people based on their skills and availability, with preference given to people who have a disability or chronic medical condition, and who possess the skills necessary to perform the work.

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    Fair Wages

    Our prices are set by contract. Your wage will be discussed with you at the start of your assignment and will remain the same throughout the term of your assignment.

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    Medical Benefits

    We offer competitive Medical Insurance to all our employees.

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    Safe Working Conditions

    All of our jobs are located in government facilities, which comply with ADA guidelines.

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    Direct Deposit

    We offer direct deposit and Visa debit pay cards, for your convenience.

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    Disability Defined

    Many individuals don't think of themselves as disabled, yet they meet the criteria set for by the ADA and ADAAA.