This unique partnership with the university allows Agio to pull from a pool of interns and graduates from one of the top MIS programs in the country – not to mention catch some good football – BOOMER SOONER!
A massive amount of activity happens inside our Norman offices every day. Our Client Services team supports our worldwide clients 24x7x365. Windows, Cross-Platform, and DBA teams keep our clients’ systems and infrastructure running smoothly. The Quality Assurance and Application Support teams ensure that our clients’ standards and expectations are understood and exceeded at every turn. And our Talent & Facilities teams keep the whole thing running smoothly by keeping our financials in check and managing human resources.
The University of Oklahoma and its 30,000 students bring a young, vibrant culture to Norman. The small-town feel of boutique stores, inviting restaurants and the athletics of OU means there is always something to do. If you feel like you just need to “go to the city”, the growing metropolis of Oklahoma’s capital, Oklahoma City, lies just 30 minutes to the north with its world-class, official Olympic rowing facilities on the Oklahoma River, Oklahoma City Thunder NBA team, and its famous Bricktown entertainment district complete with a San Antonio-style canal. It can make you wonder how anyone could ever think Oklahoma was nothing but rolling plains and the sweet smell of wavin’ wheat!
Benefits at a Glance
Agio offers excellent Medical / Dental / Vision with company contribution.
Agio will provide life insurance worth one year’s salary.
We offer four weeks accrual-based PTO, nine holidays and one floating holiday.
Agio does offer a 401K package.
Agio is an Apple practice. We all work on Mac machines, whether it be a Mac Mini, Notebook, Air or other computer. Additionally, each individual at Agio receives an iPhone within the first month of employment and Agio pays for the service package.
If you refer someone to Agio and we end up hiring them, you receive a $2,000 referral fee as our way of saying ‘thanks.’