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    The aerospace engineering contractors counts NASA, the NOAA, and the Department of Energy among its clients. Employees get 100% of healthcare premiums paid by the company, which covers 80% for dependents. Average total comp for an aerospace systems engineer is more than $150K. Read the Great Place to Work review.

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    Company Info

    Rank last year17
    Industry
    Aerospace
    Year founded1,995
    HQ location
    Palo Alto, California
    Type of organization
    Private
    Revenue (2014 or most recent year)
    $40.8 million
    Web addresshttp://www.stellarsolutions.com
    Total U.S. employees163
    Total employees outside the U.S.-
    % of Women20%
    Non-discrimination policy
    -
    Full-time jobs added in the last year6
    Full-time job growth %4%
    Number of work sites3

    Perks

    100% of health coverage
    yes
    Offers telecommuting
    yes
    Offers job sharing
    no
    Offers compressed work weeks
    yes
    Offers fully-paid sabbaticals
    no
    Onsite fitness center
    no
    Discounted gym memberships
    no
    Onsite medical care facility
    no
    Offers college tuition reimbursement
    yes
    Annual tuition reimbursement cap
    $5,250
    Offers paid time off for volunteering
    no
    Max # of hours for volunteering PTO-
    Avg. hours of training FT hourly employees receive per year40
    Avg. hours of training FT salaried employees receive per year40

    Paid Time Off

    Holidays
    10
    Vacation
    15
    Sick days-
    Set or unlimited number of sick days?
    Unlimited
    General PTO-
    Total PTO after five years
    30

    Hiring/Staffing

    # of job applicants
    385
    Avg. # of applicants per opening20
    # of jobs filled19
    Jobs filled internally-
    % of jobs filled by referral90%
    # new graduates hired3