Our workplace has been recognized as one of the best - nationally by organizations such as Forbes and Fortune, and locally by the Chamber of Commerce. This year, Torch was once again recognized as a "Best Place to Work."
At Torch, our commitment to our core attributes extends past business to our local communities. We give back through our employee-run 501c(3) Torch Helps, our service organization Torch In Action, and a Corporate Charitable Giving program.
Thank you for your interest in Torch Technologies. We are a 100% employee owned company headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama with employees located in Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, New Mexico, Texas, Kwajalein, and Egypt. We provide superior research, development, and engineering services to the Federal Government and Department of Defense. As one of the nation’s top 100 defense companies, the services we provide directly support the men and women who serve our country. Our corporate mission statement sums up the pride our employee owners take in the work we do: “Lighting the Pathway of Freedom.”
Torch is not just another services company. We combine superior technical services with in-house labs, tools, and expertise needed to solve the toughest engineering challenges. By connecting our employee owners in the field with these resources, Torch is able to deliver support that goes above and beyond our competitors.
Professionals come to Torch because they know they can affect their jobs, work environment, and the direction of the company as a whole. Torch’s unique mix of benefits, ownership, open communication, and work environment fosters a high level of career satisfaction among employees, resulting in an industry leading retention rate.
One of the nation’s top 100 Federal technology contractors, Torch holds over $1.5B in active contract ceiling through which we deliver research and development services. Some of our more prominent research and development services omnibus contracts are open to multiple Government agencies for purchase.
With our company’s growth, Torch’s community involvement has also grown, and we now actively engage our community in three ways: Torch Helps, Torch In Action, and Torch’s corporate charitable giving. Torch has collectively contributed countless service hours and over two million dollars to our local communities.
Interested in becoming an employee owner at Torch? Learn more about our culture of employee ownership, our nationally recognized benefits plan, and our commitment to community service. You can also manage your online application. If you had an application username and password prior to January 31, 2018, you will need to create a new profile as we have recently implemented new systems.
Torch Technologies is proud to announce it has been recognized as the ESOP Company of the Year by the New South Chapter of The ESOP Association. The New South Chapter is one of 18 chapters of The ESOP Association that provides educational services and resources to member companies in Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida.
Torch Technologies is proud to announce it has been chosen by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), North Alabama Section (NAS), as the Outstanding Mechanical Engineering Firm for 2018. In selecting the firm of the year, the NAS considers engineering accomplishment, milestones, research, and contracts that impact the Huntsville/Tennessee Valley. Torch President John Watson stated,
Torch Technologies is pleased to announce that the Business Council of Alabama has presented the Still Ambassadorial Award to BCA board of directors’ member and Torch Technologies’ President John Watson. The award was presented by Birmingham attorney and BCA board member Stephen W. Still, BCA Chairman Perry Hand, chairman of Volkert Inc. in Mobile, and