As a company obsessed with delivering results, we know it all starts with good people, people who make Primary Intelligence better today than we were yesterday. Is that you?

In return, we provide a culture of innovation, leading by example, respect, and (often silly) fun. Come join us.

We Give You Flexibility

We’re a boot-strapped small company committed to operating lean, which means the fitness center, gourmet cafeteria, and complimentary massages are not in our wheelhouse. Instead we reward performance with a flexible environment and benefits. Among others, we’re proud to offer these three benefits to all employees.

Virtual Work Environment

Around 85 percent of our people work from a virtual home office and enjoy flexible work schedules, no commute, and a comfortable work environment. Best of all: our robust virtual collaboration tools keep everyone connected.

Open PTO

The “life” side of a work/life balance can be tricky enough to manage without counting vacation and sick days, so we did away with PTO (personal time off) quotas. At Primary Intelligence, take the time you need to operate at peak performance.

Matching 401k

Primary Intelligence matches 100% of your contributions up to 8% of your total compensation.

Your Future Colleagues

From our first day on a basement folding table to today, the strength behind it all is our people. At Primary Intelligence, you’ll work with a diverse group committed to your success and delivering incredible outcomes for our clients.

Mackenzie Wilson

“Since joining Primary Intelligence, I have been able to not only create strong sales and customer experience opportunities for our clients, but I have also been provided many opportunities to learn, grow, and develop business intelligence I would never have gained without PI.”

Mackenzie WilsonGlobal Sales Consultant, joined in 2014
Ron Sathoff

“I enjoy working at Primary Intelligence because it still has that small-company atmosphere where you know everyone you work with, and where all your skills are seen as valuable, not just one small portion of them that are defined by your title. The flexibility of Primary Intelligence also means that there are many opportunities to broaden your skills and advance in the company. It’s very exciting.”

Ron SathoffDirector of Training, joined in 2002
Mark Larson

“Primary Intelligence has been a great company to work for all these years because of its innovative and collaborative environment. It‘s a great feeling to know you can make an impact on a daily basis. You don’t feel like a cog in the corporate machine. You‘re an important component in the company’s success.”

Mark LarsonArt Director, joined in 2001
Jessie Edwards

“There are so many things that I truly love about working for Primary Intelligence. I’m constantly telling people how blessed I am to work for a company that provides its employees with the needed flexibility to have a positive work/life balance. Everything from the ability to work remotely, flexible scheduling, open paid time off, and general understanding that there is a world outside of work have impacted my life in a positive way.”

Jessie EdwardsMarketing Manager, joined in 2012

We have the best people in the business.

The Candid Side of Primary Intelligence

We work hard and still manage to have some fun in between. Apparently we also like barbecues. Lots of barbecues.

  • Perks of the Job

    Mike Brose, Vice President of Sales, prepares barbecue ribs during a sales team meeting.

  • This IS My Good Side!

    Leighton Allred, Program Analyst, practices his…uh…smile for company pictures.

  • We Take Analysis Seriously

    Ralph Nielsen, Program Consultant, has a laugh during a cola tasting contest. He agrees wholeheartedly that Coke is better than Pepsi.

  • Perfect Timing

    Rob Allen, Vice President of Technology, gets the cooking just right at the IT department barbecue.

  • It’s Your Turn

    Mitch Jackson, TruVoice QA Engineer, and Tami Urry, TruVoice Software Engineer, face off for a game of cornhole during the IT barbecue.

  • And the winner is...

    The sales team participates in a sales training game.

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  • You have something on your face riiiight here...

    Mackenzie Wilson and Jessie Edwards enjoy a company picnic commemorating PI’s 15th anniversary.

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  • Happy birthday to us...

    We can now sing that song. The copyright has been lifted.

    Anniversary cake
  • This is your brain on drugs

    We don’t know if it’s sadder that Mark Larson, Art Director, and Rob Allen, VP of Development, were NOT drunk when this photo was taken at the 2015 company holiday party.

    Holiday Party 2015