Why join Gavant
Simple questions demand simple answers… You love the challenge and reward that building large end-to-end software systems can provide.
As for atmosphere, a visit to our office says it all. It’s a relaxed environment with casual dress code and flexible hours. While we do encourage core hours during the day whereby team members are available to work together, as long as you’re getting your tasks done, your schedule is your business.
The City of Troy lines the banks of the Hudson River and has been recognized as one of the Capital Region’s fastest growing areas for business and commerce. More specifically, the Downtown District of Troy provides fabulous amenities including nineteenth century architecture, friendly merchants offering many unique products and services, excellent restaurants and a host of gift and specialty shops within a compact walkable setting. There are numerous places to eat and drink thanks to a recent revitalization effort underway. Troy attributes its recent growth to a robust mix of consumers, a diverse college and university population, and an educated workforce. Gavant’s office is located downtown in the heart of this renewed energy and growth. Our offices are located in the beautiful and historic Rice Building.
With over $13 billion invested and growing New York’s Tech Valley is quickly becoming one of the Northeast’s premier residences. Tech Valley is a region of eastern New York State that spans from just south of Montreal to just north of New York City. You’ll find a richness and diversity in the people and places of Tech Valley. People from across the country and around the world are relocating to Tech Valley to take advantage of growing career possibilities, educational opportunities and incredible quality of life.
Gavant is proud to be part of the 1,000 technology companies, 50,000 employees, $2 billion annual payroll and $5 billion in annual economic impact here in Tech Valley.
Troy is very centrally located in New York. We are just ten minutes North of Albany, three hours from New York City, three hours from Boston, and three-and-a-half hours from Montreal.