BayFirst to Reward External Referrals for Cyber, Counterintelligence Positions

Consulting firm BayFirst Solutions has moved to bolster its recruitment efforts through a program that will offer bonus payments of up to $3,000 for external referrals to fill positions in its cybersecurity and counterintelligence organizations.

The Washington-based national security and defense contractor said Friday eligible non-BayFirst employees who refer candidates subsequently hired for the cyber technology and counterintelligence vacancies by June 30, 2019, may receive the one-time bonus.

BayFirst CEO Kevin Gooch noted the company is working to update its hiring in the fields of cyber, counterintelligence and threat assessment amid a new phase in its strategic growth efforts.

The external referral program will accept referrals through Dec. 31.

Other details of the program can be found here.

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