What does it take to protect and defend against global threats? It takes developing new technology that’s more powerful than anything that came before. As a forward-thinking global leader, we’re positioned for continued growth and long-term success in the development of trusted, innovative solutions that make the world a safer place.
To make that happen we’re looking for the best and brightest to join our team.
Are you ready to do extraordinary work? We have an incredible array of engineering and technology opportunities, all of which allow you to work on remarkable and innovative systems for a safer world.
Careers exist for engineers at varying levels of experience, with opportunities to specialize in one of these key areas:
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* Multiple work location possibilities. Refer to the bottom of the job description page for the complete listing.
Senior Software Engineer10/30/2020 Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Manager II Manufacturing10/30/2020 Forest, Mississippi, United States
Network Administrator10/30/2020 Dulles, Virginia, United States
Sr Principal Software Eng10/30/2020 Annapolis, Maryland, United States*
DevOps Pipeline Engineer10/30/2020 Aurora, Colorado, United States
Software Engineer II10/30/2020 Dallas, Texas, United States
Systems Engineer10/30/2020 Dulles, Virginia, United States
Senior Systems Integration Technologist II10/30/2020 Schriever AFB, Colorado, United States
Sr. Systems Engineer II10/30/2020 El Segundo, California, United States
Team Leader I Manufacturing10/30/2020 Dallas, Texas, United States
Manager II-Program Management10/30/2020 Anaheim Hills, California, United States*
Senior Systems Engineer10/30/2020 Richardson, Texas, United States
Senior Thermal Engineer II10/30/2020 El Segundo, California, United States
Principal Systems Engineer - Chief Engineer10/30/2020 Marlborough, Massachusetts, United States
Java Software Engineer II - Junior10/30/2020 Boston, Massachusetts, United States
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