Finding a Career In The Navy
Scientists, Engineers, Business Professionals & Technicians
Weapons Division is now accepting bachelor, master or PhD applicants for immediate appointment in the following disciplines: aerospace engineer, chemical engineer, civil engineer, computer engineer, electrical/electronic engineer, industrial engineer, materials engineer, mechanical engineer, chemist, computer scientist, mathematician, physicist, operations research analyst. Candidates who have a 3.45 cumulative GPA, or higher on a 4.0 scale, may also be considered under additional hiring authorities.
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- Entry-level Engineer and Scientist Development Program (ESDP)
- Entry-level Business, Finance and Logistics
- Experienced Professionals and Others
Examples of Job Opportunities
Embedded Software Development – Weapons Engineering and Integration
If you have a degree in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, aeronautical engineering or computer science, OR you are well-qualified in any of those areas, consider working with us in our dynamic team environment.
Engineers, Physicists, Mathematicians – Airborne Electronic Jamming
Our Electronic Warfare team is rated as one of the best in the world, and we are looking for engineers, physicists, mathematicians, and computer scientists to continue the tradition.
Bring your bachelor's degree in electrical engineering or computer science (a master's is even better) and get involved with our hardware-in-the-loop modeling and simulation team.
Physicist – Detonation Sciences
If you want to develop proposals that advance the understanding of explosives, propellants, pyrotechnics, and other materials associated with weapons development and design for military application for the U.S. Navy, come talk to us.
Project Lead/Manager – Avionics
Would you like to lead projects consisting of over 50 people, with budgets of $30 million+? With 3-5 years' experience in avionics and weapon systems integration project management, resolving customer issues, and focusing on customer support, you could be the person we are looking for.
Radar or Microwave Design Engineer – Signals Warfare Branch
Do these areas interest you: microwaves, radio frequencies, radar, ESM, signals exploitation, antennas, radomes, signature modeling? If so, we have work that would challenge you.
Software Engineers – Systems Engineers – Avionics
If you have 1553 and/or 1760 series' avionic experience, software coding experience, or system software architecture skills, consider working with us. Your degree could be in mechanical, aerospace, or electrical engineering.
Systems Engineer – Radar
If you have experience and knowledge of tactical aircraft radar systems and air-to-air weapons, basic computer skills, and are able to use PVCS and DOORS requirements management software tools, we invite you to consider working with us.
Systems Integration Engineer – Unmanned Air Systems
If you are strongly motivated and want to expand your horizons, consider work at the Weapons Division as a systems integration engineer for the Unmanned Air Systems (UAS) team.
System Safety Engineer – System Safety Engineering Branch
For an exciting opportunity to be involved with the safety aspects of complex modern weapon systems and ordnance devices, come work with us. Our work also includes managing the risks involved in the testing and handling of new experimental ordnance devices or explosive materials.
Contract specialist or procurement analyst, series 1102, GS-11/12 or higher. Bring your ability to recognize and analyze complex and unique contractual issues/problems to the Weapons Division.