Eng I - Elec

BAE Systems' Electronic Systems (ES) sector is seeking a talented, motivated electrical engineer who wants to join a diverse team at a dynamic company that values your technical excellence. At our Greenlawn NY facility we design, develop and produce Identification, Mission Computer, and EO/IR equipment for the US Navy, Marines, Air Force, and Army and also for worldwide customers. Our company mission is "We protect those who protect us" and you will get an opportunity to apply and enhance your engineering skills in development of products whose primary purpose is to keep our warfighters safe.

We offer a nurturing environment that allows you to continue to learn while applying your skills in design and support of a variety of complex defense products and technologies. Entry Level engineers are assigned a mentor, working in small teams, acquiring product knowledge through training, and advance their technical skills while performing their assigned responsibilities. This includes "hands-on" design, analysis, and test of complex assemblies, firmware development, technical trade studies, and evaluation of technology insertion/upgrades, laboratory test and troubleshooting. This engineer will be exposed to all phases of the product lifecycle including requirements definition, concept creation, detailed implementation, test and integration, and product support.

On top of numerous diverse and challenging career opportunities, BAE offers flexible schedules (including every other Friday off), competitive compensation, and an excellent benefit package that includes tuition reimbursement for advanced degrees.

Meet Some of BAE Systems's Employees

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Vice President, Finance

Chandra helps steer the overall financial direction of BAE Systems’ headquarters. She interacts with many teams to lead mergers and acquisitions, investments, and general maintenance of all the numbers.

Melissa M.

Human Resources Manager

Melissa advises BAE Systems on the full HR spectrum. She brings in new talent, prepares team members for success, pops in on payroll and benefits, and shapes the company’s culture.

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