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13 days ago

SCA Aircraft Mechanic 2 (Sheet Metal)

Northrop Grumman Newport News, VA

The Aircraft Mechanic II (Sheet-metal) performs sheet-metal, plastic, and composite AVUM-AVIM-Depot level repairs on DoD rotary-wing and fixed-wing… Northrop Grumman


25 days ago

Senior Information Assurance Engineer

Northrop Grumman Suffolk, VA

DoD 8570.01 IAT Level II certification required *Secret Clearance 15 years IT experience… Northrop Grumman


19 days ago

Senior Special Operations Technical Advisor / Electrical Engineer 6 - TS/SCI

Northrop Grumman Virginia Beach, VA

Northrop Grumman Information Systems (NGIS) is seeking uniquely qualified, mission oriented, individual with a background in electronics, electrical… Northrop Grumman


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    Overall I had a decent experience.

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    Current Employee - Mechanical Engineer II  in  Newport News, VA
    Current Employee - Mechanical Engineer II in Newport News, VA

    I have been working at Northrop Grumman full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Modern work environment. At least in the shipbuilding sector, the work was very stable. If a person put effort into their job, it was easy to stand out.

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    I did not feel that the pay was adequate. Most engineers had an easy time leaving for a raise if they were willing to move. There was very little need for advanced education.

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    Work to close the pay gap. Provide better opportunities and incentives to engineers with advanced educations and the desire to accelerate fast.

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