Mission: We help nations, governments and businesses around the world defend themselves against cybercrime, reduce their risk in the connected world, comply with regulation and transform their operations.
We do this using our unique set of solutions, systems ...
We’re on a mission to find great new talent! We're seeking Graduate Software and Wireless Engineers to join us. Come and meet us at our Assessment Centre on 30 August at Twickenham Stadium. You'll need either a suitable degree or 2 year's experience. A starting package of £30,000 awaits! Apply now: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQmAZ
BAE Systems are growing and we’re looking to the talent of the future to join us on that journey.
Following the success of our Graduate Assessment Centre at Twickenham Rugby Ground in June we’re going to run another event on the 30th August, this one aimed at finding the brightest graduate software engineers to join us on the journey.
We do some of the coolest work on the most interesting projects and our Grads work on real live projects getting commercial experience from the start. If this sound of interest follow the link to find out more and apply and hopefully you’ll come along to meet us to find out what a day in the life of a BAE software engineer looks like.
The world in which we live and work is rapidly evolving. As our dependency on technology grows, new opportunities and threats begin to emerge. Cyber threats no longer just come from mischievous hackers playing games. They come from organised, smart, well-resourced and clandestine criminals and nations, determined to steal intelligence and capital.
Criminals are taking advantage of modern communications and computing capabilities to plan and commit their crimes. The techniques and tools that enable business and law enforcement to detect, prevent and investigate crime – both in the physical and cyber worlds – are evolving rapidly.
And all the time, the way people are using technology in their daily lives is changing, with more data being generated and put out into the public arena than ever before.
The threat is real. The lines have been redrawn. The battlefield is extending to the digital domain.
Together, we make the world a safer place.
Make Every Day Matter.
We are obsessed about solving problems for our customers, and at BAE Systems, we bring together great minds who face tough challenges on a daily basis.
Our people take personal responsibility for making a difference. They have a shared vision to take on and solve complex customers' problems. Whatever their job title, they take pride in doing something worthwhile.
The changing nature of our business means that we’re constantly looking for the very best people to fulfil our ambitions, and help you realise yours. As we look to the future – to new technologies, new ideas and new ways to amaze our clients, it’s something we can all shape – we believe everyone can make a difference.
Our people are smart. They work it out. They have an unstoppable desire to be smarter than the threats our customers face. Everyone plays a part in what we do. So no matter where you work or whatever your area of expertise, you'll be much more than just a job title; you'll be making a difference every day.
Our people are the most important part of our business, and whatever their job title, they take pride in doing something worthwhile. Find out more about a career with us.
I have been working at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence full-time (More than 5 years)
Company has good solutions overall.
Working for a defense contractor can be tough.
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence (McLean, VA).
This was a very long, and grueling interview process. It was 4-5 steps and required a lot of preparations.
1. Simple phone interview, just went over resume.
2. Technical interview: talked with analyst about my résumé and was asked a lot of in-depth questions. There was also 2 technical questions.
3. Take-home technical exam: had 48 hours to complete test.
4. In-person interview: had to give a short presentation, and complete a case study.
Detica is trying to find smart, technically savvy individuals who can communicate technical ideas to the layman. The interview process tests if you fit their criteria. It's long, and not many people receive offers because their standards are so high.