Mission: Our culture focuses not on what we do, but on how we do it. If we focus on the how, the future that we wish to attain will follow.
We have a culture of Total Performance; a commitment to the highest standards in every aspect of the way we do business. This ...
Good remuneration, interesting and large-scale projects, great team, well established and functional processes, and good flexible working policy.
Typically outdated software engineering practices (slow-paced, heavily documentation-oriented & non-agile), which more reflects the way the defence customer works than the company's own engineering governance.
I applied through a staffing agency. I interviewed at BAE Systems UK (Houston, TX).
I started as a temporary employee; the job was supposed to last no longer than 2 weeks. The company contacted the employment agency and asked for me to be hired permanently. The original company was Stewart & Stevenson; bought by Armor Holdings in 2004: bought by BAE Systems in 2005. The initial hiring process was very easy. Once inside the company, I only had to interview for the position of the President's secretary; the other promotions were due to education.
I was happy to get a job back in 1987 when I took this temporary job; I did not ask any questions regarding salary, vacation, etc.
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