Mission: Electric Boat (EB) is a business unit of General Dynamics with headquarters in Groton, CT. Electric Boat is one of the world’s premier submarine builders. The submarine has long been the silent backbone of United States Naval supremacy. For more than 100 years ...
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Why choose EB to start your Career?—Whether you are seeking an internship, Co-op experience or a full-time job, we offer excellent career opportunities for one to learn from some of the best shipbuilders in the industry who help build and support the lifecycle of submarines.
EB has opportunities in multiple disciplines, including: Electrical, Civil, Computer Science, Mechanical, Naval Architecture, Welding and more.
EB actively recruits more than 40 Colleges and Universities, and at regional and national recruiting events such as National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), and Society of Women Engineers (SWE).
Check with your College or Universities Career Services for more information.
Why choose EB?
Your work matters. You will be building the premier undersea platform that serves as the most pivotal leg of the US Strategic Nuclear Defense.
Continue to Serve. By joining EB, you can continue to serve your country. The submarines you will help build serve as the operational home for hundreds of sailors underway. Your dedication to a job well done will ensure their safety as they keep America safe.
You Are Valued Here. We recognize the value our military service men and women bring to the workforce, and we welcome the unique skills and experience that come from serving or having served our country. Many veterans have first-hand knowledge working with our customer. Not only does EB embrace this, but we excel because of it.
We have created the Electric Boat Veterans Network (EBVN) to provide opportunities for current and future veteran employees, and have two full-time Veterans Affairs Specialists available to meet the needs of our veterans.
Do you want to continue serving your country, building the world’s finest undersea platform for the U.S. Navy? Are you mechanically inclined and hold an undergraduate degree?—Join us!
General Dynamics Electric Boat Operations Supervisor Career Development Program is a unique and robust two-year management program that prepares individuals to lead and supervise employees in submarine construction.
We are looking for a select group of highly motivated individuals who possess strong leadership and teamwork skills, who can fulfill the role of a first line supervisor. If selected, one will get hands-on, trade-specific experience (Welding, Shipfitting, Machinist, Electrical, Pipefitting, etc.), interface with all levels of management, learn business acumen and develop leadership and team building skills, all while working alongside skilled trade employees.
Southeastern Connecticut and Rhode Island are great places to live, work and raise a family. Experience historic charm and progressive amenities. Explore American maritime history firsthand as you climb aboard historic tall ships and stroll through a re-created 19th-century coastal village.
Here are some excellent links provided by the Eastern Connecticut Chamber of Commerce that highlights all our unique and historical area has to offer, and a brand new, state of the art Digital Relocation Guide.
Electric Boat partners with the United Way of Southeastern Connecticut to help those in need of food, home heating assistance, small personal loans or essential furniture, to name a few.
The Electric Boat Employees' Community Services Association is made up of everyone at EB that chooses to contribute to local non-profit organizations, through both monetary contributions, and volunteering their time and talent.
All monetary contributions are collected and allocated to a variety of local programs by a team of employees that works together to assess the local needs, and ensure that funding goes where it can make the biggest impact.
United Way Day of Caring is an event open to all employees and their families and friends to volunteer as a group to work on one-time volunteer projects at local nonprofit organizations. This program is a valuable service for our local non-profits which allow them to focus their funding on the services they provide. These events have included painting railings and walls at homeless shelters and daycare facilities, laying out mulch and reviving gardens for handicap students, as well as reading at local schools.
Additionally, our employees volunteer to collect food and products for use by the Gemma E. Moran United Way/Labor Food Center. Since 1988, the Gemma E. Moran United Way/Labor Food Center has played a key role in providing one of the building blocks to a good quality of life by feeding food insecure individuals and families all across our community. Every year, the Food Center distributes the equivalent of 2.4 million meals to more 80 food pantries, shelters, child care centers, community meal sites, and programs for the elderly.
Year round we have collections held right at the plant including everything from food, to winter coats, to school supplies. All of these collections help to fill the gaps for local families trying to get back on their feet.
I have been working at General Dynamics Electric Boat full-time
Solid benefits, lots of room for promotion
Can be somewhat archaic when it comes to making change
Advice to Management
Be more competitive. Change can take too long
I applied online. I interviewed at General Dynamics Electric Boat (Groton, CT).
Took me and group of other candidates on a shipyard tour in the morning. Interviewed with two supervisors after the tour and then had lunch with a current engineer from the department I was interviewing with.