Mission: Established in 1899, Electric Boat delivered the first submarine, the USS HOLLAND, to the U.S. Navy in 1900.Electric Boat has designed and delivered 17 of the U.S. Navy’s 20 classes of nuclear submarines. Now in its second centennial of submarine building, EB is the ...
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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.
I have been working at General Dynamics Electric Boat full-time (More than a year)
they have so many different things going on that as an engineer you can get into whatever you want if you put in the time
the parking situation is absolutely atrocious, if you don't get to work before 630 good luck finding a place to park on the street
Advice to Management
Put in more parking, we don't want to add an extra hour to our daily commute by parking in M-lot
I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at General Dynamics Electric Boat (Groton, CT) in January 2018.
The process took 2-3 months. I applied online and waited to here back from them. I received a call asking to come in for an on site interview. They offered to pay for travel and paid for a hotel in Mystic which was nice.
You park near the human resources department in the EB parking lot and go in to get your pass. The day was scheduled out for a tour of the shipyard which was awesome and they have strict no phone policy for security purposes. After the tour you come back and wait a little bit and do some paperwork with your HR rep. You then take a shuttle to the New London location and you will be picked up by your recruiter at the main desk. After the interview you talk with one of the engineers in the department and go have lunch in the company food court (paid for by EB). Once you are done with lunch they send you on your way back to the HR department to do a little more paperwork and on your way you go.
Interview: The interview took about an hour and was laid back and was used to get a feel for how you are as a person. Went over my resume and asked questions about projects and over what EB does to an extent (they can't say a lot due to security reasons).