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General Dynamics Electric Boat has a proud history dating back to its incorporation on February 7, 1899, and the delivery of the first practical submarine to the U.S. Navy the following year. During the ensuing century, Electric Boat has been at the forefront of every innovation in submarine technology. Today we are the nation's premier designer and builder of nuclear submarines.
Your skills and drive are what we need at Electric Boat to pioneer the next generation of world class submarines. With the support of both colleagues and leadership, you will play an integral role in our success. These exciting challenges will energize you, allowing you to grow both personally and professionally. Few people have the opportunity to work on the design and execution of these incredible vessels. We invite you to join us as we continue to develop innovative ways to protect our nation.
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I have been working at General Dynamics Electric Boat full-time (More than 3 years)
Solid pay and retirement savings, many knowledgeable and experienced employees, pride in work is strong
Very political at the management level, bureaucracy makes positive change slow and difficult
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).