Mission: To be the global leader in the integration and application of information, technology, and systems to solve critical customer problems. We will deliver innovative solutions and services through the collaboration of our diverse and talented employees. We will empower our ...
CEO and Chairman Roger Krone, CFO Jim Reagan, and SVP Kelly Hernandez have been recognized for achievements in leadership and investor relations expertise and have been named to the Institutional Investor All-America Executive Team 2018.
Leidos hired more than 1,300 veterans in 2016 and is on pace to exceed that number this year. The Fortune 500 company has a historically strong bond with the military through both its lines of business and workforce. It takes great pride in the fact that more than 6,000 of its 32,000 employees are veterans.
Solving Mission-Critical Problems to Help Secure America
Leidos helps the U.S military, Department of Defense, and federal law enforcement respond to some of the biggest threats to our national security.
Leidos’ national security efforts span every branch of the military and support the full spectrum of military operations – from peace keeping and humanitarian missions to major conflicts. We also help the U.S. Department of Defense, the FBI, and other agencies combat terrorism, cybercrime, and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.
Whether helping the U.S. Army enhance night vision capabilities, the Air Force train far-flung units online, or the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command enable seamless, secure multimedia connectivity, our technical expertise lets U.S. forces work safer and smarter.
Leidos also develops products and applied technologies for anti-terrorism and Homeland Security efforts – inspection systems to scan cargo for contraband, portable X-ray systems to inspect suspect packages, even software to assess the human consequences of technological and natural disasters.
Technology + Science = Improved Care and Lower Costs
At Leidos, our formula to improve healthcare is simple – fuse some of the world’s most advanced technologies with the brightest minds in science, research, and consulting.
The result? Improved patient care, and healthcare organizations that operate more efficiently.
WHAT IF YOUR ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS PROVIDER WAS BUILT TO SOLVE TOMORROW'S CHALLENGES TODAY?
Leidos Engineering has a long history of providing high technology engineering solutions that help our clients overcome today's challenges while preparing them for those of tomorrow. Formerly part of SAIC, including the strategic acquisitions of The Benham Companies, R. W. Beck, and Patrick Energy Services, our engineering solutions make ‘What If’ possible for clients in markets that matter.
What you do, where you work, and who’s on your team are important. After all, you spend a lot of your time and energy at work.
Challenging and Important Work
Leidos employees are smart people focused on solving the world's most-daunting challenges. The work requires insight, ingenuity, and commitment to the field.
Apply your skills and talents to work that not only contributes to the safety of the United States, but to the safety of the world. In the past, we’ve helped:
Solve some of the most significant challenges facing federal, state, and local health entities, as well as the commercial health industry. Join Leidos to:
Help us solve important problems for commercial, government, energy, and utility customers, as well as lenders and developers. As part of our engineering team, you could have the opportunity to:
Balancing your work time and personal time is essential to your success. We make it easier for you to find the balance you need through a variety of programs, including:
We’ve earned the "Best Workplace for Commuters™" designation from the U.S. EPA and the U.S. Department of Transportation. This designation recognizes companies that offer benefits like free or low-cost bus passes, strong telework resources, and vanpooling.
We value our employees, no matter where they’re located. From home or the office, you can stay connected with your team and clients with support for telework from your managers and our IT group.
Leidos’ networking programs empower employees to share ideas and best practices, as well as mentor each other. Our Women's Network and Multicultural Network are each a forum for learning and understanding.
Grow with us. We offer resources for professional development and learning, complemented by flexible career paths and an inclusive environment.
Where do you want to be in 5 years? 10 years? 15 years? At Leidos, you can customize your professional development around your goals.
Individual Development Plan
When you join Leidos, we’ll encourage you to create an Individual Development Plan (IDP). Through the IDP tool, you set your career goals, plan learning experiences, and track your own progress. Your IDP is a living document, refined with the help of your manager, that you revise, update, and revisit throughout your Leidos career.
Career Path Programs
Take advantage of our:
We also offer career development resources for other professional categories, including:
Our mission defines our purpose as a company — the essence of why Leidos exists. This new statement is an evolution of our previous mission, reflecting our new, integrated company. It is intentionally concise so that it is easier to remember.
Our vision details who we want to become in the future. The first sentence emphasizes that we want our reputation to be that of problem solvers. The second sentence speaks to the fact that we are first and foremost a people company. The last sentence highlights three important facets that guide how we operate as a company.
Our values are the characteristics we emulate — essentially our DNA — who we are as individuals and as a collective. The list of potential values was extensive, but in the end, we identified the five that capture what it is that we value most and what makes Leidos different.
I have been working at Leidos full-time (More than 5 years)
Leidos was only formed in the last five years and has had incredible growth in the industry. They continue to develop their business while focusing on their principle of employee retention and training.
Leidos is a growing company that focuses on it's employees. They have several internal development programs, which leads to greater retention. This could create a road block for advancement, but the training allows you to broaden your skills to branch out into new fields.
Advice to Management
Continue to grow the company, focusing on good employee retention and training. Internal development of your staff keeps the company strong at the core, but don't neglect to new talent coming into the family.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at Leidos (Framingham, MA) in April 2018.
I applied to this company through a contractor. I applied at the end of the day, got a call the next day and within another day or two the interview was set up. When I arrived I spoke to several different people. The first one mostly asked if I understood what kind of work I'd be doing at the job and explained the work it entailed. The second asked some technical questions but nothing seriously in-depth. I think it was mostly to see how a potential employee would work under pressure, considering the position is entry level. The third person explained some more about what the job responsibilities are and after that I spoke with several other employees there and got to shadow them for a few minutes each, which was very interesting.