Mission: Mercury Systems has built a business model that we believe puts us in a unique position within the defense industrial base & in particular within defense electronics. In response to procurement reform, more rapid & timely adoption of open ...
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A Mission that Matters
At Mercury, our mission is to drive superlative results for our customers by developing innovative, rugged open processing subsystems that leverage the best commercial-item technology available to solve complex defense electronics problems. Mercury’s solutions are designed and manufactured entirely in the USA and power a wide variety of critical defense and intelligence applications on more than 300 programs including Aegis, Patriot, SEWIP, F-35 and Gorgon Stare.
As an employee of Mercury, you can be proud that you are part of the team whose powerful processing solutions protect our nation, our troops and our allies.
At Mercury Systems we appreciate and celebrate our differences. We are committed to providing a work environment where every employee feels valued, respected and included in our mission. Mercury’s inclusive culture is one where every employee has the opportunity to work hard together to create a top-notch company and a great place to work.
Culture that Matters
At Mercury we are smart, talented people who help one another. We are industry leaders developing cutting edge technology. We are proud of our mission to support our troops. We are Mercury, pioneering innovation that matters.
We are committed to making Mercury a great place to work! Mercury offers a casual and gratifying work environment. We encourage employees to get involved while providing ample opportunities to learn and grow. Our social committees customize activities at each site such as holiday celebrations and participation in local activities such as blood drives and family-friendly events.
Our College Co-Op Program provides a real-world hands-on experience right from the start. In fact, many of our co-op participants have secured full-time jobs at Mercury after graduation.
Benefits that Matter
At Mercury, you will get a lot more than a competitive salary and an exciting work environment. We offer a robust health care package and a full roster of employee benefits to maintain a culture of health.
EDICON - September 11-13, 2017 - Boston, MA
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AUSA - October 9-11, 2017 - Washington DC
AOC National Symposium - November 28-30, 2017 - Washington, DC
I have been working at Mercury Systems full-time (More than a year)
Mercury Systems has great work culture and we are very serious about it. We openly and effectively drive teamwork, execution and commitment. I'm unaware of any employee at my level that doesn't share those values. I feel comfortable calling other sites to talk to subject matter specialist, many of whom I've never met in person and in return offering my help and direction when asked. Upper management is extremely approachable and engaged. I know that they recognize how important our defense products are to the people who go in harms way. The work environment is often challenging technically and in pace, but the rewards are real. We are serious about providing a clean, current, supportive work space and the appropriate tools are always provided. Additionally Mercury keeps giving me stuff...training as needed, bonuses, barbecues, lunches, easy ways to reward co-workers for ideas or help to me personally or the organization in general. Finally I recognize that Mercury is absolutely fearless about change. If management thinks there is a better way to do something institutionally it will be discussed, torn apart, tested and if it still has life someone will pull the trigger.
Regardless of what I said about change at the executive level there is certainly institutional "inertia" to deal with at the operational levels. Its understandable but often disconcerting. There are too many meetings for my taste and the meetings we need sometimes head off into tangents.
Advice to Management
Please offer employees more "stand-up" meeting area's.
I applied online. I interviewed at Mercury Systems (Phoenix, AZ) in October 2017.
I interviewed with three people one the manager, supervisor and the trainer and answered some questions from each of the gentlemen about the company and what I would be working on.
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