Whenever a critical decision needs to be made, we are there. To help create a safer world, we serve five keys sectors :
Our expertise allows our customers to find the right solutions for difficult problems in challenging environments. We are proud of the role we play in a world that is increasingly mobile, interconnected, interdependent and dangerous.
Together. Safer. Everywhere.
We aim to continually improve quality and work more efficiently. This means being ready to take risks, always demonstrating leadership, deciding quickly and acting on our decisions immediately. We strive to build on new ideas to achieve a competitive advantage.
Our overreaching purpose is to protect people, property and information. The common denominator across the five markets we serve is safety. From cybersecurity to air traffic management, the solutions we design help to address the major security issues of today and tomorrow.
The best way for us to deal with complex problems is to work hand-in-hand with our customers. Together, we can achieve the goal to build a safer world. Cooperation is essential to our philosophy: it is one of our core values. We partner with our customers every day to understand their challenges and to anticipate their needs. From product design to training, our customers benefit from our technical expertise. The results are dependable solutions that deliver long-term satisfaction.
We operate everywhere our customers are. Our local teams work closely with our customers to understand their needs and help them solve their problems.
TOGETHER WE EXPLAIN THE ENGAGINGLY ENIGMATIC.
I worked at Thales full-time (More than 10 years)
Best benefits you'll find anywhere
Relocating sites too often....to the other side of the country
Advice to Management
Move the IFEC back to Seattle
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Thales.
HR was very hands-on and efficient in contacting me to set up interview times and follow-ups. My interview itself was very straightforward. Since I was interning for a summer internship, my interviewer asked about some college classes I had taken/was currently taking and sprinkled in some technical questions related to those classes. He then asked me a few simple coding questions.