Perspecta is seeking engineers who will support a wide range of programmatic engineering disciplines for the intelligence community customer. All positions center on engineering support to the analysis, design, development, testing, and deployment of capabilities for intelligence collection systems. Perspecta operates in a fast paced environment that is managed and controlled by us, the contractor. Support will span all aspects of the project development lifecycle from user needs through operational deployment. Candidates will be aligned to one or more projects based on the their skills, experience and career aspirations. Our engineers are responsible for ensuring mission success by developing and integrating across all systems and capabilities, with a focus on improving overall enterprise effectiveness, efficiency, and innovation. Qualifications
Those authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship are encouraged to apply.ship Required
Must be pursuing a degree at a four-year accredited university in one of the following fields: systems engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, aerospace engineering, mechanical engineering, cybersecurity, cybersecurity engineering, or a related field.
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