General Dynamics Electric Boat – Ask A Recruiter – STEM Day 1

Oct 3 • 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Hello Northeastern University Engineering Seniors!
We are looking forward to joining the Northeastern Talent Connect Ask a Recruiter event on 10/3/2023. Make sure to log in to our Zoom meeting and chat with one of our recruiters. We are looking to hire a wide range of engineers across many disciplines. We have seen amazing accomplishments from Northeastern University alums and hope to have you join our team!
General Dynamics Electric Boat designs, builds, and sustains the nuclear-powered submarines for the United States Navy. The nuclear-powered submarine is deemed as one of the most complex machines made by man, and Electric Boat has taken this vessel to the next level of technology and innovation. Our team of skilled employees dive deep to create a quality product that protects our sailors, families, and freedom.
If you are looking for a rewarding and challenging career that will strengthen your skills and help you advance your career, then please apply to Electric Boat. We offer professional development opportunities, great benefits, job security, Employee Resource Groups, Employee Assistance Programs, employee engagement opportunities, and to our further away from EB hires: eligibility for a relocation package. If you’re graduating this year, we want to interview you! We hire an array of engineering disciplines and other relevant fields of study, such as hard sciences and information technology. It takes a fleet of people with different skill sets to manufacture these machines.
Please check out this opportunity and apply here: https://careers-gdeb.icims.com/jobs/9234/entry-level-engineer–all-disciplines/job
If you are not ready to apply yet, please join our Talent Pool through http://www.gdeb.com/careers/, so you don’t miss the boat on our opportunities.
We hope to see you at Talent Connect – STEM Day 1 on 10/3/2023!

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Oct 3, 2023 | 11:00 AM

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