BAE Systems using existing workforce for latest U.S. Navy contract, but accepting job applications


FORT WALTON BEACH, Fla., 17 Dec. 2012. BAE Systems will actively recruit from the company’s current maintenance workforce in Whiting Field, Fla.; Pensacola, Fla.; and Corpus Christi, Texas, for its work on U.S. Navy trainer aircraft

The company is accepting applications, however. Visit to read BAE Systems’ job postings.

The three main positions are featured on the T34/44/6 jobs landing page, along with instructions on how to search for other positions related to this contract. 

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