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QinetiQ recruiting to support CIT

Posted 18 September 2017 · Add Comment

QinetiQ is launching a campaign to recruit over 100 new employees to support the growth strategy for its Cyber, Information and Training (CIT) business.

The roles, which could be based across the country, will be for experienced hires with a majority having technical, scientific and engineering skills. The recruitment campaign, launched last week at DSEI, will be supported by a targeted marketing campaign designed to attract the best talent to the business.

The campaign will offer the opportunity to join a leading science and engineering company who is dedicated to providing technological and scientific expertise to help customers protect, improve and advance their vital interests. The roles will provide an opportunity to work on unique solutions that combine depth of knowledge and experience, with a collaborative and proactive approach. 

The campaign will focus on attracting expertise in the following skills areas:
• Synthetic Environments and Simulation
• Systems Engineering / Collective Training Transformation  
• Software Engineering  
• Big Data Specialists
• RF Networks and Communications 
• Systems Engineering
• Secured Navigation
• Cyber Intelligence and Security
• Cyber Security Solutions 
• Crypto-security  
• Radar and Electronic Warfare 
• Mission Systems
• Programme Community

Joining QinetiQ offers an opportunity to work on highly technical cutting edge projects. Those joining in these roles will grow and develop and be suitably challenged, seeing how their work makes a difference. The formula for success for QinetiQ is the appetite for innovation, courage to take on a wide variety of complex challenges and motivated people who work to deliver the best possible solutions to partners.

James Willis, QinetiQ Managing Director for CIT, said: “Having the right skills and expertise is vital for our business. QinetiQ is a leading provider of national security and specialist enterprise solutions and assurance.  We need to continue to attract the very best talent the UK has to offer and who will make a real difference to our customers. The work we do on a day-to-day basis is both unique and challenging. To continue the next phase of our growth we need to bring in the most capable talent available.  In return we can offer a rewarding career in a unique environment."

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