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BAE Systems USA Overview

Arlington, VA (US)
10000+ employees
BAE Systems
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Aerospace & Defence
£5 to £10 billion (GBP) per year
Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon
BAE Systems, Inc is a global defense, aerospace and security company delivering a full range of products and services for air, land and naval forces, as well as advanced electronics, security, information technology solutions and customer support and services. Headquartered in ... Read more

Mission: We’re working to deliver the highest quality solutions to our customers at the lowest possible cost. And we’re working to fuel economic development, scientific research and technology innovation throughout the country.

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BAE Systems USA President & CEO Jerry DeMuro
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    Huge support of massive multinational organisation


    Red tape and inertia required to initiate change

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BAE Systems USA Photos

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BAE Systems USA Interviews



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Getting an Interview




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    Antenna Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Merrimack, NH (US)
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
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    I applied online. The process took 7 weeks. I interviewed at BAE Systems USA (Merrimack, NH (US)) in January 2017.


    Applied online and received an e-mail from HR asking for an in-person interview about 3 weeks later. The interview consisted of 9 ~30 min. interviews with engineers in the Antenna group from all levels as well as a lunch interview with the Technical Development Manager. I ended up exceeding each of the 30 min. time slots by about 15 min. each which extended the total interview from about 5 hrs to roughly 6.5 hrs (which was seen as a positive). I ended the interview with the Group Manager because the Technical Manager needed to leave unexpectedly and talked with him about why I wanted the position and my educational/career aspirations (he seemed excited that I was excited).

    Overall, it was a very straightforward and enjoyable experience. The group was friendly and engaging with almost all of the questions relating to my experience and why I was interested in the position and/or Antenna Engineering (presumably because I was a fresh out of a Physics undergrad -- i.e. I wasn't an engineer). They all seemed to appreciate that I asked questions specific to not only the position but also continuing education programs such as an M.S.E.E. in RF/Microwave (also, presumably, because of my general Physics background).

    I did my best to be as genuine and personable as I could be (without overdoing the personable part as this can sometimes be off-putting) and I think they really appreciated that. A little advice for entry level engineers with interviews coming up:

    1. Know what the position entails and make sure you can relate your experience and education back to the job description (especially if you don't have an engineering degree)

    2. Know what you want and why you want it

    3. Just be yourself (but stay professional) because, if they don't want the 'real you', you don't want them

    Good luck!

    Interview Questions

    • Connect your Physics education to this position.   1 Answer
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Company Updates

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BAE Systems USA Awards & Accolades

  • Best for Vets Employers, Military Times, 2017
  • Top supporters of historically black college and university (HBCU) engineering, US Black Engineer and Information Technology Magazine, 2017
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