Headquartered in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, Navarro has active programs in place across the nation for DOE/NNSA, NASA, and the Department of Defense. The Naval Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) develops advanced naval nuclear propulsion technology for the safety and reliability of our Navy's submarine and aircraft fleet.Full-timeApply NowUpdated 50 days ago
We are excited about what we do, and we need you on our team as we take on new challenges for NASA s pursuits in deep space exploration.
Candidate will specialize in and become the training subject matter expert for one of the three NASA or NASsponsored crewed spacecraft.
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Shape and lead proposal responses to government agencies (DARPA, NASA, AFRL, etc.) Experience with embedded devices (e.g., Xilinx, NXP, MicroChip, etc.) Shape and lead proposal responses to government agencies (DARPA, NASA, AFRL, etc.Full-timeApply NowUpdated 0 days ago
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Healthcare benefits include medical, dental, vision, and prescription drug coverage; access to a Health Coach, a 24/7 nurse-based resource; and access to the Employee Assistance Program, providing 24/7 confidential assessment, counseling, and referral services.$130,000 - $240,000 a yearFull-timeApply NowUpdated 19 days ago
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