Air Force Research Laboratory is looking to hire 50-plus people
Dayton Daily News, Ohio November 9, 2023
(Tribune News Service) — The Air Force Research Laboratory is hiring, looking for everyone from experts to those ready for entry-level job positions, the lab said Thursday.
The Wright-Patterson Air Force Base-anchored lab will hire more than 50 entry-level to expert positions across multiple AFRL locations at a hiring event at Sinclair Community College.
The event will be at the college’s Conference Center in Dayton from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 7 and 8.
“AFRL cultivates a large science and technology workforce, and is calling all scientists, engineers, technologists or contract and financial management specialists interested in applying their talents to make a difference for national defense,” the lab said Thursday.
People interested should upload a resume in advance here.
A recruiter will schedule interviews at Sinclair beginning in room 116, AFRL said.
Open job categories include: computer scientists; contracting specialists; data analysts; aerospace/aeronautical, electrical, electronics, mechanical, general and computer engineers; financial management specialists; and physicists.
AFRL oversees the Air Force’s technology and research and development work, overseeing AFWERX and the 711th Human Performance Wing (also based at Wright-Patterson), pushing the boundaries of modern technology and science. The lab has a workforce of more than 11,500 airmen, guardians, Department of Defense civilians and contractors, with an annual budget of some $3 billion.
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