Posted: Jul 24, 2012 9:55 AM
TUCSON - A job fair near the Tucson International Airport today is hiring for a number of engineering, technology, and security clearance positions.
The Expo Experts, with support from Aeroindustryjobs.com, are holding the expo from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. today at the Doubletree Suites Tucson Airport, located at 7051 S. Tucson Boulevard.
According to the Expo Experts listing for this job fair, there are opportunities available for the following jobs:
"Engineers (all disciplines), Mechanical, Electrical, Communications Engineer, Software Engineers, Project Engineers, Stress Engineers, ISR Systems Craftsmen, RF/Coms Systems, Liaison Engineers, DCGS, Scientists, Civil, Industrial, Oceanography, Meteorology, Surface Warfare, Propulsion, Weapons Systems, Electronic Warfare, Computer Engineers, Computer Scientists, Research, Systems Safety, Systems Integration, UAV, Radar, Microwave, Training Support Specialist, Tech Writers, Polymers, Analysts, IT, Security, Clandestine Service, Science, Technology, SIGINT, MASINT, IMINT, FMV, Information Management Specialist, Intel Analyst, Special Security Advisor and related."
Some of the companies and organizations hiring include the Central Intelligence Agency, Frontline Homeland Security, NAVAIR Weapons Division, L-3 Communications, US Navy Engineering and Technology Programs, and the Hexcel Corporation.
For more information, see this listing here:
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