Why Work For Us
It Takes An Amazing Team To Keep Our Nation Safe
At General Dynamics Mission Systems, we develop mission critical C4ISR solutions across the land, sea, air, space and cyber domains. As you might imagine, we can offer career paths that fit almost any area of expertise. Almost any background or interests. And almost any short- and long-term career goals. Explore our world. We think you’ll like what you discover.
Here are some of the reasons some of the very best build their careers here.
5 AMAZING REASONS TO BUILD YOUR CAREER WITH US.
With over 60 years in the defense industry, General Dynamics is a trusted Fortune 100 company with a strong commitment to excellence.
Have the opportunity to work with the newest emerging technologies to solve some of the world's most critical problems.
Our employees represent some of the best and brightest in the industry working together to deliver groundbreaking solutions.
As a General Dynamics employee you have both the resources and the support needed to grow your career.
We respect our employees need for work/life balance. With flexible schedules and the ability to work remotely you are able to make your schedule suit your personal needs.
WE’VE EARNED OUR SHARE OF AWARDS.
- Forbes Best Employers for Diversity List (Ranked #453 for 2019)
- Forbes Best Employers for New Graduates List (Ranked #160 for 2019)
- Forbes Best Employers by State (Named to 2019 List)
- Fortune 500 List (Ranked #92 for 2019)
- Global 500 (Ranked #343 for 2019)
- Most Powerful Women – CEO (Ranked #7 for 2019)
- Careers and the disABLED (Ranked #47 for 2019)
- Fortune Blue Ribbon List (Named to 2018 List)
WE ARE COMMITTED TO OUR COMMUNITIES.
We want you to be active and involved in your community and we give you the support and the opportunity you need to make it happen.
WHAT’S IT REALLY LIKE TO BUILD A CAREER AT GENERAL DYNAMICS?
Find out what our employees have to say.
HOW DO OUR BENEFITS MEASURE UP?
See for yourself.
YOU CAN MAKE HISTORY HERE.
Being part of the first Lunar landing is just the beginning.
When Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon in 1969, an S-Band Transponder built by General Dynamics was the only communications link the Astronauts had to Earth. From Apollo 11 to the Next Giant Leap, explore how we support NASA and how you can impact future space missions as a member of our team.