Current Job Opportunities

Posted 3/3/15

BAE Systems

Good afternoon! 
I wanted to let you know that we have several entry level Engineering roles posted on our website: 
Your soon to be & recent alumni may be interested in them. 
Sarah Newman, PHR
HR Business Partner
BAE Systems, Inc/FISAC
6006 Wardleigh Road
Hill AFB, UT 84056
I followed the link, typed in Layton zip code & the first 2 & 1/4 pages came up for BAE jobs working on HAFB.  
Some examples:
Jr. Electrical Engineer (more than 1) 
Jr. Mechanical engineer
Materials engineering intern
Special projects intern 
I pasted a little info about BAE below, they are a great place to work. 
BAE Systems, Inc. is the U.S. subsidiary of BAE Systems plc, a global defense, security and aerospace company which delivers 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 services.
At BAE Systems, our meaningful work captures the spirit and story of our people. We take pride in our contributions to protecting lives, defending freedom, and making the world a better and safer place. Working here is more than a job. We call it Inspired Work.
Karen Doutré
Career Services Coordinator & Employer Relations Specialist 
1801 University Circle, Ogden, UT  84408
Office: ET 118    Phone:  801-626-6877


Posted 2/27/15

GMRE, Inc. 

(Gauss Management, Research and Engineering, Inc)

Robert Ratcliffe was our first Outstanding EE Graduate in 2012 and contacted us with this great Internship Opportunity…
I wanted to let you and the Electronics Engineering / Electronics Engineering Technology departments know that we currently have an opening for an Electrical Engineering Intern, beginning ASAP, and guaranteed until 15 June, with possibility of full-time employment. It would be part-time (20-30 hours/week), paid, and for the time being be focused on schematics and other electrical CAD; but there is always something new around every corner around here!
Let me know if anyone might be interested, tell them to contact me here via email, or at the phone numbers below. Say hello to the Engineering department for me!
Have a great day!”
Robert Ratcliffe
Electrical Design Engineer
5875 S. Adams Ave. Pkwy. Ste. 2A
South Ogden, UT 84405
Office: 385-205-6877
Cell: 801-389-3803 call/text

Posted 2/9/15

Hill Air Force Base

Please distribute this message among your colleagues and communities as you deem appropriate.  Interested engineer and scientist candidates should email resume and transcripts

Hill Air Force Base is accepting resumes directly for professional ENGINEERS and SCIENTISTS in order to fill 200+ vacancies in the next 9 months.

Attached is information about an INVITATION-ONLY interview session on Thursday, 5 March at the Hill Aerospace Museum.  This is not a job fair. The general public is NOT invited - only those ENGINEER and SCIENTIST candidates who submit a resume to and are pre-vetted for eligibility will be issued a personal invitation.

This interviewing event is for those seeking full-time, permanent employment as a civilian (non-military) ENGINEER or SCIENTIST.  Students graduating by December 2015 should definitely apply, as we can make conditional offers prior to graduation.

Hill AFB accepts resumes directly for engineers and scientists such as:
- Electrical/Electronics Engineer
- Computer Scientist
- Computer Engineer
- Aerospace Engineer
- Mechanical Engineer
- General (Multi-Disciplinary) Engineer
- Industrial Engineer
- Chemical Engineer
- Operations Research Analyst

We cannot accept applications directly for engineering technicians or student interns. Second attachment explains how to search and apply for federal job opportunities in Utah and elsewhere, regardless of occupation.

Joyce Peters
Workforce Strategic Planning & Partnerships Air Force Sustainment Center Engineering & Technical Mgt Directorate Hill Air Force Base, Utah

Hill Aerospace Museum (I-15 Exit 338)
at Hill Air Force Base, Utah and other Air Force locations worldwide
  1. We can accept resumes directly only for certain jobs such as engineers and computer scientists.
  2. Most occupations such as engineering technicians, quality control specialists, mechanics, etc., require you to apply through USAJOBS and we cannot accept resumes for those jobs.
  3. You must be qualified for professional engineering or science positions to participate.
    1. BS Degree in Engineering Technology is no longer allowed by the Air Force, regardless of experience as a professional engineer after graduation.
    2. You need to have completed your qualifying engineer or scientist degree by December 2015 and be available for full-time employment by January 2016.
    3. We are not recruiting for internships at this event.
  1. An emailed invitation with instructions on the time to arrive, what to bring with you, etc.
  2. Registration at the door to verify that you are on the invitation list.
  3. Explanation of how the “Speed-Interviewing” session will work at the Museum.
    1. Each discussion is limited to 10 minutes so you can talk to as many interviewers as possible.
  4. Opportunity to meet 25-30 teams at Hill AFB and other participating bases that have vacancies.
    1. Supervisors will contact you for follow-on interviews if they are interested.
Email the following documents ASAP to 
  1. Resume with your cell phone number and email address.
  2. Unofficial transcripts showing degree(s) conferred or latest semester completed.
  1. If you have already sent in your resume and transcripts and were advised that you are eligible for engineer or scientist positions you should automatically receive an invitation.
    1. Contact Cassie or Sarah if you believe you should have been invited but did not get an email.

Posted 1/30/15


Northrop Grumman

Faculty and Student Mentors,
Hello my name is Clay, I am a Systems Engineer at Northrop Grumman. I graduated from Weber State University and I am writing you to let you know that Northrop Grumman in Ogden and Clearfield is seeking summer interns. Please let your students know about this great opportunity. Weber State University has gained a good reputation in our sector because of the alumni who work here and the value they bring. This is a benefit to students at Weber State who would like to take advantage of this opportunity, but I would like to keep that momentum going by continuing to bring great WSU candidates here.
We are looking for juniors, seniors, and graduating students from technical disciplines including: Math and Statistics, Physics, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Parts and Logistics, Software, Computer Science, or other related fields. In addition to a great opportunity for students to develop skills and experience that will help bolster their resume, our section of Northrop Grumman primarily hires for full time positions directly from our Internship Program.
In the Clearfield and Ogden facilities, most of our work is supporting the Minuteman III ICBM weapon system. The attached flier has the job numbers for the openings which can be found at (Interested students must apply online). Please distribute this flier to qualified candidates.
I started working here through the intern program myself, and I would be happy to assist students if they have any questions or concerns about the positions or the application process and wish to contact me.
Many Graduates from WSU have successful careers here at Northrop Grumman, including myself, and we look forward to finding more great candidates who wish to be part of our team.
The requisition numbers are as follows:
Electrical Engineer                           15001471
Mechanical Engineer                      15001469
Chemical/Materials Engineer        15001473
Statistician/Mathematician           15001470
Logistics Specialist                           15001472
Software Engineer                           15001468
Environmental Engineer                 15001321
Project Management Support       15001580
High School Intern                           15001583
Clay Rumsey
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Systems Engineer | Specialty Engineering
4336 S. 1650 W. Ogden, UT 84405

Posted 1/9/15


WE HAVE AN IMMEDIATE NEED!!!  Once again Harman is offering a great opportunity for a student!  This assignment will likely last 6-9 months and is flexible with a class schedule.
Please feel free to circulate to your students who may have an interest.  All inquiries should be directed to Jackie Riley (please see contact information at the end of this email).
As always, when we network and help one another, we all benefit. 
Company Summary:
Harman International Industries, Inc. is the worldwide leader in the manufacture of high-quality, high-fidelity audio and electronic products for automotive, consumer and professional use. It is the parent company behind an array of legendary brands that includes Harman Kardon®, JBL®, Mark Levinson® and Infinity®.The Company has developed, both internally and through a series of acquisitions, a range of product offerings. It operates in three segments: Automotive, Consumer and Professional. The Automotive segment designs, manufactures and markets audio, electronic and infotainment systems for vehicle applications primarily to be installed as original equipment by automotive manufacturers. The Consumer segment designs, manufactures and markets audio, video and electronic systems for home, mobile and multimedia applications. The Professional segment designs, manufactures and markets loudspeakers and electronic systems used by audio professionals in concert halls, stadiums, airports, houses of worship and theme attractions. For more than 50 years, our legendary brands have taken a leading role in the creation and innovation of progressive technologies, from the world's first car radio in 1948 to today's most revolutionary infotainment systems.  
Job Opportunity: 
High-tech companies like Harman International are making big changes in the way they manage their businesses.  Customers expect the products to be increasingly complex, but with lower cost and higher quality.  To remain competitive, successful companies are agile and efficient, decreasing product development cycle time, and drawing from engineering and manufacturing resources around the world.  These companies deploy complex data management systems to get the right data to the right people – whether the people are in the mountains of Utah or in urban Shenzhen, China. The people must have confidence in the data and make flash decisions based on the data.
This is your chance to join a leading, high-tech audio equipment company, to learn and innovate as we attack these challenges. 
Job Title:   PLM Engineering Data Analysis Intern            
Department:   Harman Professional Division Engineering Systems
Reports To:  HPD Senior Technical Program Manager
 1.     Provide data analysis support for engineering data management systems.
a.     The main system is Windchill, a Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) system from PTC.
b.    The PLM system interfaces with the division’s mechanical and electrical CAD systems and libraries, and with the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system.
2.     Help to maintain the data tables which are used by the PLM-ERP interface, for new part creation and workflows.
a.     The tables reside in ERP, and currently they are changed using Excel and Access.
b.    Help to improve the method and tools for changing the PLM-ERP part creation and workflow tables.
3.     Participate in project to improve system ease-of-use and user effectiveness.
a.     Develop questionnaires or interviews to collect user feedback. Identify the main ‘pain points’, time-consuming activities, user interface challenges and opportunities.
b.    Implement improvements to address the main issues.
c.     Develop metrics and gather data to measure the cost/ time savings from the improvements.
4.     Help to maintain and improve access control in the PLM system, and maintain the documents used to track access.
5.     Mine the databases using reports and queries, with SQL*Plus, Query Builder, and Cognos.

Basic Qualifications: 
1.     Skilled in Microsoft Excel and Access.
2.     Knowledge of database fundamentals.
3.     Knowledge in Visual Basic.
  1.    Knowledge of XML file usage and schemas
.Desired Characteristics:
1.     Fascinated with databases and enterprise systems.
2.     Curious to follow the data journey, as a high-tech audio product evolves from inception to engineering to manufacturing and beyond. 
Thanks for your continued support,
Jackie Riley
Manager, Human Resources
Signal Processing BU
10653 So. River Front Parkway
Suite 300
South Jordan, UT  84095
Phone: +1 801 568 7522
VoIP  1147522
Fax: +1 801 566 2086
Mobile: +1 801 688 4299