Entry-Level Engineers and Scientists

How would you like to work for one of Indiana’s largest high-tech employers with over 2,000 scientists, engineers and technicians?

NSWC Crane’s technological reach is global, and at any given time, hundreds of its more than 3,100 employees are supporting the Warfighter around the world.

  • Expeditionary Warfare – Crane is a major supplier of Small Arms Weapons, Sensors, and Equipment used by the US Special forces.  We do engineering and development work in Electro Optics technology (night vision and lasers), design and build command and control shelters for the US Marine Corps, provide training to the Special Forces and more.
  • Strategic Missions – Crane develops, deploys and sustains the technology that ensures strategic weapons systems (primarily for Trident submarine) and missile defense systems are fully reliable and always available to defend the nation.
  • Electronic Warfare/Information Operations – we enable the Warfighter to dominate the electromagnetic spectrum, across all branches of the military and within all domains (air, land, sea).

NSWC Crane offers much more than great job opportunities.  Enjoy a free gym on base that offers fitness classes and competitive tournaments throughout the year.  Our recreational opportunities include hunting, fishing and camping!  Take advantage of the great perks such as the possibility to telework and various work schedules to promote work/life balance.  Many positions offer travel opportunities all across the world!  Partake in employee organizations to meet new people and network across the installation.  NSWC Crane offers a wonderful mentoring program and other career development opportunities. 

Engineer and Scientist Fact Sheets here.

Email your resume to crane_recruiting@navy.mil

Search for positions with NSWC Crane on www.usajobs.gov by entering “Naval Sea Systems Command” for keyword and “Crane, IN” as location search criteria.

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