Booz Allen Hamilton to Add 90 Jobs in San Antonio Offices

Booz Allen Hamilton has announced it will add 90 jobs to its already 530-strong offices in San Antonio, Texas, the San Antonio Business Journal reported Tuesday.

Technology jobs make up the bulk of the openings, which include positions for network engineers and cybersecurity analysts for the U.S. Air Force, a health data scientist for the Military Health System and a user interface designer for 3D simulations. 

High security clearance levels are needed for some of the job postings.

The company hopes to give some of the jobs to military spouses in the said market, executives told the Business Journal.

Ken Mills, senior vice president for Booz Allen Hamilton’s Air Force clients, sees expansion in both commercial and international business as the company continues to service federal civil agencies and departments that deal with matters of national security.

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