BAE’s New Hampshire Expansion to Add EW Program Support Jobs

BAE Systems is looking for more than 700 professionals to work at its new campus in Manchester, N.H., and other company facilities in the region.

The defense contractor said Wednesday it currently has job openings in the manufacturing, engineering, program management, business development and operations areas.

The 200K-square-foot campus is being built to primarily house employees who can support electronic warfare programs.

During 2018, BAE hired over 1.1K workers and expanded its operating space in New Hampshire to 2.6M square feet as the company projected growth in its EW, precision munitions, undersea systems, threat management, autonomous technology, space and cyber business areas.

“We are committed to supporting the New Hampshire region and beyond by leveraging our rapid growth in 2018 to offer new, high-tech jobs across an expanding footprint in the communities in which we live and work,” said Terry Crimmins, president of BAE Systems’ Nashua-based electronic systems division.

Last year, the company’s expansion efforts in the neighboring Massachussetts has led to the creation of more than 60 jobs and added $245.7M to the state economy.

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