NASA has more than 8,000 employees with degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
But the agency is not currently hiring qualified engineers and scientists with STEM backgrounds to lead its human resources.
Here are four steps to help you find and fill those openings.1.
Understand what you want.NASA has an impressive record in attracting top talent.
The agency is an internationally recognized leader in space exploration, and in its first five years, it was the fastest-growing employer in the United States.
For this reason, it’s important to understand what you’ll need to do in order to join the agency.2.
Read the job description.
NASA’s job description says you’ll be a part of a “high-performance, multi-disciplined team.”
The description also says that your role will involve “developing, developing, and testing solutions to the challenges of space exploration and space science.”3.
Apply for an interview.
NASA is looking for people who have the “preferred technical and analytical skills and have experience in high-volume engineering operations and systems management,” as well as “excellent communication and interpersonal skills.”4.
Read about the hiring process.
For more information, visit: http://www.nasa.gov/careers/career-search/job-search.aspx?jobid=272210#.