Officials at the Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center are preparing for a hiring surge. Corporate Operations Department Director Nancy Maloy says “fiscally constrained times” have kept hiring to a minimum in recent years. The center is now authorized to add nearly 400 people this year in more than a dozen fields, including computer, mechanical and electrical engineering as well as information technology. In addition, Melinda Hendrix says around 100 co-op jobs for students will be available this year.

Source: Inside INdiana Business

March 24, 2015

News Release

CRANE, Ind. – Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), Crane Division has received authority to hire more than 350 new employees this fiscal year. For the first time in several years, this authority will account for a small amount of growth in the number of Crane's government employees.

“In fiscally constrained times, we generally are allowed to hire to attrition, which means we maintain the same number of employees accounting for retirements and resignations,” stated Ms. Nancy Maloy, director of the Corporate Operations Department. “Because our workload demand is on the rise, NAVSEA has authorized NSWC Crane to hire more personnel allowing us to increase our numbers to maintain the technical intellectual capital required to perform our mission.”

A number of jobs are already open to applicants, with positions available at all degree levels. Job listings are available at and will be updated throughout the year. NSWC Crane seeks U.S. citizens to fill positions in all of the following career fields:




-Computer Engineering

-Electrical Engineering

-Electronic Technicians

-Human Resources

-Industrial Engineering

-Information Technology

-Logistics / Program Analysts


-Mechanical Engineering

-Project Management

NSWC Crane is a naval laboratory and a field activity of Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) with focus areas in Special Missions, Strategic Missions and Electronic Warfare. The warfare center's research and development efforts support the warfighter by providing capabilities and resources to advance technologies for the military.

Located on the third largest naval installation in the world, NSWC Crane's $1.5B business base supports the Navy by leveraging its technical capabilities to support the warfighter in this rapidly changing combat environment. Employees provide comprehensive support for complex military systems spanning design, development, deployment and sustainment.

Source: The Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center

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