Defence and security company Saab Australia is undertaking a major recruitment drive to attract software, hardware, systems and cyber-security engineers.
FILE PHOTO: AWD Hobart on initial sea trials, 2016. Photo courtesy the AWD Alliance.
This is a direct result of the Australian government’s announcement mandating the company’s Combat Management System across the Royal Australian Navy fleet.
Managing Director of Saab Australia Andy Keough said the company was looking to significantly increase its workforce from 350 to around 600, following the government’s decision to support Saab’s key role in Australia’s growing defence industry.
“Our recruitment drive is nationwide, providing opportunities across a broad spectrum of defence and civil projects and extensive research and development,” Mr Keough said.
“Our plans are long term, offering careers, not just jobs.”
The recruitment drive follows Saab’s recent announcement to expand its facilities in collaboration with UniSA, creating more than 200 new jobs in Adelaide alone.
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