If you want to obtain a defense industry job, you need to impress hiring managers. Here’s what Fulcrum is looking for in a candidate.

“When somebody applies for a position, it always has to be a good match. For them, for the company, for the hiring manager, for the customer,” said Nettie Stevens, recruiter with Fulcrum. “We don’t just want to put a butt in a seat. There has to be a good match. We want everybody happy.”

“I like to see people who stay in positions two years,” said Stevens. “Then I know that if they come on board with us that they’re going to stay with us.”

Seventy-five percent of positions at Fulcrum require a security clearance. The remainder require a public trust. Fulcrum looks for candidates with the right mix of skills and experience. Check out their career opportunities here.

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