TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, & SECURITY CLEARANCE – JOB SEEKER
With over 50 events being held throughout the country, Targeted Job Fairs (A Dice service) is the premier producer of career fairs catering to technology, engineering and security-cleared professionals in the United States.
Technology, Engineering and Security Clearance Career Fairs are designed to bring industry leading companies and highly qualified talent together. Attending these events is a great way to bolster your job-seeking efforts, enabling you to meet recruiters and hiring managers from companies and organizations actively looking to fill immediate Technology, Engineering and Security Clearance openings.
Most prospective employees stick with the traditional methods of finding a job by answering ads posted in newspapers or on online job boards. By attending career fairs, you are putting yourself directly in front of the companies that need your skills, giving yourself a leg up on the competition. Learn how to ace a job fair.
Is Security Clearance and/or US Citizenship required?
Some companies may require Active Security Clearance or US Citizenship, but our career fairs are open to all qualified job seekers, regardless of clearance or citizenship status.
Is there anything that I should bring?
Please be sure to print your pre-registration slip from our website after you register online and bring it with you, along with several copies of your resume. It is also important to bring items such as business cards, a pen and something to write notes on.
How should I dress?
You should dress professionally for this event. Most candidates are business casual and some dress more formally. First impressions make the biggest impact and appearance is a large part of how the recruiter will remember you.
What type of positions will companies be looking to fill?
Each career fair has a unique lineup of companies and specific positions will vary from event to event. Here is a list of the types of openings companies generally recruit for at our events:
- Information Technology
- Software, Hardware & Firmware
- Advanced Manufacturing
- Information Systems
- Mechanical Engineering
- Aerospace & Defense
- Design, Quality & Test Engineering
- Systems Integration
- Information Assurance
- Network Engineering
- Systems Administration
- Database Development
- Project Management
- …Other Related Disciplines
Also, don’t forget that attending industry conferences can be a great opportunity to network with others in the defense industry, learn new tricks of the trade and hear about companies you might not have otherwise heard of.