Our missions are complex, long-lasting, far-reaching—and each one is unique. We’re constantly developing new mission-specific software. For designers, engineers, architects, and developers who like to test the limits, JPL is a constant source of new stimulating challenges.
|Flight Software Engineer II, TS/SCI||Software and Computing Systems||Embedded/Flight Software Engineering|
|Full Stack Web Developer||Software and Computing Systems||Visualization & User Interface Software Engineering|
|Geospatial Image Data Specialist||Software and Computing Systems||Data Science|
|Ground Systems Engineer - I&T||Software and Computing Systems||Software Systems Engineering|
|Lead Ground Systems Engineer - (V&V and I&T)||Software and Computing Systems||Software Systems Engineering|
JPL missions require real-time collaboration across many organizations, including JPL, the NASA Centers, vendors, and space agencies in partner nations. Ranked by ComputerWorld as one of Best Places to Work in IT, JPL offers the most fascinating IT challenges in a stimulating environment.
|Senior Teamcenter Solution Architect||Software and Computing Systems||Enterprise Systems Analysis|
Cybersecurity is a challenge throughout our connected world, but JPL’s situation is particularly complex and important. We gather data from the far reaches of space and need to keep it protected. Our information is highly sensitive, and subject to security clearances through NASA and other government agencies, so it requires the special care of dedicated cybersecurity experts.
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