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At Jacobs, we help prepare people for new opportunities and challenges in their careers. With positions at every level, openings in multiple disciplines, expertise in a range of markets and offices around the globe, we create an environment where you can learn, grow, and thrive.

If you share our commitment to doing what's best for clients, enjoy working in teams and hold yourself to the highest ethical standards, you'll fit right in.

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We have jobs for you!

With positions at every level, openings in multiple disciplines, expertise in a range of markets and offices around the globe, Jacobs creates an environment where you can learn, grow, and thrive. Our Hot Jobs feature a few current openings by location or discipline with the hope of reaching the qualified, interested persons ready for the next challenge in their career. To view all available jobs, please Apply for a Job.

Hot Job

IT & Cybersecurity

Posted on Tuesday, July 10, 2018 | Location: Florida and Texas

Jacobs is seeking IT and Cybersecurity professionals, holding active Secret to Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS/SCI) clearance, to support the 53rd Wing Technical Support Services (53rd WTSS) contract. These positions will provide data network systems, cybersecurity and personnel security services to support the 53rd Wing and 96th Test Wing test and evaluation missions and the 53rd Wing’s electronic warfare mission for the U.S. Air Force. Positions are located at Eglin Air Force Base (AFB) and Tyndall AFB in Florida and Lackland AFB in Texas.

Opportunities include:

  • Client Support Administrator/Technician
  • Cybersecurity Configuration Specialist
  • Government SAP Security Officer (GSSO)
  • Information Systems Security Officers (ISSO)
  • Project Manager
  • Software Engineer / Application Developer
  • Software Engineer / Web App Developer
  • System Administrator

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IT & Security Consultants

Posted on Monday, July 2, 2018 | Location: Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C.

Jacobs is seeking Data Analytics and Security Professionals to support several government clients in Northern Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C. These positions range from Database Developers to Information Systems Security Managers. Clearance requirements vary by position.

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A few of our top positions include:

  Position Clearance Required Location Reference Number
SOC DirectorU.S. CitizenshipArlington, VAI2S0002BY
Senior Systems EngineerTS/SCI with PolygraphColumbia, MDI2S0002ZA
Security Control Assessor (SCA)TS/SCI with PolygraphColumbia, MDI2S0002NX
Computer Network Defense (CND) AnalystTS/SCI with PolygraphFort Meade, MDI2S000273
Database Developer/AdministratorTS/SCI with PolygraphMclean, VAI2S0002XM
Sr. Data Analytics ConsultantTS/SCI with PolygraphReston, VAI2S0002HJ
Business Operations ManagerTS/SCI with PolygraphReston, VAI2S0002Z3
Full Stack DeveloperTop SecretWashington, D.C.I2S0002VW
Cloud EngineerTop SecretWashington, D.C.I2S0002UP
Sr. Vulnerability Management EngineerU.S. CitizenshipWashington, D.C.I2S0002BM

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Hot Job

IT Engineers

Posted on Monday, June 25, 2018 | Location: Colorado Springs, CO and Huntsville, AL

Jacobs is seeking IT Engineers to support the Integrated Research & Development for Enterprise Solutions (IRES) follow-on contract for the Missile Defense Agency, a research, development and acquisition agency within the US Department of Defense. Clearance requirements vary by position.

  Position Clearance Required Location Reference Number
Cross-Domain Solutions (CDS) Cybersecurity Engineer IIITop SecretColorado Springs, CO AS000360
ArcSight AdministratorSecretColorado Springs, COAS00039V
Systems Administrator 2 (CLAW MRT Mission Unique)Secret, ability to obtain a Top SecretColorado Springs, COAS0003BU
Test Controller (BMDS Hardware-in-the-Loop/Ground Test)SecretHuntsville, ALAS00038R
Test Controller (BMDS Hardware-in-the-Loop/Ground Test)SecretHuntsville, ALAS00038T
ArcSight AdministratorSecretHuntsville, ALAS00039W

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Part-Time/Flexible Working

Posted on Monday, June 18, 2018 | Location: United Kingdom

At Jacobs in the UK, we understand the importance of a positive work-life balance and fully encourage part-time and flexible working. We are committed to support various working patterns. We have opportunities available in our Strategic Consulting and Digital Solutions, Highways and Environmental and Maritime and Resilience teams.

If you are looking to get back into work after a career break, have personal commitments that demand an alternative working pattern, or just looking for a new challenge, we want to hear from you.

We have featured roles available in:

  • Transport Planning
  • Transport Modelling
  • Highways Engineering
  • Ecology
  • Acoustics
  • Town Planning
  • Air Quality

Jacobs are open to discuss flexible working patterns across all advertised roles.

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Grow with us

We want you to succeed.

Jacobs takes great pride in creating an ethical, safe, and healthy environment where all employees can learn, grow, and thrive, both personally and professionally. We offer a number of opportunities to get started with us, even while still in school; grow into new challenges as you progress; keep your career advancing as you are ready to take on more; and be involved with or potentially lead exciting and innovative projects that help change the world.

Grow With UsTo support our varied backgrounds, talents, skills, and styles Jacobs offers a number of employee networks to allow people to connect, collaborate, and develop. We believe a diverse workplace energizes people and encourages creativity, collaboration, and innovation. 

Offering a variety of events, mentorships, trainings, and collaborative discussions, our employee networks include:

  • Jacobs Future Network - For early career professionals, this group provides professional networking and development of early career skills. The employee-led network helps members see the opportunities available at Jacobs, feel connected to the company and their global colleagues, gain exposure to leaders, and help them shape and fulfill their career aspirations.  
  • Jacobs Next Network - Following the Jacobs Future Network, this group targets employees with 6-10 years of experience and provides the next level for deepening professional networks and leveraging those networks for further career development. Members gain exposure to senior leaders, further explore potential career paths, work on more targeted development, and play a role in advising leaders on how to improve areas of our business.
  • Jacobs Women's Network - Addresses unique challenges women may face in the industry, strengthens connections with women in leadership positions at Jacobs and other companies, and provides a forum for development and exposure to senior leaders in the company.
  • Communities of Practice (CoPs) - Arranged by lines of business, markets, and disciplines, our CoPs offer employees with similar technical backgrounds and skills, a place to meet, connect, and share best practices within their areas. Geared toward collaboration, our CoPs cross industries and geographies to contribute ideas and innovations with peers.

By embracing and appreciating our similarities and our differences, Jacobs networks foster an environment that allows everyone to reach their full potential.

As a student, Jacobs internships, co-ops, and apprenticeships provide you an opportunity to gain real-world, practical experience in your area of expertise, while helping us meet our future leaders and innovators.

Jacobs wants you to gain experience early, grow your skills while still in school, and develop a career with us from the start. We believe you have talent and value that is critical to our growth and success.

Working in a fast-paced, professional setting can give you invaluable experiences applying the knowledge and skills learned through education in a business environment. As an intern you have the opportunity to work alongside and in support of a group of world-class professionals in your chosen field of study. The program's goal is to lead you to full-time employment with us.

Internships and co-op positions vary by location, but in general you can:

  • Work with a mentor who assigns project tasks, offers guidance and answers questions about the industry
  • Work on exciting projects with variety of team members with different backgrounds, experience levels, and technical knowledge
  • Visit construction and job sites to see how our projects come together in the real world
  • Get involved with local professional associations to expand your network
  • Interact with local Jacobs leadership to understand the business side of our work
  • Attend various office-level lunch-and-learns and events
  • Get hands-on experience with the latest professional services design and management software
  • Network with other students – locally, nationally and globally

 Learn more about how others have developed a career with us.


Jacobs believes in investing in our graduates and early career professionals. Graduates are invited to join the Jacobs Future Network, designed to get you started right with your career plans, skills, and long-term development. Our network can help you see the opportunities available at Jacobs, become connected to the company and your global colleagues, gain exposure to leaders, and help shape and fulfill your career aspirations.

The network serves thousands of employees through virtual networking, growth opportunities, and events. Our annual Jacobs Future Weekend events offer participants an opportunity to meet their peers from around the world, meet our senior leaders, develop professional skills through team building exercises, and set goals for the future.

The driving force behind the network are the local Jacobs Future groups, which are led by our members – offering early leadership and management opportunities. Local chapters provide an opportunity for in-person connections; skills training, networking events, mentoring, and social events. We currently have more than 60 local programs around the world, and through the energy, engagement, and enthusiasm of our employees, that number is growing every day.

As your career progresses, Jacobs offers continuing education, training, and advancement. We want you to have a long career with us and we are committed to investing in your future.

Our ongoing development activities are aimed at all levels of our organization and are an important component to your long-term success with us.

At a local level, Jacobs offices and regions provide a variety of learning opportunities ranging from online training modules and hands-on software training, to lunch and learn events, education reimbursement programs, and individual development planning sessions.

Our established programs can help you deepen your understanding of our business approach, as well as enhance your ability to lead, train, and develop others. Courses and growth opportunities include: 

  • Continuing education classes furthering your technical certifications, accreditations, skills, and knowledge
  • On-the-job project experience
  • Grow your skills workshops
  • Safety workshops
  • Annual business meeting
  • Annual Inclusion conference
  • And a variety of courses covering Jacobs’ culture, values, ethics, and risk management programs
We want you to have a challenging and exciting career at Jacobs. Join us today!

As a craft, trade, or construction and maintenance employee, Jacobs offers you programs designed specifically for a career in the field. We continue to look for ways to help you develop and elevate your skills that will keep you with us until you retire. Jacobs targets the military, local Workforce Investment Boards, unions, and other networks to find skilled and talented craft professionals to help deliver our projects around the world.

Believing that you should “earn while you learn,” Jacobs' on-the-job Craft development programs include:

  • Helper Progression – To prepare you for the journeyman ranks, this initiative trains employees at four levels, including a skills assessments and competency test.
  • Journeyman Progression and Certification – A training program to prepare you for the NCCER Written and Performance Assessment which earns you the industry-recognized NCCER Certified Plus credentials. Read more about Jacobs' Journeyman Certification Program, in the March 2016 issue of the Industrial Projects Report.
  • Welder Development – As a structural welder, you can go through this program to learn new process knowledge, skills, and techniques – ultimately earning a “Golden Arm Welder” status.
  • Leadership Academy – This initiative identifies “high potential” journeymen and through formal training and on-the-job experience, develops them to become construction leaders and can end with site management responsibilities. 

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Our culture of caring focuses on supporting you as you develop your career with Jacobs. We want you to succeed, have a long and exciting career path, while also having and maintaining a family at home. Jacobs' primary benefits package can help you — and your families — stay healthy, save for their future, and enjoy a balanced work/life schedule.

Specific benefits vary from country to country, but typically include:

  • Flexible work schedules and opportunities to work remotely
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Retirement benefits
  • Employee stock purchase plan
  • Health benefits
  • Disability benefits
  • Life and accident insurance
  • Paid time off and paid holidays
 

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If you have applied to jobs after that time, but have forgotten your login information, please visit Jacobs – Apply for a Job, and at the sign-in page, click Forgot your user name? or Forgot your password? as appropriate. If you do not receive such an e-mail within a few minutes at the e-mail address with which you registered, look in your junk mail folder or spam filter.

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Jacobs has transitioned to a new recruiting system. You may need to create a new profile and login to apply to jobs if you applied to Jacobs prior to June - November 2015.

If you have applied to jobs after that time, but have forgotten your login information, please visit Jacobs – Apply for a Job, and at the sign in page, click Forgot your user name? or Forgot your password? as appropriate.

As an employee, you should visit the Talent Acquisition space on JacobsConnect to search and apply to available jobs.
Visit Jacobs – Apply for a Job, click Sign In on upper right-side of page. After accepting the Privacy Agreement and signing in, click on your name on the upper right-side of the page where Sign In used to be. Select Profile from the menu that appears. Advance through the process by clicking Save and Continue until you reach the File Attachments step. Follow the directions on this page to upload any attachments including your resume/CV. Click Save and Continue to advance to the final step of process, and finally click Submit to complete the process.

It has come to our attention that various individuals and/or organizations are contacting people offering false employment opportunities with Jacobs. These individuals and/or organizations may request personal information or money in order to progress the application. Jacobs does not ask for money transfers or payments from applicants to secure a job. If you are asked for money transfers or payments to secure a job, you should assume that such individuals and/or organizations are not affiliated with Jacobs and have no authority to act on our behalf and are not providing genuine opportunities or offers.

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