Sierra Nevada Corporation Announces Dream Chaser® Career Fair Next Week in Denver
Sparks, Nev., - August 17, 2012 - Sierra Nevada Corporation's (SNC) Space Systems will host a career fair next week hiring engineers, technicians and other essential program personnel to design and build its Dream Chaser Space System at its Louisville, Colo., headquarters as well as several positions at SNC's headquarters in Sparks, Nev.,. Dream Chaser is being developed as part of NASA's Commercial Crew Program to transport crew and critical cargo to and from low Earth orbit, including the International Space Station.
Located 22 miles northwest of Denver, Louisville is nestled within the Rocky Mountains. The city's small town feel is complimented by its vibrant, urban atmosphere and diverse amenities. The Rockies offer breathtaking views, world-class hiking, biking, and skiing, among other attractions. The city itself is welcoming and family friendly. These factors, in combination with low crime rates and high education achievements, earned Louisville No. 1 ranking in CNN Money's 'Best Place to Live' in 2011. Louisville and the surrounding Denver Metro area have some of the highest paid aerospace engineers in the country and it is the second largest area for aerospace employment concentration in the nation.
SNC's Space Systems will host the career fair for highly qualified individuals to join the Dream Chaser team in Louisville, Colo:
Tuesday, August 21st, 2012
8:00 am - 8:00 pm
650 15th St
Denver, Colorado 80202
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About Sierra Nevada Corporation's Space Systems
Sierra Nevada Corporation's Space Systems business area headquartered in Louisville, Colorado, designs and manufactures advanced spacecraft, space vehicles, rocket motors and spacecraft subsystems and components for the US Government, commercial customers as well as for the international market. SNC Space Systems has more than 25 years of space heritage in space and has participated in over 400 successful space missions through the delivery of over 4,000 systems, subsystems and components. During its history, SNC Space Systems has concluded over 70 programs for NASA and over 50 other clients. For more information about SS visit www.sncspace.com.
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About Sierra Nevada Corporation
Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) is one of America's fastest growing private companies based on its significant expansion and reputation for rapid, innovative, and agile technology solutions in electronics, aerospace, avionics, space, propulsion, micro-satellite, aircraft, communications systems and solar energy. Under the leadership of CEO Fatih Ozmen and Chairman and President Eren Ozmen, SNC employs over 2,100 people in 31 locations in 16 states. SNC's six unique business areas are dedicated to providing leading-edge solutions to SNC's dynamic customer base.
SNC is also the Top Woman-Owned Federal Contractor in the United States. Over the last 30 years under the Ozmen's leadership, SNC has remained focused on providing its customers the very best in diversified technologies to meet their needs and has a strong and proven track record of success. The company continues to focus its growth on the commercial sector through internal advancements and outside acquisitions, including the emerging markets of renewable energy, telemedicine, nanotechnology, cyber and net-centric operations. For more information on SNC visit www.sncorp.com.
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