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Non-Destructive Test Technician

Technician working on PGK in Plymouth, Minnesota

Northrop Grumman solves the toughest problems in space, aeronautics, defense, and cyberspace to meet the ever-evolving needs of our customers worldwide. We are at the forefront of building converged networks to ensure the security of our nation and its’ allies. Our Non-Destructive Test Technician (NDT) team works daily on some of Northrop Grumman’s most technologically advanced aircraft, and our sites are uniquely suited for the development, prototyping, production, and testing of military aircraft systems, both manned and unmanned.

Bring your experience and take advantage of this opportunity to discover how you can start to push past possible and achieve your goals today. With Northrop Grumman, our NDT team enjoys a diverse, collaborative environment that is supportive in launching your career. We are seeking experienced Non-Destructive Test Technicians across the country to support information systems lifecycle activities. Perform Assessments Certification and Accreditation activities prepare the system Security Plans and update the Plan of Actions and Milestones POA&M.

At Northrop Grumman, we help to prepare you for the next level opportunity and assist with attainment and maintenance of your certifications. Learn more about how you can become a member of our Chief Information Office. We offer long term career options and flexible work schedules.

Grow your career at Northrop Grumman and find out what is possible.

What's great about
Northrop Grumman

  1. Be part of a culture that thrives on intellectual curiosity, cognitive diversity and bringing your whole self to work.
  2. Use your skills to build and deliver innovative tech solutions that protect the world and shape a better future.
  3. Enjoy benefits like work-life balance, education assistance and paid time off.

Did you know?

Northrop Grumman leads the industry team for NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, the largest, most complex and powerful space telescope ever built. Launched in December 2021, the telescope incorporates innovative design, advanced technology, and groundbreaking engineering, and will fundamentally alter our understanding of the universe.