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Support the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Passenger Systems Program Directorate

Northrop Grumman is looking for highly skilled, dedicated and motivated professionals to join our team in supporting the United States (U.S.) Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Passenger Systems Program Directorate (PSPD) and its vital mission supporting national security (24/7/365).

If you’re interested in moving into a new and rapidly evolving arena, meet the qualifications, and are interested in leading a team of highly skilled professionals supporting this program we highly encourage you to apply.

Most positions and experience levels are available supporting various elements of this program such as:

  • Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud Transition
  • Biometrics
  • DevOps
  • JIRA Dashboards and Standards
  • Mobile Responsive Design
  • Operations and Maintenance (O&M)
  • PSPD Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)
  • Software Design Documentation/Confluence Collaboration
  • UI/UX Common Look/Feel for CBP/PSPD

These positions provide upward and long-term career growth and excellent benefits such as Holidays, PTO, medical and career development opportunities.

PSPD offers purposeful work supporting border crossing traveler activities, inspections at all ports of entry and modernizing our current infrastructure.

If you do not see your position listed but are interested in a Java career, we still want to speak with you!

Click here to submit your resume for further consideration.


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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 flexible work schedules, 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.