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I have been working at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence full-time (More than 5 years)
Possible to maintain a good work-life balance.
A lot of very good customer facing colleagues.
New MD shows promise.
Very hard to see how this business can ever thrive under the BAE Systems culture which is an entirely wrong fit.
More of a focus on numbers than people.
In the difficult middle - too old and too big to be a cool tech start up, too small to make a real dent against the services and tech giants.
General muddle - inability to sort anything properly out, like internal IT.
Slow or no career development - the culture has in-built mechanisms such as rigid structures and annual reviews to keep people where they are and there is a lack of provision of L&D generally.
Advice to Management
You've got to improve the support and internal service provision to customer facing personnel: Sort out the IT and get the internal functions to understand their job is to help win and deliver not to put barriers in the way.
You've hired a lot of good people on the customer-facing side - let them have a real say and stake in the company's evolution - they have ideas and energy.
Real leadership development is needed - senior managers need to engage the people.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence (Dublin, Co. Dublin (Ireland)).
After applying online with my CV I had a face to face interview with a lead developer and a development manager. The questions mainly about my CV and experience, there were some minor technical questions. The next and final stage was another face to face interview with a different manager and lead developer of another team. I was asked to prepare a presentation on a technical topic of my choice, after the presentation and related questions there were some Java questions and generic "why do you want to work here" type questions. The interviewers made me feel comfortable, it felt very conversational.
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