For over 65 years, Teledyne Brown has been at the forefront of full-spectrum engineering, systems analysis, design and integration, advanced manufacturing, and support services. Established to assist Dr. Wernher von Braun's rocket team in the early 1950's, Teledyne was the first high-technology firm in Huntsville. Since Teledyne's inception, we have been a part of every major NASA manned space effort, including the ongoing operation of the International Space Station. We are currently contributing to NASA's return to the moon and the United States' eventual manned mission to Mars.
Our company was also the first tenant of Cummings Research Park, which was established by the company's first president, Milton Cummings. The park is now the second-largest research and technology park in the United States and the fourth largest in the world. Today, we are applying the same engineering practices and standards that helped put man onto the moon to domains ranging from the deepest parts of the ocean, to high-altitude hypersonic technology, to the farthest reaches of space. The extraordinary vision and talent that defined Teledyne Brown's first workforce in the 1950's has remained our standard through the years. Therefore, attracting and retaining the best technical experts and highly qualified personnel is key to our longevity and success.
Teledyne Brown is only as good as the people we employ. We are looking for employees who excel in their field and are passionately dedicated to their work. In addition to expertise, we are looking for employees who have strong ethics and character. We are a company whose business standards are made up of the highest level of integrity and honesty. We realize that our employees are our future, and we invest in them in many ways. Start or continue your career with a company that continues to be a leader in space, maritime, energy, nuclear, defense, and advanced manufacturing.