Careers

RESEARCH, ENGINEERING, MANUFACTURING, QUALITY ASSURANCE AND MORE

At Airborne Systems, we engineer and manufacture high-quality, high-performance parachutes and related products for the military and for search and rescue. For nearly a century, we have set the standard for capability, quality and performance with our world-class engineering, manufacturing, training and service.

Airborne Systems is a global company, which brings to the market and its customers a history and legacy that embraces four of the world’s leading parachute companies. No other parachute company has the resources of Airborne Systems.

Each company within Airborne Systems provides a variety of career opportunities, professional growth, and comprehensive benefits that allows Airborne Systems to attract and retain its most important asset; it’s Human Capital.

Come be a part of this successful, respected, and growing team. We especially welcome Transitioning Military Personnel to explore the opportunities available at Airborne Systems.

Airborne Systems is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Available Positions

Pennsauken, New Jersey

The IT Support Technician supports onsite and remote users and equipment by serving as a first point of contact for resolving IT related problems for approximately 80 onsite and additional remote users. Good troubleshooting and diagnostic skills required to quickly resolve problems as they arise.
This position primarily includes working with AutoCAD and SoildWorks in order to create manufacturing drawings for parachutist’s high altitude breathing oxygen equipment and parts as well as updating existing drawings in AutoCAD and SolidWorks through verbal communication and/or mark-ups. The position also includes supporting the oxygen systems research and development team for lab prototype testing.
Completes a combination of the sewing functions required to assemble the raw materials for the manufacture of the parachutes and/or related parts, in a reasonable period of time and in accordance with company quality standards. This position generally requires a skilled operator comfortable working with difficult, awkward materials and capable of using standard measuring tools. Daily duties will include the operation of any or all of the following sewing/other machines, both manual and computer driven automatic: all gauge double needle, single needle, bartackers, zigzag and merrow/overlock.