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Since our creation in 1988 Advanced Technologies, Inc. has contributed significantly to the advancement of research and applications in the aerospace industry. Advanced Technologies became an employee-owned company in January 2000.

ATI is an Equal Opportunity Employer (M/F/D/V)

For competitive salary and benefits with challenging employment opportunities, send resume to hreng@ati-research.com(Engineering), hrfab@ati-research.com (Fabrication) or mail resumes to:

Human Resources - Employment
Advanced Technologies, Incorporated
875 City Center Boulevard
Newport News, Virginia 23606
FAX: 1-757-873-3711


 

Location

hampton roads aerospace companyNewport News, Virginia is a city of more than 185,000 residents, is at the mid-point of the Atlantic Coast and at the center of the Hampton Roads metropolitan region. Newport News is served by interstate highways, rail, the Port of Hampton Roads and three commercial airports.

More than 20 international firms are located in the city including Siemens, Canon, Muller Martini, Ferguson Enterprises, TwinPak and Iceland Seafood.

Technology in the Area

Two national laboratories, The Jefferson Lab and NASA's Langley Research Center, give the city an impressive technology base. The labs support local industry through both contracting and technology transfer.

In the private sector, Siemens conducts automotive research and development. Huntington-Ingalls Newport News Shipbuilding, Virginia's largest private-sector employer, also has evolved into a high-tech company. The city's Economic Development Authority recently opened the $58 million Virginia Advanced Shipbuilding and Carrier Integration Center, where shipyard engineers and university researchers will help design the Navy's future aircraft carriers. The EDA is also building a 195,000-square-foot Downtown Engineering Center for the shipyard.

Six universities with graduate programs, two community colleges and a medical college enhance the region's science and technology environment.

Quality of Life

Workers are attracted to the region's superb lifestyle.  The James River, Chesapeake Bay and nearby Atlantic Ocean provide abundant water recreation. Waterfront homes are surprisingly affordable, and a choice of several golf club communities are found throughout the area.

Area attractions include Colonial Williamsburg and Busch Gardens. World-class museums include The Mariner's Museum and The Virginia Living Museum.  Cultural amenities such as symphony, ballet, opera and theater are available at numerous venues in the Hampton Roads metropolitan region.