Current Opportunities

Once you have found the vacancy you want to apply for using the search tool below, click on the 'Apply' button. You will then need to fill out a short form and attach your CV.

Please note your details will remain on MBDA’s files for six months and will be periodically reviewed against all our new vacancies (unless you inform us otherwise).

UK SC clearance must be gained for all roles based in the UK. Please see Security Requirements for more information.

How to apply

Search our positions by selecting a location below. To see all openings sorted by location select "-Any-". Each job description includes a link for applying and submitting your CV to us online. This is the fastest and most reliable way to be considered for any of our positions.

Meet Our People


Whether it’s the freedom to make their own decisions or the opportunities to learn and develop their personal skills, discover exactly what makes MBDA attractive to our experienced hires.

Training and development

To enable and to encourage employees to enhance their technical and professional skills and knowledge, MBDA offers a wide and varied range of development opportunities.

These include:

Internal and external training courses

Further education

Language training

Online learning

Programme of Self Assisted Study (PASS)

Recruitment process

Our recruitment process is designed to allow us to assess your skills, qualities and experience but is also there to help you decide if we are the right employer for you.

Step 1: Once your CV has been received we will pre-screen your application in line with each role you have applied for, and if unsuccessful at this stage you will receive an email advising you (assuming you have applied directly and not via a recruitment agency)

Recruitment process

Step 2: If your application is successful through our initial screening, we'll contact you to arrange the next steps. The Interview process could consist of one or a number of the below depending on the role and level of the role you have applied for: a telephone interview, assessment centre, online testing (such as personality questionnaire, numerical or verbal test etc.), presentation, role play or face to face technical and competency (behavioural) interview

Recruitment process

Step 3: Please note that at some point in the process we will take copies of your passport and ask you to complete a security pack. If you have been successful and received a job offer, we will look to carry out security clearance, medical checks and take up references from previous employers (with your permission to do so)

When Applying

  • Make sure your CV has been put together using a clear typeface.
  • Start with a one-paragraph summary of your strengths and experience.
  • Place your career history in reverse: current job first.
  • Bullet point your experience for each role/company you have worked for instead of lengthy paragraphs.
  • Check for spelling mistakes.
  • Keep the CV at a sensible length - ideally no more than three pages.
  • Remember to put your name, address and contact details at the top.
  • Take time to complete all sections of the online application.
  • Tailor your CV and application for the role you are applying to.

Tips and Advice

We are very aware how nervous candidates can be at interview. The following hints will help you feel more prepared for the interview and put you in the right frame of mind.

Be interested

Show an interest in our company by understanding what we do and how we evolved. We want to see that you have an understanding and genuine interest in us.

Be ready

Interviewers will typically offer you the opportunity to discuss your experience and ask further questions. It is important to know your CV and are prepared to discuss specific achievements.

Be prepared

Prepare for your interview and plan your route, allowing extra time for any unexpected delays. Speak clearly and relax. On the day, make sure you bring all your paperwork.

Ask Questions

You should always have questions for your interviewer to demonstrate your interest in the position and to ensure that you have enough information to make a decision on whether we are the right company for you.

What to take

On the day, make sure you bring the interview invitation, identification, a copy of your CV, a copy of the job description, questions you would like to ask, and any paperwork you have been asked to complete…


We aim to provide interview feedback within three working days of the interview, however, there are occasions where a decision may be delayed, but we would keep you informed if that was to be the case.


MBDA continues to strive towards bringing together the best skills and candidates across Europe and indeed the UK, and although the primary focus is to bring employees here on a permanent basis sometimes business requirements dictate the need for subcontract staff to fill shortfalls or indeed identify specific niche skill sets.

Therefore if you would like to be considered for any subcontract opportunities within MBDA you will need to contact any of our recruitment partners.


Who is eligible?

Where will I be working? Will I be required to move?

Will I receive any training?

Will I have the opportunity to work overseas?

Will I be expected to work overtime?

What is the dress code?

I have already applied for one role, can I apply for another?

I have searched through your jobs, but I can’t find a role that suits me. Can I send you my CV?

I know someone at MBDA and they referred me. Can they benefit from this?

Do you sponsor visa applications?

Do you provide interview feeback?