PRIMARY EMPLOYER NUMERICA CORPORATION HIRES 3 AT LOVELAND HQ, POSTS 13 MORE OPENINGS
LOVELAND, CO (November 29, 2010) – Numerica Corporation, a recognized global leader in defense technology, hired three new employees at their Northern Colorado headquarters, and posted 12 job openings and one paid graduate-level internship online at www.Numerica.us.
Numerica recently hired Becky Jensen (Colorado State University ’93) as Marketing Manager. Jensen brings to the position more than 15 years experience in public relations, branding, media relations and marketing strategy.
John Bradbury (The George Washington University Law School ’08), joins Numerica as Manager of Contracts/Counsel. As a former associate attorney with Denver-based McKenna, Long & Aldridge, LLP, Bradbury gained a strong working knowledge of intellectual property licensure and contract law.
Sabino Gadaleta, Ph.D. (Colorado State University ’00) rejoins Numerica as Senior Research Scientist after a five-year hiatus working for EADS Defence Electronics in Unterschleissheim, Germany, as a systems engineer. Gadaleta originally worked for Numerica between 2001 and 2005 after defending his Ph.D. in Mathematics thesis “Optimal Chaos Control through Reinforcement Learning” at Colorado State.
Numerica is looking for 13 elite candidates with advanced degrees in applied math, electrical engineering, computer science, statistics or other related fields. Current job openings include: software engineers (4), research scientists (5), computational scientists (3) and one paid graduate-level software engineer internship that reimburses in-state tuition. Nine of the 13 positions will work in Loveland, Colo., two positions will be filled in Dayton, Ohio, and two positions will be filled in Pasadena, Calif.
“We’re hiring the best and brightest candidates to keep pace with Numerica’s exceptional growth,” said Numerica president Jeff Poore. “There is noble and interesting work to be done at Numerica, and we’re always looking for great minds to join our team.”
Numerica recognizes the positive impact of 16 new primary jobs on the local economies of Loveland, Dayton and Pasadena. “Our revenues come from outside the region and fuel the economic bases where we office,” said Poore. “All of us at Numerica take great pride in knowing we’re contributing to the economic vitality of our local communities.”
Since 1996, Loveland-based Numerica Corporation has been an agile and innovative small business leader in the defense industry, bringing together some of the best minds to research and solve the world’s most challenging scientific problems. Today, nearly 50 employees in Colorado, Ohio and California provide state-of-the-art research and product development in the areas of air and missile defense, layered sensing, cyber security, geospatial information systems (GIS), chemical and biological detection, and space situational awareness. Numerica’s reputation, strong industry relationships, and commitment to providing solutions for “unsolvable” problems, continue to generate growing demand for its products and services. Current job openings and more information at www.Numerica.us.
Becky Jensen, Marketing Manager
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