One of the goals for MAPS is to help build a research and development ecosystem in Singapore. Through the hiring and training of local Singapore talent, our goal is to ensure the solutions we develop are appropriate to the unique challenges facing the Asia Pacific region. As we have openings, they will be posted through the Ministry of Manpower jobs bank site.

Featured Opening(s): Software Systems Engineer

Julia Goh

What's It Like Working for MITRE in Singapore? Meet Juliana Goh!

When Juliana Goh earned her Ph.D. from the University of Illinois, she wanted to put her expertise as a human factors engineer to work for The MITRE Corporation. "I liked MITRE's not-for-profit status and its commitment to serving the public interest," she says. "MITRE was the only company I knew with that status in aviation. That's where I wanted to focus."

But when she graduated, Goh wasn't eligible for employment at MITRE. A Singapore national, she didn't meet our requirement that employees be U.S. citizens or permanent residents. An odd twist of fate ultimately intervened, however. The combination of her status as a Singapore citizen and her expertise in human-centered engineering and aviation helped Goh achieve her ultimate dream: to do international aviation research—as a MITRE employee.

Two years after joining MITRE, Goh began supporting Singapore with its aviation infrastructure needs. "I led the effort to create a research and development roadmap for the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS). Since aviation growth in the Asia Pacific Region is exploding, CAAS needed a plan to accommodate that regional growth. MITRE developed a roadmap as a first step in that effort."

Goh highly recommends MITRE as a place to work. "You can do meaningful research and serve the public good," she says. "Plus, it's a great place to be if variety and professional growth are important to you.

Read the whole story on MITRE's website.

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