Excellence in Diversity

Excellence in Diversity

Inclusion is one of ULA’s core values that we foster as a company and as a team. Diversity of thought and talent brings a level of success to teams, organizations and a company that would not be possible otherwise. At ULA, we create an environment of learning and growth through buddy assignments, mentoring, coaching, job rotations, apprenticeships, expert/protégé pairings and a myriad of other programs focused on professional development. The spectrum of talent, from entry-level through seasoned employees, are all in essential roles focused on mission success. Team collaboration and personal contributions of ideas and input are highly valued and rewarded at every level in the company.

Employee Resource Groups (ERGs)

Employee Resource Groups, or ERGs, are employee-led groups that engage in professional and personal development efforts, participation in networking activities, and support ULA's business strategies and programs. Each ERG is open to all ULA employees. ERGs may affiliate with approved external professional organizations to increase awareness, to network, and to enhance professional skills.

New Employees Boosting ULA (NEBULA), Women in Launch (WIL), The African-American Leadership and Engagement Networking Team (TAALENT), Out in Space, and Asian and Pacific Islanders Sustaining Culture Experience and Networking for Employees (API SCENE) foster team building, community engagement and professional development.

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Reasonable Accommodation

We strive to provide reasonable accommodation for qualified individuals with disabilities, including disabled veterans, in our job application and hiring process. If you are interested in employment opportunities with ULA and are having difficulty using our online system or need assistance, please contact our staffing department at 1-866-972-0012 or ula.staffing@ulalaunch.com. For a voice recording, click here.

Equal Employment/Affirmative Action

ULA is an equal opportunity employer. ULA prohibits discrimination against any employee or qualified candidate for employment because of the individual's race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, protected veteran's status, or any other characteristic protected by law. ULA will take affirmative action to ensure that all employment decisions, including but not limited to those involving recruitment, hiring, promotion, training, working conditions, compensation, benefits, transfer, discipline, and discharge, are free from unlawful discrimination. For additional information, click the appropriate link for the EEO poster: English or Spanish.