Careers in Team Tempest

Welcome to our bold vision for the future. Tempest is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to bring game-changing technology to life.
Across our Team Tempest partnership, we already have close to 2,500 extraordinary people working on ground-breaking innovations like augmented reality cockpits, sustainable power solutions, Artificial Intelligence and next generation sensor technology.
Our collective mission? To create a world-leading international system which operates at the cutting edge of what is possible - and helps protect our nation and our allies for decades to come.


BAE Systems

From complex engineering projects to world-class cyber security solutions, everyone at BAE Systems plays a part in helping our customers protect what matters most.


Leonardo is made up of extraordinary people who do extraordinary things. Discover more about the exciting opportunities to join our dynamic and diverse team shaping the future of combat air.


There's a huge variety of opportunities for talented people from all backgrounds. Explore the different areas of our business and find the one that excites you.


We pioneer the power that matters to connect, power and protect society. Together, we can do amazing things.

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Team Tempest Roundtable highlights
In this special edition of the Future Horizons - Tempest podcast, we have teamed up with the Royal Aeronautical Society for an update on the Future Combat Air Systems (FCAS) programme. 
The Royal Aeronautical Society is the world's only professional membership association dedicated to the aerospace and aviation industry. In October 2022, the Society hosted a high-level discussion on the unique role Tempest will play in the delivery of the next generation of global Combat Air capability.
In this podcast, we hear from Richard Berthon, UK MOD Director of Future Combat Air, Herman Claesen, FCAS Managing Director, BAE Systems and Air Cdre Jonny Moreton, UK MOD  FCAS Portfolio Director, as they reflect on the key points discussed at the roundtable discussion hosted by Aerospace Editor-in-Chief, Tim Robinson.
Published 14 November 2022