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Fort Worth, TX

Bell offers opportunities in a variety of functions, career levels and locations. Bell Helicopter is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Learn more about our Fort Worth facilities below.

A Great Place to Work
The New Face of Aerospace

Futuristic designs like the V-22 Osprey Tiltrotor have built Bell's reputation worldwide. Heavy investments in research, development and equipment continue to make each new product as reliable as it is innovative.

An Aerodynamic Leader

With the first rhythmic turn of the rotor, it begins, and it continues throughout your career. It's the pride that comes from seeing your creation take flight, and the satisfaction of knowing you help set the pace for an entire industry. It's what attracts the most innovative aerospace professionals to Bell Helicopter Textron, and why so many careers at Bell last a lifetime.

Bell produces more than 50% of the world's commercial and military vertical-lift aircraft. More than 33,000 Bell Helicopters are at work around the world.

Our advancements in avionics, systems integration, aerodynamics and new material applications have redefined the future of vertical-lift aviation.

Bell continues to lead the industry by updating equipment in all departments and continually upgrading employee skills.

Bell encourages each person to develop professionally through on-site training and generous educational incentives. Our employees always get first notice of new job opportunities so we can promote from within whenever possible.

Going Above and Beyond

At Bell Helicopter Textron, we know it takes more than an exciting product, an inspiring work environment and a great location to attract the finest research, design and manufacturing professionals in aerospace. We also realize our future depends on our stable workforce of highly skilled technicians, talented engineers and well-trained support staff.

Bell Helicopter Textron has a stable workforce of nearly 7,000 aerospace professionals. We offer some of the most competitive salaries in the corporate world.

Our outstanding benefit package includes up to three weeks of paid vacation, major medical, dental, vision, life insurance and long and short disability insurance. We also offer tuition reimbursement, several paid holidays, on site cafeteria, and an ATM machine. A relaxed dress code, flexible hours, and a dynamic Wellness Program make Bell Helicopter a company that goes beyond expectations. Free parking or Public Transportation/Ride Share is available and the future site of a DART Station is in progress.

 Plus, we offer a 401k plan with matching funds, non-contributing pension plan, and longevity awards

An aviation leader. A career that goes above and beyond ordinary expectations. Be a part of the new face of aerospace.

The next step in achieving a brighter future is only a click away. Send your resume to Bell Helicopter Textron today.

A Great Place to Live 

Fort Worth got a rough-and-rowdy reputation early when it was settled in 1849 as an Army outpost on the fork of the Trinity River--one of eight different posts in Texas assigned to protect settlers from Indian attacks. As this thriving town became the last major stop on the legendary Chisholm Trail, it also became home to settlers and soldiers, cattle drovers and outlaws who lived it up in the legendary "Hell's Half Acre."

In the latter half of the 1800s, the arrival of the railroad transformed Fort Worth into a major shipping center for livestock. With the construction of meat packing companies, Fort Worth became the second largest livestock market in the country. With the discovery of vast oil fields in West Texas, Fort Worth grew in importance as the last large commercial center before the prairie. It was in Fort Worth that deals were made and drilling supplies were procured. These freewheeling Western roots have given rise to the Fort Worth of today, a city with a deep sense of Western heritage that has been named All-America City twice in the past three decades.

Unlike any other, Fort Worth is a city where the Old West continues to live side by side with high-tech industry, performing and fine arts, medical centers and international business operations. The secret to Fort Worth's success lies in each resident: contributing to the future while not turning their backs on what created this town--the spirit of the Old West.

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