Mark Walter

Mark Walter

Senior Vice President & General Manager of Advanced Engineering, Research & Operations

Mark Walter is a Senior Vice President in Jacobs’ Critical Mission Solutions (CMS) line of business. He leads the Advanced Engineering, Research & Operations business which supports public and private sector clients across the aerospace, automotive, defense and telecommunications sectors. This includes responsibility for Jacobs’ industry-leading support for NASA and all of their exploration programs, Jacobs’ enterprise-wide support to the Missile Defense Agency and their critical mission, as well as contracts that support other elements of the US Department of Defense and the US intelligence community. Prior to assuming the AERO role, he had responsibility for the Technology Group, Rapid Solutions, Nuclear Projects and Consulting and Government Technology Operations performance units.

Since joining Jacobs in 2000, Mark has served in progressively more responsible positions including as a project manager, manager of the Mechanical and Structural Engineering branch, Manager of Projects, Director of Advanced Consulting, Director of Projects, Deputy General Manager, and General Manager of the Technology Group involved with the full range of engineering, construction, operations and maintenance services in support of mission-critical and program-specific activities for clients including the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Department of Defense, Department of Energy, and commercial automotive, and aerospace companies.

Mark has been responsible for major programs for both domestic and international clients in the aerospace and automotive markets. Before joining Jacobs, he served in project management, product engineering, and research engineering roles at Ford Motor Company and the McDonnell Douglas Corporation.

Mark earned his Master of Science in mechanical engineering from the University of Missouri- Rolla and Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from the University of Missouri-Kansas City/Columbia.

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