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4 days ago

Senior Software and Firmware Engineer

Raytheon Company Falls Church, VA

Raytheon is looking for a Senior Software and Firmware Engineer to provide program management and systems engineering support to a US Government… Raytheon Company


14 days ago

Software Engineer II

Raytheon Company Annapolis Junction, MD

Required- The Software Engineer II sha… Raytheon Company


13 days ago

Java, C++ Software Engineer II/Sr.

Raytheon Company Fulton, MD

• Using design patterns and methodologies in order to build high quality systems; maintaining compliance to appropriate… Raytheon Company


13 days ago

Sr. Software Engineer II

Raytheon Company Chantilly, VA

• Perform software development and reverse engineering on high profile project • Perform moderately complex analysis, design and development of… Raytheon Company


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    Current Employee - Senior Systems Engineer I  in  Garland, TX
    Current Employee - Senior Systems Engineer I in Garland, TX

    I have been working at Raytheon full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    A sense of purpose. Does the thought of maintaining a sales forecast app get you going in the morning? Do you love the smell of buring shopping cart code? No? Me neither. The sense of purpose that comes with the job is one of the reasons I was attracted to defense work. There is a sense of camaraderie that I did not get from other organizations.

    Cons

    The tech is somewhat stale, but that has more to do with the customer than the company. Some of the technical feats pulled off in the past were nothing more than mind boggling, so the Company certainly has cutting-edge in its DNA. That being said, they do tend to treat every engineer as a widget to be shuffled around at will.

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    Learn to make the most of your talent and stop trying to pound square pegs into round holes

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