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30+ days ago

Application Development Engineer

ARINC Annapolis, MD

From real-time in-flight information updates and data transfer, instant connectivity for aircraft arriving at the gate, to hardware and third party… Glassdoor

23 days ago

Avionics Test / Systems Engineer

ARINC Annapolis, MD

Rockwell Collins ARINC in Annapolis, Maryland is looking for a Avionics Test / Systems Engineer to support our Commercial Aviation Solutions… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Lead WebCenter Portal Engineer

ARINC Annapolis, MD

The Lead WebCenter Engineer will contribute to all phases of the software development life-cycle as part of an integrated project team to… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Systems Integration and Test Engineer

ARINC Annapolis, MD

•Perform verification of functional and performance requirements for all GLOBALink system components in a production-like test environment using a… Glassdoor

30 days ago

Aircraft Performance / Navigation Analyst

ARINC Annapolis, MD

The Aircraft Performance/Navigation Analyst will be responsible for the integrity and maintenance of all flight planning data and software. The… Glassdoor

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    Interesting work but occasionally egos drive technical decisions.

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    I worked at ARINC


    Mostly interesting technical work and projects. Good facilities and nice people working at the company. Great company location if you live in Annapolis.


    Political infighting and cliques sometimes interfere with technical decisions. If you run out of work then you are let go if you can't get something lined up quickly. Tenure and performance don't factor into the decision of cutting people. Creates atmosphere of uncertainty and lowers morale.

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    Focus on supporting people doing the technical work and not on looking good to upper management. Work to keep best people on board, not just people who keep busy.

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