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4 days ago

Maintenance Program Engineer Level 1

Boeing Seal Beach, CA

We are looking for Maintenance Programs Engineers to join the Design Center. This position requires the individual to research and analyze product… Boeing


6 days ago

Propulsion Engineer 3

Boeing Seal Beach, CA

will include: • Assessing and resolving product/process issues through the product lifecycle. • Leading research of technical, operational… Boeing


13 days ago

Maintenance Program Engineer 4\5

Boeing Seal Beach, CA

We are looking for experienced Maintenance Programs Engineers. This position requires the individual to lead, research and analyzes product designs… Boeing


5 days ago

Mech Sys Design & Anlys Engr 1 \ 2

Boeing Seal Beach, CA

will include: • Researching of technical, operational and quality issues that cannot be resolved by the customer. • Designing and/or… Boeing


6 days ago

Systems Engineering Technician 5

Boeing Seal Beach, CA

• Gathers, tracks, and analyzes reliability, maintainability and health monitoring data. • Supports systems/specialty engineers in defining… Boeing


17 days ago

Struct & Payload Design Engr 4 \ 5

Boeing Seal Beach, CA

With the creation of the Boeing Commercial Aircraft Engineering Design Centers there are new engineering opportunities in Southern California. The… Boeing


12 days ago

Logistics Data\Publication Specialist 3

Boeing Seal Beach, CA

We would like to have a Logistics Data & Publication Specialist join our team. The Logistics Data & Publication Specialist evaluates engineering data… Boeing


14 days ago

Deputy Fleet Support Chief Project Engineer 4\5

Boeing Seal Beach, CA

The Deputy Fleet Support Chief will support the Fleet Support Chief working in a matrix management organization to ensure safe and economic operation… Boeing


4 days ago

Maintenance Programs Engineer Level 2 \ Level 3

Boeing Seal Beach, CA

The Maintenance Programs Engineer researches and analyzes product designs and concepts for maintenance programs. Researches, analyzes, develops and… Boeing


17 days ago

Struct & Payload Design Engr 1 \ 2

Boeing Seal Beach, CA

. • Assists to develop, integrate and document structural and interior payload system requirements to establish the system design… Boeing


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    Enormous, highly capable company that treats professionals like cattle.

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    Former Employee - Senior Staff Engineer  in  El Segundo, CA
    Former Employee - Senior Staff Engineer in El Segundo, CA

    I worked at Boeing full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    They have interesting challenges to work on, if you can beg/borrow/or steal your way into one of them. Somewhere in the company is someone that knows how to do almost anything you want to learn to do, and they will generally gladly talk to you. Whatever your challenge requires, the equipment is somewhere within the company.

    Cons

    A bad review doesn't mean you did a poor job, it means they A) don't want to pay you what you are worth, or B) want to lay you off. Reviews are consistently distorted in this way (dishonest). The best way to get on the layoff list is to (intentionally or accidentally) challenge some executive cherished illusion. Being hardworking and good at what you do does not greatly matter in determining your career success. They find reasons to differentially lay older workers off, regardless of peer respect or productivity (perhaps a cost issue?).

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You give lip service to Lean Processes, but actually act as if most good ideas come from above. This is distinctly anti-Lean, and undermines your workers' respect and trust. Likewise with reviews that don't accurately match the assignments and output of the reviewed worker. Take responsibility for the unreality of some executive plans; be humble. Don't be penny wise/pound foolish by laying off your most capable workers to improve your near-term bottom line. Respect your employees; you have some of the best in the world. Treat them right.

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