Boeing Jobs in Ridley Park, PA

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5 days ago

Facil Multi Services Mgr K

Boeing Ridley Park, PA

Site Services has a requirement for a transformational leader to join the Shared Services Group Philadelphia Site Services Leadership Team. This… Boeing

12 days ago

Office Administrator D

Boeing Ridley Park, PA

Responsible for providing support to the Vice President (VP) of Tiltrotor / V-22 Program in Vertical Lift located in Ridley Park, PA. Duties… Boeing

5 days ago

Boiler Operator High Pressure

Boeing Ridley Park, PA

Function Operate and perform preventive maintenance on high pressure steam boilers, piping and auxiliary equipment used in an industrial plant… Boeing

18 days ago

Compensation Specialist 4

Boeing Ridley Park, PA

Designs, develops, maintains, and administers compensation programs, systems and processes. Provides internal consulting services on pay, job design… Boeing

2 days ago

Trade Control Specialist 2\3 – new

Boeing Ridley Park, PA

Global Trade Controls is a function within The Boeing Company that provides internal organizations with global regulatory requirements, implements… Boeing

10 days ago

Procurement Multi fam Mgr K

Boeing Ridley Park, PA

Manage SM Business Team for Vertical Lift Tilt Rotor Programs consisting of SM disciplines associated with change control and implementation… Boeing

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    Disgusting Ethics, Poor Management, Incapable Executives

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    Current Employee - Structural Design Engineer in Ridley Park, PA
    Current Employee - Structural Design Engineer in Ridley Park, PA

    I have been working at Boeing full-time (more than 3 years)


    Big name, looks good on a resume
    You'll learn how NOT to manage an engineering projects
    Exposure to a process-driven environment


    Executives have terrible ethics, and a all around incapable
    Managers are lazy, and extremely short sighted.
    The company is constantly making decisions to save a dollar today at the cost of 5 dollars tomorrow. And then blaming the engineers for those failures.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop screwing the employees.
    Don't let McNerney talk to reporters, he just ebarasses the company.
    Stop all the fake "employee first" BS, every one sees through it and it makes morale even worse.
    2.5% raise to go with a promotion? Are you kidding? Seriously, when I was promoted the raise was 2.5%.

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