Boeing Jobs in Ridley Park, PA

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1 day ago

Employee Relations Spec 3/4 – new

Boeing Ridley Park, PA

Boeing Corporate is looking for an Employee Relations Specialist to join our dynamic team at our Ridley Park, PA site. As the successful candidate… Boeing

1 day ago

Systems Engineer 2/3 – new

Boeing Ridley Park, PA

will include interface with BMA Systems Engineering to ensure technical requirements development and compliance for elements of Integrated Product… Boeing

1 day ago

Product & Svc Quality Mgr M – new

Boeing Ridley Park, PA

The following Senior Quality Manager position will provide Quality leadership for the V-22 Program and oversee V-22 Assembly areas in Ridley Park… Boeing

1 day ago

Procurement Field Rep - Level 4 – new

Boeing Philadelphia, PA

Monitors emergent offload/overload suppliers including processors, philanthropic, machine shop and sheet metal shop and provides technical assistance… Boeing

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Boeing CEO Dennis A. Muilenburg
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  • Great people, great experience, but the company is huge.

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    Boeing promotes a good work life balance. The people for the most part are great to work with and the benefits package is pretty good, but overall the benefits for the aerospace industry is pretty good. Boeing also encourages to people to move around within the company even if it's into a different functional area. This is appealing to me, because I do find all facets of the business interesting.


    Boeing is a big company. With that comes lots and lots and lots of procedures and policies to know and follow. This means things do move very slowly. It is also hard to be promoted without having a higher manager really being your champion. It's very easy to get lost in the shuffle.

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    With changes, management needs to identify some of the subject matter expects or the stakeholders most likely affected and get their input. I feel most of the changes occur top down and leave the stakeholders to figure out how to execute which encounter lots of problems that could have been prevented with slightly better planning.

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