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30+ days ago

Systems Engineer 3

Boeing Saint Charles, MO

Boeing Defense, Space and Security (BDS) is looking for talented engineers to join its System Assurance team. The selected individuals will support… Boeing


30+ days ago

Entry Level Software Engineer Boeing Defense Products 1

Boeing Saint Charles, MO

Start a career with a team where Software really matters. Boeing is seeking college graduates to work on a variety of exciting opportunities with… Boeing


30+ days ago

System Assurance Engineer Level 1\2

Boeing Saint Charles, MO

Boeing Defense, Space and Security (BDS) is looking for talented engineers to join its System Assurance team. The selected individuals will support… Boeing


13 days ago

Flight Operations Mechanic

Boeing Saint Charles, MO

Flight Operations perform operational checkout of missiles during build up and final assembly. Perform activities prior to final inspection and daily… Boeing


15 days ago

Test & Evaluation Lab Technician 2\3

Boeing Saint Charles, MO +2 locations

The Missile Weapons Depot is seeking an electronics technician with working knowledge of analog and digital electronic circuits. The ideal candidate… Boeing


3 days ago

Test & Evaluation Engineer 1 2 – new

Boeing Saint Louis, MO

Successful candidate will develop and operate flight instrumentation electro/mechanical design solutions of varying complexity in support of flight… Boeing


3 days ago

Numerical Control Programmer 2\3 – new

Boeing Saint Louis, MO

Assists in numerous tasks related to numerical controlled manufacturing, including research and data collection to support cross functional teams… Boeing


6 days ago

Information Technology Manager K

Boeing Saint Louis, MO

The HR Systems Organization has opportunities for 2 Entry Level Management Positions. These positions will be primarily responsible for managing… Boeing


30+ days ago

F 22 Pilot Subject Matter Expert Test Director \ Systems Engr\ Int \ Ver\Val 5

Boeing Saint Louis, MO

Aid in Pilot Training System design and development efforts including support features such as the combat environment, visual system and instructor… Boeing


22 hrs ago

Data Warehouse Programmer Analyst 2 – new

Boeing Saint Louis, MO

include: follows the software development life cycle (SDLC) to deliver software and data solutions; investigate, analyze, and resolve data and… Boeing


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    Current Employee - Electrical Engineer II in Saint Charles, MO
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    Pros

    Great pay for easy work, great benefits, almost no pressure. You will always feel confident that you are one of the best people in your field. Regular checks, standardized bonus systems make it easy to make a little bit more. If you have other interests on the side, it's easy to do, and you get to go to school for free.

    Cons

    There is no real focus on quality. The entirely political focus of defense products require projects to be subcontracted to shreds because they must cover as many political districts as possible, so maintaining quality is a nightmare, and creating a consistent product is also a nightmare.

    Management is incredibly understaffed and manage poorly. There is little emphasis on developing talent, so you basically sit at a cube working on your own. This is different from any team environment I've ever worked in because you really aren't working in a team. Everyone is spread out in so many different places that it's hard to keep a coherent understanding of what is being done.

    There are so many processes that you begin to believe that the company hired you, but they don't trust you at all to do the right thing. Why hire people if you already have an algorithm to do things?

    Advice to Management

    You really need to hire better than yourself. That's the key to maintaining a healthy organization. It seems that Boeing is so old that it maintains a lot of old school thinking about how you hire people. These days, all of your brightest talent are leaving because the environment isn't conducive to doing what your most important people love to do (create stuff!).

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