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24 days ago

Support Equipment Software Engineer 3

Boeing Saint Charles, MO

The Weapons Programs Ground Support Systems (WPGSS) team in St. Charles MO is seeking to fill a key software lead position. The individual will… Boeing


12 days ago

Systems Engineer 1\2

Boeing Saint Charles, MO

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


12 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


12 days ago

Systems Engineer Systems Assurance 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


12 days ago

Systems Engineer Operations Analyst 1\2

Boeing Saint Louis, MO

Boeing Defense, Space and Security (BDS) is looking for talented Systems Engineers to support effectiveness and survivability efforts as part of its… Boeing


7 days ago

Structural & Payload Design Engineer 1

Boeing Saint Louis, MO

The Mechanical Structural Engineering function in St Louis is looking for engineers with an interest and aptitude in structural design. Successful… Boeing


8 days ago

Systems Engineer 4\5

Boeing Saint Louis, MO

The Digital Aviation & Support Technologies (DAST) organization within Boeing Research & Technology (BR&T) is seeking a qualified individual to be… Boeing


10 days ago

Systems and Data Analyst 2\3

Boeing Saint Louis, MO

This is a Systems Analyst or Functional Analyst position responsible for : Researching existing application, system data, business processes and… Boeing


25 days ago

Manufacturing Engineer 4\5

Boeing Saint Louis, MO

Boeing Research & Technology is establishing a new capability that performs Product Teardown and Should Cost activities across the enterprise. The… Boeing


16 days ago

Incident Response Specialist Level 1\2

Boeing Saint Louis, MO

The Cyber Security Incident Response Specialist performs incident response activities with well-defined incident profiles and established response… Boeing


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    At the mercy of lobbyists, poor quality of products, poor work environment, lack of product focus.

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

    I have been working at Boeing

    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 ManagementAdvice

    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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