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4 days ago

Guidance Navigation & Controls Engineer Navigation Analyst Level 2\3

Boeing Saint Louis, MO

The Boeing Research & Technology Flight Sciences Team is developing the next generation of Guidance, Navigation & Control (GNC) systems for aircraft… Boeing

17 hrs ago

Manufacturing Engineer 2\3 – new

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

10 days ago

Sys Design & Integ Spec Level 3

Boeing Saint Louis, MO

Microsoft Exchange Administrator responsible for providing leadership and technical support in an enterprise wide environment. Uses technical… Boeing

10 days ago

EO&T Systems Engineering Intern

Boeing Saint Louis, MO

This job posting is for the multiple locations listed on this requisition. Would you like an internship that engages you in challenging and… Boeing

29 days ago

Programmer Analyst 3\4 Cognos Admin & Cube\Report Support

Boeing Saint Louis, MO

Perform backup, upgrades, set up security roles and users, and troubleshoot by understanding the various log messages Create and maintain… Boeing

10 days ago

Design and Analysis Engineer 2\3

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

14 days ago

Entry Level Software Engineer Boeing Defense Products 1

Boeing Saint Louis, 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

9 days ago

Software Engineer 3\4

Boeing Saint Louis, MO

This position is an opportunity to join a growing organization that has been very successful in capturing and completing projects and programs. This… Boeing

4 days ago

Avionics System Integration Engineer 1

Boeing Saint Louis, MO

Perform avionics system integration engineering duties for the T-38C aircraft, simulators, and/or ground support software systems. Tasks include… Boeing

6 days ago

Advanced Technologist 3\4

Boeing Saint Louis, MO

This position will report to the manager of Enterprise Health Management & Fleet Services Technology, within the Digital Aviation & Support… Boeing

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    Fulfilling engineering employment, but poor advancement opportunities

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    Current Employee - Structural Analysis Engineer III  in  Saint Louis, MO
    Current Employee - Structural Analysis Engineer III in Saint Louis, MO

    I have been working at Boeing full-time for more than a year


    I joined Boeing 18 months ago looking for an employer that was engineering interesting products and that valued quality engineering. Boeing for the most part does these two things well. The quality of the engineering staff is generally excellent, the work is interesting (particularly in Phantom Works), the resources and tools provided to the engineering staff are good but not excellent. Good benefits when compared to other defense industry companys, but only average when compared across all industries.

    Great place to work for recent grads starting an engineering career. The fully paid advanced education benefit is excellent.


    Don't be suprised if Boeing's initial offer seems very low. If you are experienced, submit a counter offer.

    The two largest concerns for me are performance recognition and advancement opportunities. I joined Boeing as an experienced engineer, taking a pay and grade cut when I accepted Boeing's offer. A year and a half later and I'm still the same grade and nearly the same salary, even with my manager stating that I should have been hired in one grade higher. The performance management process at Boeing is broken, which is great for an average engineer, but terrible for the high performers. Managers are very constrained on the pay raises they can give to their employees and in-line advancement is done by committee. Boeing is also going through cost reduction exercises with intentional reduction of advancements above grade 3.

    In-line advancement beyond grade 3 is difficult and beyond grade 4 doesn't happen. For experienced staff, Boeing requires applying for a new position and these positions are often open to external candidates, so they are competitive. It is unclear if Boeing gives internal candidates any preference in the hiring process. It is no different to applying to another position at any other company, so there is little incentive to remain at Boeing if you find a better offer elsewhere.

    Tools and methods in some disciplines, like structural analysis, lag behind those used in other industries. Boeing doesn't pay for training beyond grade 2, it is on your own time. The engineering responsibilities are strictly separated (particularly loads, dynamics and structural analysis) which leads to engineers who are not well rounded.

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