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15 days ago

Electrophysics Engineer\Scientist Level 4

Boeing Seattle, WA

Position will be in support of ElectroMagnetic Effects for BCA. Specifics of the statement of work will vary based on education and prior work… Boeing

30+ days ago

Inspector Customer Coordinator Factory

Boeing Seattle, WA

Coordinate, work with, accomplish for Customer, Inspections performed during fabrication, assembly, installation, equipment installation, shakedowns… Boeing

30+ days ago

81108 029 Plumber Maintenance A

Boeing Seattle, WA

Experienced licensed journeyman plumber to support building and grounds maintenance and initial installations. Candidate must be able to perform… Boeing

8 days ago

Learning Performance Support System (LPSS) Business System Manager Level 3\4

Boeing Seattle, WA

include working with business partners, within Boeings Enterprise Learning Environment, to ensure learning-software configuration and resolution of… Boeing

7 days ago

Internal Auditor Mgr L

Boeing Seattle, WA

Manages employees and/or first-level managers performing financial, operational, strategic, compliance audits across multiple business and functional… Boeing

2 days ago

CNS ATM Dragon Manufacturing Engineer Assembly and Installation 3\4 – new

Boeing Seattle, WA

will include integrating producibility and manufacturability knowledge, information and requirements to efficiently perform modification activities… Boeing

30+ days ago

81409 029 Crane Main Mech A

Boeing Seattle, WA

Inspect, maintain, repair, rebuild, retrofit, modify, assemble, disassemble, troubleshoot, analyze, diagnose, calibrate, adjust, and test mechanical… Boeing

19 days ago

52007 029 Inspector Operational Test B

Boeing Seattle, WA

This is an hourly position governed by the IAM Collective Bargaining agreement. Current Boeing employees working in Puget Sound, Wichita and Portland… Boeing

12 days ago

Internal Auditor 3

Boeing Seattle, WA

Conducts audit engagements and related activities. performs Sarbanes Oxley (SOx) control testing. Performs or leads validation of risk assessment… Boeing

6 days ago

Business Operations Specialist 2\3

Boeing Seattle, WA

. The primary role is to build and manage operational relationships between LTD and its Suppliers to ensure LTD and Supplier success. Additionally… Boeing

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    Current Employee - Aerodynamics Engineer in Seattle, WA
    Current Employee - Aerodynamics Engineer in Seattle, WA

    I have been working at Boeing full-time (more than 8 years)


    - Good compensation and paid overtime
    - Great health benefits and 401K match
    - Plenty of career development opportunities
    - Feeling of community
    - Good work/life balance
    - Interesting work projects


    - Typical big company stuff: 2 weeks and 6 manager approvals to get a new, $5 stapler (ok, maybe that's a slight exaggeration); difficult to collaborate with colleagues in other business units due to budget charging constraints; lots of red tape
    - Engineers in Washington state must join the union (that's a state mandate, not Boeing, but it is still something a prospective employee should be aware of)
    - My previous organization moved to different Boeing sites in the Seattle area 4 times in a 6 year span. One of those moves was completely completely across town, and my commute went from 15 to 50 miles each way. When I finally escaped that 3 hours of commuting per day and found a position back within 15 miles, it wasn't long before an announcement was made that my new organization was being moved to Seal Beach, CA. Each of these moves places a great deal of stress on the employees and their families, therefore morale, productivity, and quality suffer. Furthermore, with each of these moves I saw many quality engineers retire or find work at other companies. Some of these engineers were experts in their field and it was a big loss to the organization.

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    - Don't stop investing in future technologies. We need to stay ahead of the competition in product performance and operating cost.
    - Stop moving groups across town and across the country. It lowers team morale, hinders productivity, and results in large amounts of attrition, often by very knowledgeable and experienced individuals.

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