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13 days ago

Systems Engineering 2015 Summer Intern

Raytheon Andover, MA

Selected candidates would be hired for a paid internship from May to August 2015, with exact dates partnered based on the candidate's academic… Raytheon

4 days ago

Electrical Back End Process Engineer II or III

Raytheon Company Andover, MA

As a member of the Microelectronics Engineering and Technology Department, the individual in this role will serve as process engineering lead for the… Raytheon Company

4 days ago

2014 Finance Summer Intern

Raytheon Andover, MA

• Be an active member of Finance team, seek ways to cross-pollinate best practices across the program segments. Required Skills: • Candidates must… Raytheon

24 days ago

Systems Engineer I/II (Architecture)

Raytheon Andover, MA

will be designed to match the candidate's technical interest and academic background, but will… Raytheon

4 days ago

Sr RF Test Engineer I or II

Raytheon Company Andover, MA

As a Senior Test Engineer in the Engineering Test and Reliability group of the Microelectronics Engineering and Technology (MET) department, the… Raytheon Company

8 days ago

Sr Principal Systems Engr- Surveillance Radar

Raytheon Company Sudbury, MA

The Surveillance Radar Systems Department is seeking a Systems Engineering professional to be part of the Systems Engineering team on… Raytheon Company

16 days ago

Software Engineer II/Sr. Software Engineer I - Radar Programs

Raytheon Company Sudbury, MA

We have multiple opportunities for senior software engineers within the Naval Radar Software Department in Sudbury, Massachusetts. The Naval Radar… Raytheon Company

22 days ago

Senior Electrical Engineer II - Power Electronics

Raytheon Company Sudbury, MA

will require working within a team of engineers to develop proven designs based on modeling and simulations. The candidate must have a proven track… Raytheon Company

25 days ago

Principal Electrical Engineer (EMI/EMC Electromagnetic Interference)

Raytheon Company Sudbury, MA

This position is based with the Raytheon IDS Electrical Design Directorate, Ship and Torpedo Electronics department in Sudbury, MA. Our engineers… Raytheon Company

8 days ago

Sr Systems Engineer II - Surveillance Radar

Raytheon Company Sudbury, MA

Are you interested in joining a dynamic, inclusive, and growing professional organization? Then you may want to join the more than 1,150 employees of… Raytheon Company

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    Former Employee - Intern - Leadership Development Program in Billerica, MA

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    Raytheon is a leading company in developing equipment for the military. Developing advanced systems can be a challenging and fulfilling work experience on the forefront of the developing cutting edge systems for a diverse array of organizations including the Air Force, Navy and Army. "Superstars" thrive at Raytheon and will be nurtured and supported by management and the organization as a whole. There is no shortage of work and the opportunities within this company show an amazing diversity. If you are a high performance individual, Raytheon should help you build your career in whatever direction you want it to develop.


    Low level employees get very little responsibility and must work hard to earn the trust of their management. I really felt as though I was a cog in a vast machine with no hope of rising quickly through the organization, and this was within Raytheon's Leadership Development Program. I was not even close to developed as a leader there.
    The superstar culture coupled with the vast manufacturing required to implement the technologies developed there, unfortunately requires a vast infrastructure in which many many employees contribute only indirectly to the advancement of any technologies. As a result, systems become entrenched, employees are not empowered and a huge number of people work in "support roles".

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    Value all the individuals in your organization more and allow them more freedom to innovate, improve inefficient processes and generally question the current methods of doing things so that the organization can become leaner, more efficient and ultimately more profitable.

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