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23 days ago

Senior IT Specialist

Raytheon Company Springfield, VA

• Facilitating and/or participating in structured focus groups to assess national level priorities and management of associated information needs… Raytheon Company


13 days ago

Java, C++ Software Engineer II/Sr.

Raytheon Company Fulton, MD

• Using design patterns and methodologies in order to build high quality systems; maintaining compliance to appropriate… Raytheon Company


6 days ago

Intelligence Technican Assc Sr

Raytheon Company Warrenton, VA

Raytheon has an immediate need for a Technician to perform records archiving and records management duties at a customer warehouse records center… Raytheon Company


13 days ago

Certified Instructor II- Potomac TRACON (PCT)

Raytheon Company Warrenton, VA

Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services (IIS) is currently seeking a full time, onsite Air Traffic Control (ATC) training instructor to… Raytheon Company


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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Dulles, VA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Dulles, VA

    I have been working at Raytheon

    Pros

    -Great Benefits
    -Good Entry Level Salary
    -Not a lot of layoffs

    Cons

    -Expect engineers to meet impossible deadlines with limited experience
    - No transparency when job offer was given . Raytheon offered me a job as a java software engineer and ended up programming in C, C++
    -Delegating assignments are based on what's available and not your credentials
    - A lot of bureaucracy in upper management
    - Senior Engineers have tendency to leave new engineers in the dark due to job security.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    More transparency when offering a job. Delegating assignments should not be based on availability. Senior Engineers should pay more attention to new engineers.

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