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6 days ago

Sr Principal Systems Engineer

Raytheon Company El Segundo, CA

The EO Sensor Design (EOSD) Department within the System Development Center (SDC) organization is seeking engineering leaders committed and… Raytheon Company

11 days ago

Mentor ECAD Librarian

Raytheon Company El Segundo, CA

The candidate is expected to work well independently with minimal direction, the ability to multi-task, prioritize, possess problem solving skills… Raytheon Company

7 days ago

Sr Computer Systems Technologist

Raytheon Company El Segundo, CA

Responsible for the engineering, configuration, installation, maintenance, and upgrade of the program specific servers and user environments… Raytheon Company

21 days ago

Mgr III Mechanical Engrg

Raytheon Company El Segundo, CA

This senior position is in the Electro Optical Sensor Design (EOSD) Department in El Segundo , CA. This team member will be responsible for the… Raytheon Company

21 days ago

Chief Engineer, Trident & Minutemen Programs

Raytheon Company El Segundo, CA

include lead architect of the system design, ensuring the technical performance of the system meets all system level requirements, leading the… Raytheon Company

8 days ago

Univeristy Programs - Systems Engineer I

Raytheon El Segundo, CA

Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems (SAS) is the leading provider of sensor systems giving war fighters the most accurate and timely information… Raytheon

16 days ago

University Programs: Mechanical Engineer I

Raytheon El Segundo, CA

include the basic design and release of drawings for components for structures, mechanisms, thermal systems and electronic enclosures. The candidate… Raytheon

12 days ago

University Programs: Systems Engineering Intern - Senior

Raytheon Company El Segundo, CA

The Strategic Systems Design (SSD) Department of the Systems Development Center within Raytheon's Space and Airborne Systems (SAS) business unit… Raytheon Company

21 days ago

Sr Manager, Contracts

Raytheon Company El Segundo, CA

• Minimum of 12 years business leadership experience in contracts and international contracts. • Significant knowledge of the Federal Acquisition… Raytheon Company

21 days ago

Engineering Fellow

Raytheon Company El Segundo, CA

analysis, manufacturing, test, supply chain, M&P). The candidate will be a Subject Matter Expert in opto-mechanical design, structural and thermal… Raytheon Company

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    Raytheon NCS is a decent place to work with flexible work hours and decent wages if you don't mind bad management.

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    Current Employee - Software Engineer II in Fullerton, CA
    Current Employee - Software Engineer II in Fullerton, CA

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    Raytheon NCS is a stable place to work. There is an optional 9/80 schedule where you work 80 hours in 9 days, meaning every other Friday is off. Benefits are good and as long as you get on a good project you'll be satisfied.


    Raytheon NCS, like most defense companies, generally uses older mature technologies. If you're into learning new technolgy, this is not the place for you. Raises and profit sharing are pathetic. If you're unlucky enough to get put on a bad project, you'll work long hours with no overtime.

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    Leadership at NCS has no clue. CMMI is their culture, but I think the process is overboard since Raytheon Fullerton Operations (RFO) is a Level 5. As a result, they think they can predict a project's outcome and schedule, but they're always too ambitious. All projects are behind schedule so the employees get blamed when its management's fault for relying too much on CMMI. Since management is older, they don't adopt newer agile software development methods. Things are managed in a waterfall process, which we all know does not work.

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