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7 days ago

Antenna Electrical Engineer

Raytheon Company Dallas, TX

This opening is to fill positions within the Hardware Engineering Center of Raytheon's Space and Airborne Systems (SAS) division for key contributors… Raytheon Company


13 days ago

Sr Property Administrator

Raytheon Company McKinney, TX

Responsible for ensuring the full function and operation of the enterprise property management system used to manage Government, Customer, and… Raytheon Company


25 days ago

Sr MPM Specialist

Raytheon Company McKinney, TX

Material Program Manager (MPM) for programs located in McKinney, Texas in support of the STS Product Line. The MPM serves as the liaison between… Raytheon Company


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    Great benefits, good pay, terrible treatment of engineering work force as people.

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    Current Employee - Senior Principal Systems Engineer  in  Garland, TX
    Current Employee - Senior Principal Systems Engineer in Garland, TX

    I have been working at Raytheon

    Pros

    Decent job security due to high security clearances. Pay is good and benefits are very good.

    Cons

    Very poor executive leadership at the VP level and above. VPs are constantly stabbing each other in the back and only deal with whatever emergency is in front of them today. They do a very poor job of planning ahead or risk management to avoid problems coming down the road. The IIS President for the past few years has only cared about what improved stock performance that year. There was no long term plan. The people are treated as expendable. Executives spend lots of time sending out email talking about "respect" and "loyalty", but actions show these are just phrases to them.
    As poor as the VPs leadership is, the Program Management staff is equally bad.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Plan and invest for the future. Allow your senior staff to work today's issues while executives should be planning ahead.

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