Raytheon Mechanical Engineer II Jobs in Tewksbury, MA

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2 days ago

Procurement Specialist II – new

Raytheon Andover, MA

include: · Management of multiple procurement assignments tied to key metrics to mitigate aging (Open PRs, URDNs, QNs, Blocked Invoices, PO… Raytheon

2 days ago

Senior Procurement Specialist – new

Raytheon Andover, MA

will include: · Procurement and supplier management for all 4 Business Units (IDS, SAS, IIS and RMS) · Management of multiple procurement… Raytheon

25 days ago

Manufacturing Engineer II

Raytheon Andover, MA

· Support Circuit Card assembly operations for the IDS value stream in the… Raytheon

30+ days ago

Technical Editor/Writer II

Raytheon Tewksbury, MA

include: · Editing and checking of engineering control documentation for clarity, completeness, conformity to standards, procedures, specifications… Raytheon

30+ days ago

Electrical Engineer II

Raytheon Andover, MA

The Mechanical Engineering Directorate (MED) leads in mechanical hardware design, development and production of radar, sonar, torpedo and combat… Raytheon

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Tewksbury, MA
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    I have been working at Raytheon full-time (More than 10 years)


    The engineering community is filled with very smart, engaging individuals. There is plenty of opportunity to learn and most are willing to share what they know. The benefits are going to be comparable to what is available with other companies in the area. Make sure to negotiate a fair salary because if you end up undervalued you won't recover unless you leave the company.


    Raytheon tries to adopt the best practices of industry and make them more Raytheon-like. This often results in additional work for the sake of work in order to make the claim that we've adopted some practice. Raytheon also does a better job rewarding people who leave the company then come back versus those who are loyal and geniunely interested in making sure Raytheon is the Top Tier Defense Contractor.

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