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30+ days ago

Business Development Mgr- Marine Programs

Textron Washington, DC

** * Establish and maintain excellent relationships with current and future Marine System customers. * Manage and develop sales of and expand… Beyond.com


28 days ago

Systems Engineer

Textron Sterling, VA

Overwatch Geospatial Solutions in Sterling, Virginia is a leading developer of sophisticated image-centric geospatial analysis software. Our… Beyond.com


28 days ago

Photogrammetric Software Engineer

Textron Sterling, VA

* Implementation and test of complex mathematical algorithms in C++ related to geospatial processing * Fix discrepancies found in existing… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Engineering Site Lead

Textron Annapolis, MD

Overwatch is currently looking for a Site Software Engineer to support the development of the Army's DCGS-A program. ## Qualifications… Beyond.com


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Textron Chairman, President and CEO Scott C. Donnelly
Scott C. Donnelly
38 Ratings
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    Good place to work without expecting career growth

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    Current Employee - Project Lead  in  Fort Worth, TX
    Current Employee - Project Lead in Fort Worth, TX

    I have been working at Textron full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Work life balance. Flexible work hours are an option.
    Employee training and employee education is given great support through tuition assistance.

    Cons

    -No salary growth.Stuck for eternity with your initial salary with not even inflation match increment which sucks.
    -No career growth. It's all white boys club in middle and upper management which is like a family run business sidelining diversity which greatly hinders good employees potential
    lack of diversity in mid and higher management.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Recognize your experienced staff and keep them motivated with career growth options. Company just can't run on old school boys and fresh grads. You need to strike balance for grey hair fall off.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO