Raytheon – Herndon, VA
* Develop high-quality software solutions from high-level requirements * Develop and maintain unit, integration, and acce… ClickCast
Raytheon – Chantilly, VA
Raytheon Technology Associates is seeking a senior SW developer for team transitioning mission critical applications from a Notes-based client to new… ClickCast
Raytheon – Annapolis Junction, MD
Desired Position Title/Level: Senior Software Engineer (CE39)/E03 The candidate will be part of a small team of software developers working in the… ClickCast
Raytheon – Dulles, VA
Performs the activities involved with the requirements gathering, design, development, documenting, interfacing, integration, testing, maintenance… ClickCast
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I worked at Raytheon full-time (More than 3 years)
I thought Raytheon was mostly fine. The benefits were fine. My coworkers were mostly good and helpful people. There was rarely an expectation to work past normal hours.
Compensation. I started out in a very junior role simply assisting a senior engineer maintain and develop some JSP sites. After a year though, the senior engineer found a new job elsewhere and I was left to maintain those sites alone. Later, I was tasked with entirely new development efforts in ASP.NET and SharePoint. That's the context I provide when I now inform you that in my nearly five years there I received no promotions, and my raises did not even keep pace with the rate of inflation much less surpass it. You'll note below that I did check the box recommending this company to a friend. I do that because I think this division of Raytheon would still be fine for a short stint of say 2-3 years. Plus my situation was probably a bit more extreme than normal. My only advice is that if you feel you're getting shortchanged when the annual raise time comes around, don't believe them when they say it will be better next year.
Advice to Management
I know Raytheon is a large company, so I'm sure of their management already knows this, but those that don't need to realize that undervaluing your employees may save you money in the short run, but is probably costing the company a fortune in the long run. The costs of high turnover are not insignificant.