Curriculum Developer (Former Employee) – Kent, WA – December 31, 2017
Overall, I was greatly impressed with the culture, staff and nature of the work. Professional, supportive, kind and flexible. Being able to work in a high tech environment making a real tangible effect on industry was rewarding.
Company gear/swag, complimentary snacks and drinks, sponsored events
It was a contract job! Would have loved to continue.
IT General Helper (Former Employee) – Kent, WA – December 18, 2017
It's a great lace to work everyone you meet is so friendly and the work is pretty easy once you get a hang of it. They are working towards a new step in space flight. I had a great time working for Blue Origin.
Instrumentation and Controls Engineer (Former Employee) – Kent, WA – June 18, 2015
A great place if you are into rockets and space. I have worked for most of the major aerospace companies. Each had their area they were working (airframe, engines, or avionics). Blue Origin is doing it all in-house. This makes for a fun and challenging place to work.
Rod Buster (Former Employee) – Van Horn, TX – May 29, 2013
It was a big job and alot of responsibilities everyone worked together well.and safely . To me it felt , like management always put me on the toughest tasks. And the most enjoyable part was when the job was done a we stood back and could see what we had built.
we did not have to drive to work we all would ride in a van
Engineer (Former Employee) – Kent, WA – April 27, 2013
Toxic environment, disorganized, lack of respect for their employees, inconsistent focus and business model, and the biggest issue... I thought I was hired to design for space travel, every boy's dream right? No, waste of my time. I left a few months ago and am much happier using my expertise and education for a solid company.
The Director of Finance said Blue Origin was a toxic environment and I thought she was right.
Accountant (Former Employee) – Kent, WA – June 20, 2012
Accounting was close to the small conference room and the way the Directors' looked when the left that room was very upsetting. Their faces would be red and they would not go back to their desks, they would go outside to regroup.