Decent place to work especially for those involved in vocational fields.
Project Manager (Former Employee), Tukwila, WA – March 25, 2015
Pros: Decent place to work especially for those involved in vocational fields
Cons: Constant stream of rank-and-file employee layoffs.
The company is a predominantly male-dominated institution that struggles with the acceptance of diverse viewpoints, culture, age and gender. The company seemingly struggles to retain young, creative and innovative thinkers in certain areas of the company. Boeing, however, is a great place to work especially if you are in a vocational field. The benefits are fairly competitive. Management tends to be very supportive of their employees and very humanistic. However, movement within the company can be limiting. Despite the cons, working at Boeing has been an overall positive experience.
Aviation Mechanic/Assembler Level B (Former Employee), Charleston, SC – March 25, 2015
I enjoyed performing my job at Boeing but I wasn't a big fan of the work environment and the general attitude of the place. I learned a lot about commercial jets so I would say that overall I enjoyed it.
Great to be part of the leading provider of Solar Cells & Panels
Solar Array Panel Process Engineer (Current Employee), Sylmar, CA – March 24, 2015
Pros: Unique Product, High Tech, Renewable Energy, Solar Power
Cons: Long distance driving
I have worked with all facets of manufacturing systems, including process, design, development, implementation, training and support. My leadership skills have helped to tackle and resolve many difficult issues on the manufacturing production environments.
Test and Evaluation Engineer (Current Employee), Huntsville, AL – March 24, 2015
Pros: Challenging, Diverse tasks, Educational Benefits, Good Benefit Package
I am currently assigned as lead engineer on a project to develop a new diagnostics test station. It entails a diverse skill set and braod knowledge of the product and the business system. It is demanding and fast paced and it demands multi-tasking to be successful. The people I work with are great overall. The managers I have worked for have always been positive and motivating. I have been rewarded for my efforts and have a sense of accomplishment.
Production Engineer, Manufacturing Engineer (Current Employee), Seattle, WA – March 20, 2015
Over all, Good company, benefits and multi programs. Work on commercial, Military hardware, wing, slats, finns, door, cargo bay, E-bay, all wiring. B2, composite, F22, P-8A, Peacekeeper, Minute man silo.
Senior Systems and Data Analyst (Current Employee), Seattle, WA – March 16, 2015
It's a engineering company, IT is looked as another expense. No technology long term vision, on the IT perspective. Trickle down management objective does not work, daily work does not matter as much as you filling the management objective of Lean +...
Long Beach Depot Center A&P Mechanic (Former Employee), Long Beach,ca. – March 12, 2015
Pros: building aircraft
Cons: laid off!
I was challenged and applied my self accordingly. Great company training with a dynamic team and drive. Focused on safety, quality and scheduling. Lean concepts and a politically correct environment. Hardest job was the one you didn't learn yet. Company provided training got us ready and able for the most difficult task.Being a part of a product that rewarded you by seeing it utilized in the military to protect and serve and also for humanitarian efforts is awesome!
Quality Systems Specialist (Current Employee), WASHINGTON – March 12, 2015
Cons: opportunities for advancement
A good place to work with industry standard pay and benefits. Career success is dependent on your current manager or must transfer internal within company. The hardest part of the job is dealing within the bureaucracy of working for a large company. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with good coworkers who want to do the right things.