Questions and Answers about Raytheon

View all 12 questions about Raytheon

What is the interview process like?

Asked

Help job seekers learn about the company by being objective and to the point.
Your answer will be posted publicly. Please don't submit any personal information. Guidelines

7 answers

Numerous phone interviews followed by numerous face to face interviews followed by verbal offer followed by written offer and then a month later I finally went to new hire orientation. They are extremely slow. You will not have a computer or be able to actually do work for weeks after you start. Nothing is a priority when it comes to getting a new hire functional. There is NO training; you get all your peers two cents for training.

Answered - Senior Project Manager (Current Employee) - Dallas, TX

Report answer

Average type of process with too many unnecessary steps making it more than it needed to be.

Answered - Mid-Atlantic Engineering Executive Assistant (Former Employee) - Falls Church, VA

Report answer

That would depend on the department and hiring manager.
Answered February 25, 2016

Answered

Report answer

Very technical.

Answered - Electronic Technician (Former Employee) - San Dimas, CA

Report answer

Quick no nonsense and very direct. Knowledge of subjects is an absolute must.

Answered - Field Engineer III (Current Employee) - Camp Lejeune, NC

Report answer

No interview, was hired on the spot due to my experience.

Answered - Aircraft Technician (Former Employee) - Albuquerque, NM

Report answer

That would depend on the department and hiring manager.

Answered - Materials Program Manager (Current Employee) - El Segundo, CA

Report answer