Raytheon Employee Reviews in United States

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SR. PC Client/Server Analyst (Former Employee) –  Greenville, TXMay 29, 2016
Good company to work for. Many opportunities with young people with college degrees.
Graduate program is an excellent way to gain enough knowledge to apply for other opportunities at other companies for greater pay.
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Nothing wrong with Raytheon , they should hire back tetirees part time !!!!
Materials Coordinator (Former Employee) –  MassachusettsMay 28, 2016
Loved working there for 36 years . Wish they would hire back retirees for certain amount of time , loved materials c , I did a great job for Raytheon.
Pros
Loved the people
Cons
None
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Productive enviroment, with the opportunity to train soldiers
Technical Support Engineer II (Current Employee) –  Lawton, OKMay 25, 2016
Most days at Raytheon included coming in to the office and preparing lessons for the instructors to use while on conduct. this included preparing instructor and student materials. I learned to format word documents according to specific rules and to formulate articulate wording in those lessons. The hardest part about creating these lessons when your lesson is sent back for having a comma out of pace, but the best part is traveling to the various posts to train new soldiers on the same equipment I used for 18 years.
Pros
the work day ended at 1530
Cons
non paid lunches
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Great place to work
Lead Scheduler (Former Employee) –  El Segundo, CAMay 25, 2016
I loved working at Raytheon. Plenty of opportunities to excel and learn more. Pay was good. I liked the management, they treated people fairly. Very talented individuals worked there. They are a very diverse company.
Pros
Pay
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contract work
Supply Technician (Current Employee) –  Fort Bliss, TXMay 23, 2016
contract work is ending need to find a new job asap. there is no advancement and need to provide for my family
Active secret security clearance
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IT Support
Senior PC Support Specialist (Former Employee) –  Dallas, TXMay 23, 2016
• Supported Microsoft Windows on both the server and workstation platforms. Duties included Troubleshooting end user problems, server problems and setting up and demoting Windows domains.
• Supported Citrix server and managed user profiles and applications
• Active Directory implantation and administration
• Exchange administration and support
• Blackberry Enterprise configuration and administration
• Virtualized servers using VMware and provided VMware training to helpdesk
• Maintained and supported network backup solution using Barracuda, Yosemite and Backup Exec
• Close end-user interaction supporting any and all technical issues
Pros
massive company
Cons
dissolved our it at that location
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Spent my entire carrer there
Retired as a Section Head (Former Employee) –  El Segundo, CAMay 20, 2016
Hughes Aircraft was purchased by Raytheon all together I spent 32 years with the company. Did many different engineering tasks. Lot's of opportunity to try different technical paths. Had a great carrier there for 32 years.
Pros
Opportunity to do many different engineering tasks. Good salary and benefits.
Cons
Worked many weekends and holidays.
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Work hard, play hard
Systems Engineer II (Current Employee) –  Aurora, COMay 19, 2016
Lots of work to be done. Management is pretty good and has your back. People are willing to work hard and are generally good team players.
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Horrible Management, Unstable guarantee of employment
Employee (Former Employee) –  Chaparral, NMMay 18, 2016
In the 2 years I was there I witnessed 2 lay offs. Also management was horrible. Too much favoritism. The position was easy to learn. Unfortunately this is an environment that regardless of you doing your job and more, if you aren't one of the boss' buddies, progress is not an option. Easy work environment and the ability to work independently as well as a team.
Pros
Calm working environment. Easy to learn job.
Cons
High price healthcare, bad management.
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Very productive workplace
FTI/INCO Technician (Former Employee) –  Denver, COMay 13, 2016
Great camraderie, too much away from my family. Good co-workers, very helpful supervisors. Great healthcare benifits, no promotion possibilities/contract work.
Pros
Very helpful Network Ops Centre
Cons
long hours, too much travel
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Training Air Traffic Controllers
ATCOTS Certified Instructor II (Former Employee) –  Tulsa, OKMay 11, 2016
Air Traffic Control is a constant change. Rules and lesson plan have to be updated to reflect the changes. The lesson plans could be in the classroom or in the AT Coach Lab.
Pros
Fun Job
Cons
Each minute of the day had to be accounted
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Smart People, Probably Most Technically Literate Company in Defense.
SOFTWARE ENGINEER (Current Employee) –  Sunnyvale, CAMay 9, 2016
Work environment is casual. Come in when you want: just make sure you finish your work.

I learned a ton. They really trust you to be able to do the work. And there's good and bad to that: you have an amazing opportunity to grow, impress and learn but you may stumble and fail.

Management is variable but overall, I haven't heard anyone complain immensely. No micromanagement or abusive behavior.

Co-workers are engineers in the most traditional sense. You're amongst your own kind.

Hardest part of the job is dealing with the unsexiness of the defense industry. Another other complaints comes with any software job: boring bug tracking tasks, etc.

Most enjoyable is the flexibility and the freedom to prove your knowledge/intellect.

Pay is average.
Pros
Flexible work schedules, great benefits.
Cons
Unsexy, will not make you rich.
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Raytheon is Purging Itself of Older Workers
Principal Systems Engineer (Former Employee) –  El Segundo, CAMay 9, 2016
I was laid off after many years of excellent performance and great reviews. It leaves a sour taste in your mouth. The company is trying very hard to become younger and lower paying.
Cons
Discriminates based on age
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Great company to work for
District Manager ACDelco Northeast region (Current Employee) –  Troy, MIMay 7, 2016
The ability to set our own schedules and to assist customers. They go beyond when it comes to employees. The training i recieved was top notch.
Pros
Great friendly co workers
Cons
NONE
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The best place I've ever worked at
Electronic Troubleshooter (Former Employee) –  Largo, FLMay 2, 2016
Smart, dedicated, and helpful co workers. Excellent benefits and excellent work environment (comfortable chairs, AC), state of the art equipment.
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Busy Work Environment
Product Test Specialist (Former Employee) –  Tucson, AZApril 28, 2016
Products provide a very unique production environment that allows one to engage and feel accomplished. The technology at Raytheon offers the ability to enhance your skill set and create a sense of pride when accomplished
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Challenging Work
Senior Principal Software Engineer (Current Employee) –  Aurora, COApril 28, 2016
Raytheon has very challenging and fulfilling work if you manage to be placed into the right team.

Some of the challenges is retaining great talent because benefits have been reduced such as elimination of profit sharing and reduced annual raises.
Pros
Great Co-Workers, Challenging Assignments
Cons
Reduction of Benefits, Raises and Promotions of Junior Engineers
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Nice office space in good location
Director Software Quality Assurance, CMMI SME (Current Employee) –  Fulton, MDApril 25, 2016
Solipsys is a generally nice place to work. Management lacks leadership skills advancement is difficult unless you are a favorite among leadership
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Executive Assistant
Buyer/Planner - Supply Chain Specialist (Former Employee) –  El Segundo, CAApril 23, 2016
Provided excellent buying support to engineers, and others that needed my support. Provided support to mangement and engineerings regarding shipment of parts, etc, using SAP
Pros
Busy
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Typical Defense Contractor
Principal Software Engineer (Current Employee) –  McKinney, TXApril 19, 2016
Highs and lows. Typical defense contractor. Can get stale after a while. Stability based on defense budget. Lots of available locations. Lots of products.
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