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Overall, I was well compensated for the job, the benefits were excellent and my raises were good compared to my new job after leaving Boeing.I would definitely go back there to work again. My immediate manager who is no longer working there was great and guided my working up to a senior position.
Great compensation package as a whole
I was contracted out to another company so didn't feel company culture
Premiere place for both newly graduated and experienced candidates. Good work / life balance for a subject matter expert. Training is available and plentiful. My view is that of an experienced candidate expecting this to be my last place of employment prior to retirement.
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I worked as a contracted employee so I can't speak for Boeing Corporate. Where I worked, everyone was very nice and did their best to help me achieve my goals. The only reason I left was because I wanted to dive deeper into the IT field, which is what I studied, and they simply didn't have the opportunities available to me on that contract.
I have been thoroughly impressed with my time at Boeing. Their is a great work environment and the people are extremely friendly and go out of there way to help you. Pay and benefits are on par with the best in any industry, and they are constantly adding new benefits in order to attract top talent.
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Typical Day: Being lectured on how the higher ups are putting pressure on the project and being asked to work weekends. My typical day included documenting test procedures. There was very poor/non existent documentation on how the software could be tested, and when developers were asked how to test their software, a lot of the time, they did not know. Culture: Work until you burn out. Hardest Part: Figuring out how to get work done with no clear given direction. Most Enjoyable Part: Employers won't care if you take a 1 hour lunch.
Far too many dysfunctional coworkers at this location and repetitive work abuses observed about same. Manager reported at SC location and she did not observe the abuses first hand so she rarely took control over the incidents. Disruptive work environment was thus "allowed" to continue almost unchecked. This same ineffective manager routinely scored in the 40-50% (of 100%) employee approval rating. Miserable place to work due to coworkers who seemingly got away with almost daily workplace abuses.
Boeing has several different business units. One of the only companies where you can potentially work in every profession. Boeing has been around for 100yrs, so there is a great sense of pride about staying true to the Boeing Values and mission statement. Being a century-year-old company has its cons as well. Most business functions still operate through manuel excel spreadsheets. There isn't a digital dashboard or one-stop-shop. IMO too much time, is exhausted building powerpoints and ensuring the data is accurate to report the same churn instead of spending time analyzing the data to provide management direction. Boeing will be around for the long-run, so job security is warm and fuzzy. Core business units push you to earn every penny, Not a place for you to clock in and clock out. Come to Boeing ready to put on your hard hat and go to work!
Like I said it was a great place to work. I enjoyed the work I got to do. Got to work on a variety of different projects doing different things which where at times were very challenging. That's what I enjoyed ! I just was very sad when there was a reduction in force,RIF, after Boeing came in.
tested circuit boards and located faulty parts and had certified solders technicians to replace the parts. assembly units and conducted testing of the units before being shipped to the customer
pay, benefits, work schedules
second shift, traffic
I was one of the managers responsible for all the engineering systems, interconnections, LAN/WANs/SATs connectivity, CCITT and Orange book knowledge and systems, as well as projects directly working with NASA as the site PM.
excellent work and knowledge