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Ground System Engineer (C3S) NSOF – new

Raytheon Company Suitland, MD

The Ground Systems Engineer will be responsible for understanding the entire system to include Space/Ground links, Spacecraft, Ground Station support… Raytheon Company


8 hrs ago

Sr IDPS Operator – new

Raytheon Company Suitland, MD

JPSS CGS program is developing the next-generation weather satellite systems. Raytheon is developing, operating and sustaining the Command, Control… Raytheon Company


8 hrs ago

Sr. EMOC/Systems Engineer – new

Raytheon Company Suitland, MD

JPSS CGS program is developing the next-generation weather satellite systems. Raytheon is developing, operating and sustaining the Command, Control… Raytheon Company


8 hrs ago

EMOC/Systems Engineer I – new

Raytheon Company Suitland, MD

JPSS CGS program is developing the next-generation weather satellite systems. Raytheon is developing, operating and sustaining the Command, Control… Raytheon Company


8 hrs ago

IDPS Engineer – new

Raytheon Company Suitland, MD

The Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) program, Mission Support Team (MST) is seeking a highly motivated IDPS NESDIS Ground System Engineer (GSE) to… Raytheon Company


8 hrs ago

EMOC/Systems Engineer II – new

Raytheon Company Suitland, MD

JPSS CGS program is developing the next-generation weather satellite systems. Raytheon is developing, operating and sustaining the Command, Control… Raytheon Company


8 hrs ago

Sr Comp Network Technlgst I – new

Raytheon Company Crystal City, VA

Raytheon IIS is looking for successful candidate to provide the full specturm of ET&E for communication systems that support airborne command center… Raytheon Company


8 hrs ago

Sr Mgr Systems Engineering – new

Raytheon Company Crystal City, VA

include: • Provide systems engineering input and direction on design, integration, installation, test and certification activities to bring… Raytheon Company


8 hrs ago

DEV Spiral Lead S8.2 VA – new

Raytheon Company Crystal City, VA

Candidate will be responsible for coordinating and leading the efforts of multi-discipline Software and Network development team focusing on the… Raytheon Company


8 hrs ago

Sr. Cyber Engineer I – new

Raytheon Company Washington, DC +2 locations

We are looking for an ArcSight Senior Systems Engineers with experience in multiple network/system technologies to review work products and services… Raytheon Company


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    Current Employee - Systems Engineer I  in  Tucson, AZ (US)
    Current Employee - Systems Engineer I in Tucson, AZ (US)

    I have been working at Raytheon full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Coworkers tend to have tons of experience and know how with their work. I am very young (started here right out of my undergraduate degree) and have generally felt I've been surrounded by very intelligent people. The people you're surrounded with are generally very helpful, when they choose to be, and are good individuals. It's been heavily emphasized from the get-go that I need to get an advanced degree to move up. If you get plugged in with the right group of people, i can easily see this place being a wonderful place to work. The atmosphere is pretty cut throat, and is inspiring if you have the drive to succeed. If you have a lot of independent drive, you will build a network that will help you reach success. You need to be willing to put yourself out there (and risk falling flat on your face) to grow, which is challenging but is good. Need to consistently seek out opportunities. I generally feel in control of what I get to work on. Taking time off work is almost NEVER a problem as long as you flex your hours, use PTO, and complete work on time - a flexible schedule is absolutely wonderful, not to mention every other Friday off! Benefits are great too.

    Cons

    The people are generally nice and helpful, but most of all keep to themselves with their work and socially. Relationships at work aren't ever really built up and business is the primary driver (which can be good and bad, but I think a little more balance would be good). The culture is what would be expected at any engineering company - a lot of the people are very very reserved when engaging at meetings or communicating with each other which makes understanding what to do very difficult. Unless directed so by someone higher than them, more often than not people would come off as reluctant to help. Middle management is pretty awful at guiding new hires in their jobs, they just expect you to sink or swim. There is a massive gap in knowledge between new hires and most of the existing employees, with a culture that seemingly suppresses any attempt to eliminate this great divide. Also, the structure for performance reviews is awful and is set up to fail unless you devote a significant amount of time 'bragging' to your superior about your accomplishments; you'd think such a large, successful corporation would have a more defined performance evaluation cycle in place that would lead people to success. Often times I can see people getting in a rut if they don't actively communicate work to their functional supervisors, and easily getting complacent with what they do. The program I am on is rife with politics which aggravates the hell out of me, but I've heard it's not as bad as other companies.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    There NEEDS to be a culture change in sharing knowledge. The divide that exists in knowledge between the head sheds to lower engineers is palpable and is established - hardly any individuals are taking it up as their duty to change this. Middle managers need to spend more time helping those below them as well as performance evaluations need to be more thorough - there needs to be a defined criteria of characteristics individuals shall meet that define the different levels of engineers. Currently, the evaluation system in place is exploited by nepotism, and unless you have a good supervisor, you won't get fairly recognized.

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