- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at Raytheon Missiles & Defense full-time (More than a year)
The only pros is the benefits!
Everything else is NEGATIVE based on my actual work experience
Advice to Management
OSQ was the worst department I have ever worked in during my over 20 years professional work experience including 6 years at the Raytheon In Indianapolis!
Hostile, unprofessional, total lack of directions/tools/effective management. No matter how many complaints HR has received about OSQ they totally turned a blind eye and did absolutely nothing about it, the department is a revolving door for employees and managers, there's a good reason why they can't keep anybody there for over one year!
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Raytheon Missiles & Defense (Tucson, AZ (US)) in December 2019.
I was sought out by a recruiter on LinkedIn, and had a 30-45 minute brief phone interview with a younger Ratheon engineer. I was informed that I would be moving forward in the interview process, and invited I was invited to a two-day hiring event in Tucson, AZ. The first day included an impressive facilities tour, the company pitch, and a networking event to meet and pitch ourselves to various teams. Formal interviews were the second day. I sat with two interviewers, both of whom were senior engineers. I was astonished at how non-technical my interview was, and pleased, given that my controls background was somewhat light. They asked me a few, minimally-technical questions about controls projects that I'd done. Instead, most of their questions were about the projects which involved my previous work in integrative physiology, as well as my current studies in manned spaceflight and space life sciences. They asked a few personal questions, asked me what drew me to their specific team, and asked if I had any questions for them.