Join Raytheon's World-Class Workforce
Feb. 13th 2018
Raytheon, ranked among the top 500 "America's Best Employers" by Forbes, is also known for a world-class workforce that's driven their competitive advantage and industry success. Raytheon has worked diligently to foster an inclusive and culturally competent workplace that embraces all differences as opportunities to expand global growth, build competitive advantage and drive collaboration. They've achieved these objectives by focusing on three primary areas: diversity, experience, and learning.
Working at Raytheon is more than just a paycheck and health plan - Raytheon supports community efforts that inspire tomorrow's leaders to become the scientists, technologists and engineers who will make the world a safer place.
If this sounds like a company you'd like to be a part of, we encourage you to apply to one of the jobs below. Make sure to also follow Raytheon on PowerToFly to get the inside scoop on any new opportunities that may become available!
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