Engineering changes for newly designed parts and trying to maintain a delivery schedule to the end user.
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Meet with Boeing is searching for experienced engineers in Oklahoma City, OK. Meet with hiring managers and discuss employment opportunities at Boeing on
Tuesday, January 22, from 4:30p - 7:30p, at the The Jones Assembly, 901 W. Sheridan Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73106.
Interested applicants are required to register before attending this event.
Oklahoma City, OK - Boeing is seeking experienced professionals in the fields of Electrical, Software, Cyber Security, Systems, Mechanical, Structures, Certification and Aerospace Engineering.
Join Boeing at the their career event on January 22, to learn more about the Boeing Engineering opportunities in Oklahoma City, OK.
Date / Time - January 22, 2019, between 4:30pm-7:30pm
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My company McDonnell Douglas was bought by Boeing. I didn't work very long with Boeing them because they closed our work place and moved us to a different building further away from my home giving me a longer commute. I decided to leave the company for another job closer to home and higher pay. I was encouraged to stay but decided to leave anyway.
Never happened we were adults not children
The people I worked with were easy to work with. We formed a team
Retiring, Boeing has no appreciation for it's employees.
All the great benefits and most of my co-workers.
I love aviation. For the longest time, I wanted to fly but because of a medical condition, I couldn't.
However, that didn't stop me from realizing that if I couldn't fly them, maybe I could help make them.
This led me to Boeing. Everything I do there, I'm part of aviation history.
I've helped to build the 777 (my favorite commercial aircraft); the 747, where I helped to build the new Air Force One; and finally 767, where I help to build the... see more