How can I view the status of my submissions?
How long will it be before I learn what my submission status is?
Raytheon's recruitment process often involves job requisitions with hundreds of applicants; thus, while some jobs are filled quickly, others take time (often months) to successfully fill. If you are among the best qualified candidates for a position, as determined by our Raytheon hiring managers and recruiters, you will be contacted for a phone screen or an interview. If your qualifications and experience do not match our job requirements, you will receive an email notifying you that you have not been selected for a particular position and/or your status will be updated for that submission in your Raytheon account. Please be patient, as this process can take some time.
What type of benefits do you offer?
While benefits may vary based on business unit, location and/or union status, Raytheon employees receive comprehensive benefits as part of a competitive compensation package. Health and wellness plans are available to you and your eligible children. Other benefits include insurance, income protection, investment/retirement and work/life programs.
I have been asked to interview or I am being given an offer via Google Hangouts, Skype, FB Live, etc. Is this legitimate?
Raytheon follows a very rigorous process to select the best-fit candidate for every open position. Only candidates who submit an application via the Raytheon careers website will be considered for a position. Our Talent Acquisition team screens every application and engages only the best qualified candidates to discuss next steps.
Per this rigorous process, we conduct all electronic correspondence using e-mail addresses that end in “Raytheon.com” or via our applicant tracking system which utilizes “brassring.com”. Raytheon does not leverage Google Hangouts, Skype or Facebook Live for interviewing or to make job offers. We will also never ask you to pay for anything up front or for your secure information during an interview. For more information about phishing scams and how to identify them, visit https://www.usa.gov/stop-scams-frauds.
Do you recruit on campus?
Raytheon looks for the best and the brightest to join our organization. You can learn more about our campus event schedule, leadership development program and other topics at http://jobs.raytheon.com/career-paths/campus-recruiting and on our Facebook page.
Do you hire a diverse workforce?
Raytheon has an unwavering commitment to building an inclusive culture that recognizes uniqueness, empowers each employee, values all contributions and contributors, and leverages a diverse workforce. Visit our Diversity page to read the Raytheon non-discrimination policy and learn more.
Do you offer a hiring bonus?
Hiring bonuses are offered at the discretion of the hiring manager and the Talent Acquisition team.
Do you offer training?
Raytheon is committed to the growth and improvement of our employees, offering a variety of opportunities like applied learning, experiential learning and accelerants. Depending on business unit and location, Raytheon employees are often able to participate in internal and external training, mentorship programs, cross functional training, leadership development programs, job shadowing, industry-specific networking events, lunch-and-learn programs and other activities.
Do you offer relocation?
Relocation is an important business – and personal – decision. Select positions are eligible for relocation packages.
Do you offer tuition reimbursement?
Our educational assistance program provides reimbursement for approved courses and accredited certificate/degree programs relevant to your position. Full-time employees are eligible for up to $10,000 in assistance each year.
I am a former employee and have questions about retirement benefits?
Please contact the Raytheon Benefit Center at:
Raytheon Benefit Center
P.O. Box 7825
Ocala, FL 34478-7825
You should include a copy of the SSA form with your correspondence to the RBC.
I am not a US Citizen. Can I still work for Raytheon in the US?
Many positions across Raytheon may require the eligibility to obtain a security clearance. Non-U.S. citizens may not be eligible to obtain a security clearance. The Defense Industrial Security Clearance Office (DISCO), an agency of the Department of Defense, handles and adjudicates the security clearance process. Security clearance factors include, but are not limited to, allegiance to the U.S., foreign influence, foreign preference, criminal conduct, security violations and drug involvement.
Employment is contingent on other factors, including, but not limited to, background checks and drug screens.