Powerful Careers – Legendary Innovations. Raytheon offers a wealth of opportunities for your future and beyond. Bring your talent and skills to a company where challenging the status quo and innovative thinking is encouraged. Our recent college graduate and internship/co-op opportunities allow you to put your academic achievements to work. You'll be presented with opportunities that have an immediate impact on who we are and our presence in a global industry.
What does it take to be successful at Raytheon? Check out these traits to see if you have the right mix.
- Challenge Status Quo
- Communication Skills
- Eager to Learn
- Emotional Intelligence
- Leadership Traits
- Problem Solver
- Team Player
We hire people who want to make the world a safer place.
It’s fun. The work we do is exciting. The growth has been positive. The opportunities have been abundant. There’s a lot of potential in the company, and I’ve experienced it firsthand.– Alfonso Lopez, Engineer
401(k) / Retirement Plans
Watch your financial wellness grow. Enrollment eligibility begins on your first day of work with an employer match up to 3%.
Be recognized and recognize others with our new employee awards program. At Raytheon, we appreciate notable and exceptional performance.
Work / Life Balance
Raytheon appreciates work/life balance. Employees can work 9 hours a day every week and receive every other Friday off*
* Requires departmental/manager approval; Interns/Co-ops in California may not be eligible to participate.
Paid Time Off
Accrue paid time off monthly. Receive 12 holidays per year including the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day.
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.
Select technical positions are eligible for relocation packages. See specific job description for eligibility requirements.
Raytheon offers all eligible employees up to three weeks paid parental leave for the birth or adoption of a child (separate from paid maternity leave or Family & Medical Leave Act).
This is a full-time Summer Internship for a minimum of 12 weeks.
The EHSS intern position will participate in a complex and exciting environment, learning many aspects of occupational health and safety and environmental compliance and sustainability in a large manufacturing site as well as at smaller engineering sites and contribute to the development of creative and innovative solutions.
The organization is heavily aligned with Six Sigma principles; hence a key component of this internship will be the completion of a project leading to Six Sigma Specialist certification. The intern will have broad-based exposure to various business areas including Finance, Supply Chain, Facilities, Engineering, Manufacturing and Communications.
U.S Citizenship is requiredCandidates must be currently enrolled in a college/university program with an emphasis in Environmental Sciences, Industrial Hygiene, Safety, Environmental Engineering, Sustainability or other related field. Ability to obtain a US Department of Defense Security Clearance.
GPA of 3.0 or better strongly desiredSophomore standing or aboveEffective written and oral communication skills
- Strong computer skills (Microsoft Excel, Sharepoint, Word, PowerPoint, OneNote)
- Ability to work in a dynamic and challenging environment
- Ability to work well both as part of a team or as an individual contributor
Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems Operations organization provides quantifiable competitive advantage by connecting Operations with Facilities, Environmental Health and Safety and Security to all aspects of our business. We accomplish this by building and maintaining a safe, secure and productive environment for our employees and customers to enable delivery of whole-life products and integrated solutions.
Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.