Boeing compensation and work environment

Oct 23, 2019 10 Comments

About to get a job offer from Boeing, I was wondering if anyone could give me some insight on what sort of salary an E2 is making at Boeing. In particular, if anyone has insight as to what kind of work environment to expect I'd appreciate it.


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  • Boeing ncbdk
    Location? I would imagine the environment is not very different from Honeywell? Very large established company with lots of bureaucracy. Things move slow here but WLB is outstanding.

    Boeing is known for taking good care of its employees. Good benefits and even better 401k matching.
    Oct 23, 2019 2
    • FHLB jb777
      Which location do you work in, may I ask? I’m also interviewing with them (Chicago) and would love any insight. Very nice to hear that WLB is good!
      Oct 23, 2019
    • Boeing / Supply/Log Gooblyjuic
      Honestly work life balance depends on the team. My last team had a fantastic WLB. My new team doesn’t have one.
      Oct 24, 2019
  • Microsoft Jack ripper
    Old school windows 2008 legacy environments, with near zero leadership flexibility on using new tech or throwing out outdated processes. There is a committee for everything, whether or not it’s needed anymore. IT leadership made their stripes in the physical server era.
    Oct 23, 2019 0
  • Boeing NDpu08
    Each skill may use different grades, easiest is L1 - L7, others is just a Letter like for an admin it could be a Level B which depicts what level you support. E5 is the lowest level of exec - CEO of Boeing is E1.
    Oct 24, 2019 0
  • Boeing prince t
    slzm60, can you clarify your skillcode & level? Boeing's levels work like this:
    Individual contributors : start at L1 (new grad) & go up to L5 (subject matter expert/consultant)
    Managers : start at "K" for a 1st line manager and go up to "M" for director.
    Executives : E3, E2, E1

    Are you interviewing for an executive level role? or an engineer starting at L2?
    Oct 24, 2019 2
    • Boeing ncbdk
      I thought it was P1 through P5? Is the letter L new?
      Oct 24, 2019
    • Boeing blakbeauty
      not new in my 12 years here
      Oct 24, 2019
  • Boeing aemg38
    Skill code matters more than level for new hires
    Oct 24, 2019 0
  • Boeing / Eng muilenbot
    Depends on position and location but Engineering/ IT in Seattle can range anywhere from $80k-$100k. WLB and Benefits as mentioned especially 401(k) and tuition assistance are excellent.
    Oct 24, 2019 0


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