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Electronic & Electrical Engineering Employee Profiles

Hear what our electronic and electrical engineering professionals have to say about Boeing.

Scott Radke

Scott Radke

Avionics Integration Engineer, EA-18G Program
St. Louis, Missouri

“Innovation isn’t just a single eureka moment, it’s a series of eureka moments, over time. It’s solving one problem, and then another problem presents itself. Now you have to solve that problem. Electronic attack is a constant back and forth between threat system development and our own electronic attack system development to counter those things. It’s a continuous back and forth iteration. Constantly upgrading the system.”

Isaac Neal

Isaac Neal

Isaac Neal, engineer with Boeing's Compact Laser Weapons System, completed a live-fire test of Boeing's Compact Laser Weapons System: “We knew what the system was capable of, and we were confident in the system, but we had never taken a shot at an airborne drone. We just had to trust the science, and the beam size was exactly what it should have been.”

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Joseph Carty

Joseph Carty

Equipment Install Engineer
Everett, Washington

“If you want to grow yourself. If you want to start out as an engineer and work your way up to an executive, Boeing is the place to go. They’ll get you training and classes to help you get there. If you just want to work on cool things, Boeing is the place to go. You can work on commercial airplanes, satellites or defense equipment. If you're looking for a place where the people are supportive and want to help you, Boeing is the place to go.”

Christine Cameron

Christine Cameron

Lead Mission Systems Engineer
Mesa, Arizona

“Each day, I look forward to coming in to Boeing because I know my team is going to do something incredible every day. It doesn’t matter what we have in store. I know today is not going to be like yesterday. There’s always going to be new challenges. Coming into The Boeing Company as a new engineer, there are so many opportunities. You just have to let yourself experience them, really. I went from weapons integration to—which was really cool—to the unmanned Little Bird—which is even cooler. That’s pretty much the end-all for me.”

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