Boeing’s culture of care involves creating an environment that retains and attracts the world’s top talent, inspiring and motivating employees to do their best work, and view the company as a special place to grow their careers by allowing them to contribute to projects that change the world. Boeing engineering centers in several countries, including Korea, Canada, India and Brazil, attract diverse global talent while the company continues to invest in their innovation and growth.
In Korea, women make up almost half of the team at the Boeing Korea Engineering & Technology Center. AvionX software architect Haesun Kim says it’s empowering to work in a more gender-balanced workplace. “It’s very exciting to be able to amplify my own creativity at Boeing, and I credit that to the incredible diversity of thought and experience of my teammates.”
Global talent has helped power Boeing’s innovation and success for decades. The company's site in Winnipeg, Canada, opened in 1971 with 50 employees, steadily expanding to become one of the company’s largest international manufacturing operations and largest aerospace composite manufacturer in the country. Today, there are about 1,000 employees, with more than 100 technical professionals.
“Boeing Winnipeg engineers are knowledgeable and experienced in all aspects of the airplane life cycle. This deep understanding drives creativity and innovation, the key elements to our success,” said Dimitrios Kukutsidis, senior manager of Engineering and Product Development.
The Boeing India Engineering & Technology Center (BIETC) employs more than 3,000 engineers and innovators across Bengaluru, Chennai, and Hyderabad to develop technologies that shape the future of aerospace for India and beyond.
“At BIETC, our 3,000-plus diverse engineering workforce contributes to global aerospace growth by delivering cutting-edge R&D, innovation, and high-quality engineering work for Boeing's defense, space, and commercial businesses. Our teams are committed to delivering safe products and services to serve our global customers,” said Ahmed Elsherbini, managing director of BIETC and chief engineer of Boeing India.
“Brazilian aerospace engineers are renowned for their highly skilled technical ability and practical problem solving skills,” says Landon Loomis, vice president of Latin America, Caribbean & Global Policy and managing director of Boeing Brazil. “This is exactly the sort of mindset and capability we need to solve the next generation of engineering challenges, and move our industry towards a more sustainable and efficient future.”
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