Ticket to ride

If you’re a Boeing employee, you probably hear one question all the time: “Can you get me a job?” It’s rare to find someone who doesn’t love working for this company, which is why I’m always receiving inquiries or resumes from job hunters.

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Ready to find that first job. Here’s me from the 1981 Cornellian yearbook.

Now, there’s a new way to track job opportunities here at Boeing. Our Facebook page dedicated to Boeing Careers just launched a few days ago. Obviously, the best part of the page will be frequent postings about job openings.

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Our new Boeing Careers page on Facebook.

As we step up our production rates on the 737, 747 and 777, we’ve been hiring new aircraft technicians and assemblers. But we’re not stopping at the production line. We’re hiring all over the company— from all over the world— and we’re looking for the best and brightest.

In addition to job openings, the new Facebook page is also dedicated to giving you a better feel of what it’s like to work for Boeing. Imagine watching your creation go from the drawing board to the skies. A recent post focused on engineers with the Boeing Design Center in Russia along with a link to current openings for engineers.

As many readers know, I started my career at Boeing in 1981 as a flight test engineer. It’s been an incredible ride—a ride I’d encourage anyone interested in a career at Boeing to take. If you want to see just how exciting it is to work here, check out the video below of our employees’ 2010 accomplishments.

Comments (5)

Neil Doh (Bothell, Washington, US):

I love the video--easily the BEST recruiting tool on campus. Go Boeing, Go!

Helen (Wichita):

I know a lot of friends who would love to work there too. Will be tracking this page often. Cool video randy

Norman (Long Beach, California, United States):

This is great video and recruiting tool for a bright future in building and engineering the worlds most modern and innovative aircraft.

yogesh (Singapore):

Fabulous video!

NIKOLAY KLIMCHUK (New York):

The Boeing had great 2010 and 2011 will be even better!

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