Where will the next 100 years take us? If Boeing’s history of making the impossible possible is any indication, it’s going to be incredible.
For more than 75 years, our relationship with the UK aerospace industry has spanned commercial aviation and defense. Today, we’re transforming how people fly, developing new technology solutions, and even finding new ways to send us into the stars.
The Boeing Company is the world's largest aerospace company. And we're just getting started.
Join us, and work with bold innovators and dreamers who continually look for ways to build it bigger, smarter, faster, stronger and better.
Together, we’ll write our next century’s history.
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In the UK, we employ people across numerous sites, from Bristol to Belfast, Glasgow to Gosport, Yeovil to Milton Keynes, and we’re growing. At Boeing, our team dreams up the cutting-edge technology that helps design and create our next generation of innovative products. Bring your ideas and skills to Boeing, and build something better for yourself, for our customers and for the world.
Join us and build something better for yourself, for our customers and for the world.
In the UK, we employ people across numerous sites, and we’re growing. Our long relationship with the UK aerospace industry, armed forces and commercial aviation sector dates back more than 75 years. Today, the UK remains a critically important market and supplier base, as well as a source of some of the world's most inventive technology partners.
We offer many career paths in fields such as aircraft maintenance, avionics, business and finance, engineering, flight simulation and training, information systems/technology, project and programme management, and supply chain. Join us and build something better for yourself, for our customers and help change the world.
Browse the job categories below or view all current opportunities on our career site.
The Boeing Company is leading the aerospace industry into the next century, as we have done for the first 100 years of the company’s operations and we know that what we do at Boeing has a global impact. We recognize that our pursuit of that vision has significant impact on the individual communities where we live and work as well.
Boeing’s 2014 Corporate Citizenship report reflects some of the ways the company and its employees honour—and extend—the Boeing legacy by helping communities build a better future every day. We hope the stories about our dedicated people and our partners’ efforts will inspire others to take those small and large steps that lead to making a difference now and for generations to come.
In the UK, Boeing proudly supports education and environment projects such as The Schools Build a Plane Challenge in partnership with The Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS), xl clubs with The Prince’s Trust, Flying Scholarships in collaboration with the Air League, Partners in Flight with the American Air Museum at IWM Duxford, and The Earth Restoration Service. We contribute to global activities such as Earth Day and Boeing’s Global Month of Service.
Creating shared value is what we do every day. We welcome you to experience Boeing.
Boeing’s success in the UK is due to our innovation, our exceptional products, and our great people. We continue to grow, add new people, and build partnerships with more companies across the UK. How much of an influence do we have? Right now, the activities of the 2,000 people employed here by Boeing, support more than 60,000 jobs in the UK.
Please view all current opportunities on our career site.
I have been working at Boeing full-time
Senior staff treat you well
Long hours that really drag on if you aren't doing anything
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Boeing in March 2014.
I was interviewed for 3 different positions so there were 3 Eng. Managers and a potential co-worker on the conference-style phone call. Most of my questions were relevant to the academic projects stated in my CV on which they asked a lot of technical details. There were some behavioural questions as well like how did I dealt with problematic team members or had I ever worked within a team with foreigners. I think that as long as you're honest and know your technical stuff, you'll be OK.