How has COVID-19 impacted hiring at Raytheon Technologies?
We currently have more than 2,700 openings across our defense business globally, many in engineering-related positions. We are working closely with our commercial aerospace employees to transition those with the necessary skillsets into those positions when possible.
Additionally, we’ve significantly changed our hiring, internship and onboarding programs:
- We are using virtual interviewing much more broadly than before, as well as virtual career fairs. Some of our businesses are also hosting full virtual interview days, consisting of a virtual company overview by an RTX executive, followed by multiple virtual interviews with several hiring teams and approximately 125 candidates attending. We are also preparing for what is shaping up to be a mostly virtual Fall Campus season.
- Most or our new hires are onboarded virtually.
- Internships for non-essential roles will be virtual and we are adjusting programming accordingly.
- Our signature rotational Leadership Development Programs have also made adjustments and will hold virtual events such as orientation and graduation.
How can I search and apply for open jobs?
Visit the Careers Overview page and use the search toolbar at the top of the page to view all open jobs by keyword or location. From that page, you can also filter your search to see open jobs by business.
I have been asked to interview or I am being given an offer via Google Hangouts, Skype, Facebook, etc. Is this legitimate?
No. We conduct all electronic correspondence using email addresses that end in "rtx.com" or via our applicant tracking systems, Brassring or Workday Recruiting. We do not use Google Hangouts, Skype or Facebook Live to make job offers or interview candidates.
We are aware of fraudulent attempts to collect job applicants' personal information by perpetrators posing as hiring managers or recruiters.
For more information about phishing scams and how to identify them, visit https://www.usa.gov/stop-scams-frauds.
To report fraud please go to: https://www.ic3.gov.
How do I opt out of future job postings from Raytheon Technologies?When you receive the job alert email, scroll to the bottom of the page, and click “unsubscribe.”
Can I work for Raytheon Technologies in the United States if I am not a U.S citizen?
Some of our positions are open only to those who meet the legal definition of U.S. persons, and some require a security clearance. We typically include these restrictions in our job postings.
What happens to my information if I created a profile with Otis or Carrier?
If you applied to Otis or Carrier, which separated from United Technologies, that company will keep your application and contact information. If your profile is not connected to any open job application, Carrier, Otis and Raytheon Technologies will keep your application and contact information. If you want to view, update or delete your data, you can contact each company using the contact details in their respective privacy notice.
As a retiree, how do I get information about retirement benefits?For former Raytheon employees:
Please contact the Raytheon Benefit Center at:
Raytheon Benefit Center
P.O. Box 7825
Ocala, FL 34478-7825
You should include a copy of the SSA form with your correspondence.
For former United Technologies employees:
Please contact the UTC Pension Service Center at:
UTC Pension Service Center
P.O. Box 5261
Cherry Hill, NJ 08031-5261
Overnight Mail (Pension)
101 Woodcrest Road
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
UTC Benefits Center (Health, Welfare, Savings Plan)
P.O. Box 7214
Rantoul, IL 61866-7214
I need special assistance to apply to an opening. Where can I get help?For special assistance or accommodations while seeking employment, please email [email protected]. We provide reasonable accommodations to people with physical and mental disabilities, and we will make a determination on your request on a case-by-case basis.
Raytheon Technologies is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status, age, or any other federally protected class.