Tucson, Arizona is a great place to live and work. It consistently ranks among the United States’ top locations for innovation, tech talent, affordability and climate. Plus, it’s nationally recognized for its abundance of culinary, cultural and outdoor activities.
The largest city in southern Arizona is the headquarters of its largest private employer: Raytheon, an RTX business. More than 12,000 people work in Tucson for Raytheon. They’re problem solvers who contribute their expertise to advance the company’s end-to-end solutions that detect, track and engage threats to the U.S. and its allies.
Most of the company’s open positions are in engineering, operations and supply chain categories, but the company is also hiring talented people for finance, digital technology, contracts and legal roles.
To encourage employees’ professional development, Raytheon offers tuition assistance at higher education institutions, such as the University of Arizona. And, for a city that’s known as a tech hub and talent magnet, Raytheon provides robust relocation packages that can include temporary housing and transportation of household goods and automobiles.
In addition, the company and its employees support their local community. They’re partnered with Pima JTED in Tucson, courses for high-schoolers interested in technology careers. Other opportunities that make a difference include mentorships for military veterans, scholarships and volunteer efforts in STEM programs, local food banks and vegetable gardens.
So, with all this in mind, head to our careers site to explore opportunities in the diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace at Raytheon in Tucson.
But first, check out this pictorial featuring employees who live and work in the city.