"Rockwell is a strong aviation company that I have worked for the last 8 years. They are in a competitive market that is evolving and changing quickly."
"When I worked for Airshow, Inc which was later acquired by Rockwell Collins. Airshow had a great company culture. I wouldn't mind working for this company again if there's an opportunity to do so."
"Management lacked technical knowledge to accurately schedule completion. Project seriously underbid resulting in pressure to work extra hours."
"I have been working since 2008."
"Good company to work for. Work life balance and diversity are of high value to the company."
"You get what you put in basically."
"I am responsible for 15 Procurement professionals and 10 Logistics professionals. I was promoted from a Sr. Manager, Procurement/Logistics from our Portland, OR plant in which I worked for five years growing the business from $50M to $300M over that time period."
"Large company.Very little (none) loyalty to the workers."
"If you want to work as a software engineer, I recommend sticking to the Cedar Rapids offices. The process center software engineering group is hated by the rest of IT for the fact that it exists, although they are unwilling (or unable) to tackle the needs of the process center."
"Rockwell Collins is an aerospace company with interests in the defense and commercial avionics sector. I have no experience in commercial but the government division is a very good employer, with ample work and reasonable hours. The downside is okay compensation and not much opportunity to move up quickly."
"I worked there for about 6 years as a contractor. I worked on some interesting projects and have flexibility in my schedule. I enjoyed meeting the people there."
"Stable company and a well-known name in the industry. The pay is a bit below average, and yearly raises barely keep up with inflation.Good area to raise a family with a lost cost of living, but certainly not suitable for single or young professionals.Hard to move up unless you join the inner circle."
"My main project as a Head of the flight Control Department at AEROS inc. finished in August and now I'm in a transition position as a Software Lead at ARINC, helping to generate the next release of the one of ARINC's Surface Transportation and Security Systems products."
"If I never work at a Lean Electronics shop again, it will be too soon. It is a constant struggle to get sufficient resources to do the job right, which is a good way to win government contract bids, but very hard on the morale of a conscientious engineer."
"Rockwell Collins is a great company for which to work."