Instructional Systems Designer (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – 10 November 2017
The work done here provides the navigation information that general, commercial, and military aviators rely upon to get themselves and their passengers from any airport on the globe to any other airport on the globe.
There are full time employees at Jeppesen that have been with the company 40+ years. It's tough to get hired here but once you do, you can make a difference for a long time.
Director (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – 15 September 2017
Boeing is trying to kill this company off. They are laying people off like crazy. This is a very passive aggressive atmosphere where Boeing team memebers try to eliminate Jeppesen employees. You cannot get app development through due to tons of missing headcount. Hiring in IT is frozen for key critical positions.
Senior Software Test Engineer (Current Employee) – Englewood, CO – 30 August 2017
Good work environment. Colleagues very helpful. Good mentors for people who want to learn more. Flexibility in combining working from home and office. Helps maintain good work life balance. Recognition for good work. Nice managers. Families are invited for events atleast 2 times a year which is good. In between also company takes care in providing employees with some fun/paid for events.
Management (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – 17 August 2017
Boeing is taking over the company and imposing their poor management skills by replacing management with people from Boeing and the Good Old Boys Network. Be prepared to have to deal with this network if you work there. Boeing needs to realize that building planes is not similar to developing software.
Jeppesen as a whole is a good place to work, Great Pay and Benefits
Senior Lead Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Englewood, CO – 17 May 2017
The day starts off catching up on email. The first meeting is a stand up to get the status of project. Next work on issues, log time. Depending on what day of the week their may be a backlog grooming or architectural design meetings.Code reviews. Look at the logs for the continuous integration and continuous delivery systems.
Value Stream/Release Train Engineer (Current Employee) – Centennial, CO – 7 May 2017
Jeppesen is a company in transition. They've experienced challenges with profitability and Boeing has inserted their management team to the detriment of company culture. The current mode is to offshore software development work. Morale has suffered and the top talent is leaving the company.
Great place to work, casual dress code, good benfits great people
Sr. Systems Administrator (Former Employee) – Englewood, CO – 30 June 2016
In the IT department people seemed more like a family not peers. The work was exciting and if you enjoy technical challenges it was fun. Was able to work with many different teams, projects, and technology solutions.
Great people, good benefits, work was fun and exciting
Facilities Services Coordinator (Current Employee) – Englewood, CO – 14 March 2016
Very busy day at work in facilities. Must be quick thinking, multi-task and able to respond to many different requests. That is me! I have great management. and time management skills. Follow up is very important as well as offering your interior and exterior customers great service
Was a good job at first, then it turned into a bad job
Production Specialist II (Former Employee) – Englewood, CO – 22 February 2016
Long hours w/o appreciation. Didn't learn anything except how to do the job. Bad management. Co-workers were alright but always angry w/ the management. Trying to work as fast as I could w/o making a mistake. Most enjoyable part of job was leaving at the end of the day.