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- 3.011. Juli 2023Senior Solutions ConsultantEhem. Mitarbeiter, weniger als 1 JahrNew York, NY
Plenty of opportunity to learn, but a very Dev-ops heavy knowledge is pretty crucial. You'll need to learn fast, find information that is basically tribal knowledge, and sometimes if there isn't a fix in the product, you'll have to build your own solutions. Which can be good if you were looking forward to that, but bad that you might have to be your own Products development. Good integration going forward to make the platform easier to navigate, especially with their Grok AI initiative. Remote first company as of right now. Compensation is market competitive. A good push for diversity and inclusion. Flexible PTO. Good benefits package.
Not a lot of room for any product developments that aren't already on the roadmap. So, if it's not already on the roadmap, it can be years (if ever) that the solution gets built. Or you can figure out a work around. Leadership seems to not have a clearly defined vision for more than 1 quarter at a time. Which makes it hard to create GTM planning and seem credible 3-6 months later. They definitely do work you pretty good and you will be very busy. Not necessarily a Con, but something worth noting.5
- 3.027. Sept. 2023Technical Support EngineerAkt. Mitarbeiter, mehr als 3 Jahre
Flex Time Off. Option to work from home or go into office. Employer provided health insurance.
Fewer and fewer job opportunities. Less investment in internal growth (including removal of career growth resources). Slowly benefits are being chipped away. More strict with FTO. Pay raises are smaller, compensation pay structures have resulted in less pay. Overall ability to trust leadership has been declining. Health insurance choices are nothing special.