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2 days ago

SAP Banking Associate Partner – new

IBM Washington, DC

Position requires candidates to be located in one of the 21 core cities as well as… IBM


4 days ago

Oracle Retail Associate Partner

IBM Washington, DC

for the Oracle Retail Associate Partner role include: 1. Engagement Delivery: • Meet annual managed… IBM


7 days ago

SAP Order to Cash Project Manager/Associate Partner

IBM Washington, DC

Position requires candidates to be located in one of the 21 core cities as well as… IBM


4 days ago

Global Security Senior Managing Consultant - SAP

IBM Washington, DC

The consultants in the global security services practice are advisors and management consultants who can speak about the entire security landscape… IBM


6 days ago

Program Director, X-Force Strategy & Product Management

IBM Washington, DC

• Define and execute a business strategy based upon a demonstrated understanding of the threat intelligence market and enterprise customer needs… IBM


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    Great for Experienced individuals, not great to grow as a College Hire

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    I have been working at IBM full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Really great benefits: medical insurance is great, college hires get 15 days vacation off the bat, they have a wellness program to follow where they give you a rebate, work-life balance is determined by you (you can choose to work only 40 hr a week or you can choose to work more).
    Wonderful to have a Big 5 company on your resume.
    Higher salary over many other companies when starting as a college hire.

    Cons

    They have great benefits when getting hired out of college, but they do a poor job of teaching college hires the ropes. IBM will place a young (cheap) college hire anywhere and expect them to know the business process/area. There's not much room to grow as a college hire and not much choice on project, you're basically just placed into a position if you have little experience. Even they've said it, you're a body that is charging the client and making a profit for them.
    Raises are extremely small, bonuses are rare. They try to cut back to make more profit for themselves and don't reward their 'minions' for the work they do.

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