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Senior Principal Product Manager

Nuance Burlington, MA

• Identify and size new markets adjacent to Dragon Naturally Speaking value propositions and related technologies • Collaborate with… Nuance


23 days ago

Senior Agile Program Manager

Nuance Sunnyvale, CA

Nuance Communications is looking for a Senior Program Manager who is a natural leader passionate about helping people, solving problems, and… Nuance


7 days ago

Senior Program Manager Real Estate

Nuance Burlington, MA

involve managing all aspects of Real Estate/Facilities Program Management. Programs consist of both process driven projects- establishing common… Nuance


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    Former Employee - Sales Operations Contracts Specialist  in  Burlington, MA
    Former Employee - Sales Operations Contracts Specialist in Burlington, MA

    I worked at Nuance full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    There is a good, communicative dynamic with co-workers. My boss was the best (I worked in Sales Operations). No micro-management, so you have to be self driven, but if you are, it works out perfectly. They were very supportive in helping me develop in my position and also build my skills to move around and/or up in the company.Work life balance wasn't bad. I usually worked 40 hours, except it gets really busy at the end of the quarter, so I would work closer to 50 once every few months.

    Cons

    Some of the work was pretty repetitive and required sitting at the computer for long periods of time staring into excel sheets. It's a good job, but at the end of the day, it's a cube job.

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