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Cloud Solutions Sales Specialist

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The Red Hat Sales team is seeking a Cloud Solutions SalesSolutions Sales Specialist, you'll be responsible for… Glassdoor

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Red Hat President & CEO Jim Whitehurst
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    It's an everyday challenge, but I always get to learn new things. I love being part of the commitment to open source.

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    Current Employee - Consultant  in  Richmond, VA
    Current Employee - Consultant in Richmond, VA

    I have been working at Red Hat full-time for more than 3 years


    As a consultant, you receive decent quarterly bonuses, great stock grants, and your cell phone bill is reimbursed. You can take Red Hat training courses and certification exams for free if you can get a break from your normal job duties to take them. You get to work at a lot of different places, work with really smart and experienced people, and learn new things constantly. I never feel under-challenged.


    The salary could be better, but it's offset with bonuses and perks. As a consultant, you may have to travel a lot, but this is something I personally enjoy. While you learn new things every day, it can also make you feel like a newbie every time you go on a new project because there is always endless new things to learn. You get placed in some very high pressure situations which can be stressful at times. Promotions can be rather difficult unless you are an absolute rockstar.

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    Better annual increases in salary would make consultants feel like they are worth the effort they are putting into their projects. It seems like managers will give all manner of perks and spot-bonuses before giving a single penny in salary increase. The bar for promotions keeps moving so that it feels nearly unattainable.

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