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Incident Response Analyst (Security Network Engineer)

Silicon Valley Bank Tempe, AZ

Collect and preserve evidence following industry best practices and established procedures. Work closely with Law Enforcement Agencies… Silicon Valley Bank


2 days ago

IT Business Systems Analyst - Online/Mobile – new

Silicon Valley Bank Tempe, AZ

The ideal candidate will possess strong systems analysis skills and some project management capabilities – the position will require both sets of… Silicon Valley Bank


5 days ago

IT Recruiter

Silicon Valley Bank Santa Clara, CA

• Sources, screens, interviews and hires both internal and external candidates multiple client groups, develops and implements recruiting processes… Silicon Valley Bank


5 days ago

Sr. Credit Officer II - PES

Silicon Valley Bank Menlo Park, CA

• Ensures that all Credit Risk Ratings are appropriate and well supported. • Works closely with lending and credit support… Silicon Valley Bank


4 days ago

Data Analytics Analyst

Silicon Valley Bank San Francisco, CA

SVB Analytics works with the executives of privately held companies to provide independent valuation opinions so that those companies can manage… Silicon Valley Bank


6 days ago

CFO - SVB Capital

Silicon Valley Bank Menlo Park, CA

• Maintain and expand relationships with Limited Partners and with the CFOs of the funds and portfolio companies in which the firm has invested… Silicon Valley Bank


6 days ago

Principal Systems Analyst (Core Banking: FLEXCUBE)

Silicon Valley Bank California

We are looking for a Principal Systems Analyst, who possesses a minimum of 5 years of FLEXCUBE experience, has strong business and systems analysis… Silicon Valley Bank


3 days ago

Systems Analyst / Business Systems Analyst – new

Silicon Valley Bank California

Work within our global sales and service technology team to help ensure our applications and technology are able to deliver the capabilities in… Silicon Valley Bank


6 days ago

Manager, Community Development Finance

Silicon Valley Bank San Francisco, CA

We are facing a critical need for affordable housing in communities across the country. Yet financing for development projects that stabilize… Silicon Valley Bank


2 days ago

Operations Specialist – new

Silicon Valley Bank Tempe, AZ

Within a typical work day the selected candidate will work with department managers or other… Silicon Valley Bank


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    SVB IT department is a pool of distrust, dishonesty and disingenuity

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Santa Clara, CA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Santa Clara, CA

    I have been working at Silicon Valley Bank full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    SVB is a great place to work, as long as you're not currently working in IT or Global Services.

    Cons

    I've been with SVB for just over 10 years in the IT dept playing several different roles both as an individual contributor and multiple levels of management. I have been through many CIO's in my time here, good and bad, and I have to say the current CIO is the worst one SVB has every had. First off let me say SVB is a great place with great people and a fantastic culture unfortunately, the IT dept has now devolved into a cess pool of distrust, dishonesty and disingenuity. Management at all levels tell one story to their teams and individual contributors while telling a different story among themselves. Everyone, individual contributors and management, are scared to speak up or voice their opinions as they have seen good people get fired for doing the same. The offices the once used to be vibrant and outgoing are now quiet and introverted. No one speaks unless spoken too and people rarely leave their seats or offices to mingle and interact. It's now like working in a morgue and everyone is just waiting for the next dead body to appear.

    The CIO has a great vision in her One IT culture but unfortunately she is not able to execute on it. She is never in IT leading them but instead chooses to be in the business informing them how IT has failed and how she is going to make it better. She is unable to make a decision and stick to it and constantly changes her mind depending on who she is talking to and what time of day it is. She dissolves and fires any competition to her ideas and gives more responsibility to under performing teams on false promises. SVB IT was once a functioning department, not perfect but I think anyone would be hard pressed to find an IT Dept that is 100% perfect.

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    I used to tell people I was extremely proud to be part of SVB IT, now I'm embarrassed to tell people let alone interview new people to come on board. The CIO needs to get her head out of the business and start leading her own Dept instead of leaving it to her hired hands. Showing up to IT Mgmt meetings and allowing a Q&A session after her VERY scarce IT All Hands would be a great start.

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