Akamai Jobs in San Francisco, CA

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5 days ago

Director Product Management - Security

Akamai San Francisco, CA

About the Job: The Senior Director of Product Management will lead the identification and execution of key product initiatives that will grow… Akamai

18 days ago

Pipeline - Technical Support Engineers

Akamai San Francisco, CA

As a Technical Support Engineer you will be an integral member of a team responsible for quickly resolving highly technical, complex issues. Your… Akamai

14 days ago

Technical Relationship Engineers

Akamai San Francisco, CA

Technical Relationship Engineers (TRE’s) manage the relationship between our clients’ and Akamai’s contracted level of support services and Service… Akamai

18 days ago

Web Application Support Engineer

Akamai San Francisco, CA

* Work to resolve technical issues related to Akamai’s products and infrastructure as reported by our… Akamai

24 days ago

Solutions Engineers

Akamai San Francisco, CA

Solutions Engineers (SEs) are the technical arm of the America’s field sales team who employ industry expertise to diagnose the business and… Akamai

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Akamai CEO Tom Leighton
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249 Ratings
  • Helpful (4)

    Great company and product, poor management

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    Current Employee - Major Account Executive in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Major Account Executive in San Francisco, CA
    Doesn't Recommend
    Positive Outlook
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    I have been working at Akamai full-time (More than 3 years)


    Extremely smart people, engineers, product marketing and executive leadership. Akamai continues to evolve and offer valuable solutions for their customers, most notably their security offerings.


    Management (upper and middle) has a disconnected communication model and middle management simply reacts to upper management. This creates an on-going frenzy from management as opposed to leadership and bigger picture thinking.

    Advice to Management

    Don't simply react to demands from upper management. Work with your team(s) to create realistic goals and understand business patterns.

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