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1 day ago

Product Design Engineer Program Manager, Packaging – new

Apple Santa Clara, CA

Key Qualifications5+ years of related technical background in Packaging or Mechanical Engineering preferred (not required)Excellent data… Ivy Exec

10 days ago

Service Solutions Design Test Engineer

Apple Cupertino, CA

The SSD Team is seeking a highly motivated individual with a background in product and test process development. In this position the Test Engineer… CareerBuilder

9 days ago

Service Solutions Design Mechanical Engineer

Apple Cupertino, CA

The SSD Team is looking for great a highly motivated Engineer with background on fixture and automation design. In this position, you will manage the… CareerBuilder

8 days ago

New Product Introduction Operations Manager

Apple Santa Clara, CA

include: 1. Lead the operational side of worldwide new product introductions for an assigned product 2. Lead Apple teams new product introduction… Ivy Exec

8 days ago

Manager, Technical Program Management

Apple Santa Clara, CA

for obtaining solutions to complex problems. Will work with Product Design, Engineering Ivy Exec

1 day ago

Product Development Engineer – new

Apple Santa Clara, CA

Develop and document test plan for new devices. Design and debug test SW HW. Debug new silicon. Bring quality and cost effective test solution for… Ivy Exec

27 days ago

Product Manager, Shopping Experience

Apple Santa Clara, CA

.Well-versed in the history and evolution of digital shopping experiences, understand modern best practices, and has the foresight to identify… Ivy Exec

27 days ago

Sr. Product Manager, Gift Cards

Apple Santa Clara, CA

.Experience in Gift and Prepaid cards and/or Payments. Experience working with native mobile commerce applications and mobile optimized web… Ivy Exec

8 days ago

Engineering Project Manager

Apple Santa Clara, CA

As an Engineering Project Manager within Apple s organization, you will be responsible for managing project schedules, budgets, and vendors. We are a… Ivy Exec

8 days ago

Camera Engineering Project Manager

Apple Santa Clara, CA

The Apple Camera Team is looking for a Camera Engineering Project Manager (EPM) to drive design, development and integration of camera modules into… Ivy Exec

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    Former Employee - Engineering Manager in Cupertino, CA

    I worked at Apple full-time (more than 5 years)


    I got to work with some of the smartest people in the world on really tough problems, and got to really contribute; my work shipped in an identifiable way - which in such a large company was an amazing thing. The energy of working at Apple was addictive, not to mention the fact that everyone (family, friends) were in awe of you working there.

    I briefly worked at Google after leaving Apple, and my god, it was a stark difference. At Apple everyone focused on product; everyone knew that what they did made a difference and poured their hearts and souls into every day there. At google... not so much. Projects were cancelled regularly and people just didn't care; whether your product shipped or not, Google still got paid from advertising, so hey - why bother sweating it?


    There was a LOT of work, but I was absolutely happy to do it. Brainwashing? Not really, more just making the most of the opportunity in front of me. Opportunities like this don't come around every day.

    When I started, it was very management light. We got to move incredibly fast and make decisions mostly ourselves. By the time I left there were layers upon layers of program managers and the hiring bar was noticeably lower. That tends to spoil things for everyone.

    New projects at apple feel like startups with unlimited resources and no investors to pander to... ie, spectacular... but after a few years of success, the structure calcifies and though it's still a good job, it's not the same rush.

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    Compensation (RSUs etc) was great at the start, but kept going down every year whilst the company made more and more money; this just felt wrong when you were working 70+ hours a week.

    You really need a super-clueful CTO who isn't involved in the politics - someone who can cut through the crap and ensure your VPs aren't outmaneuvering you. You effectively had one, but sadly he is no longer with us.

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