Apple Software Engineer Jobs in Santa Monica, CA

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20 days ago

Software Engineer - Apps

Apple Culver City, CA

The Application Development team is looking for a talented and passionate software engineer who will be responsible… Apple


19 days ago

Software Engineer (Web) - Beats Electronics

Apple Culver City, CA

Seeking an extraordinary software engineer to work on our Beats family of products. This individual will be working… Apple


19 days ago

Signal Processing Engineer

Apple Culver City, CA

• Working knowledge of physical acoustics • Familiarity with common software engineering Apple


19 days ago

Mechanical Design Engineer - Beats by Dr. Dre

Apple Culver City, CA

The primary objective for the Mechanical Design Engineer is to successfully design and develop new consumer audio products for Beats by Dre. Key… Apple


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    I started working at the Apple Store part-time when I was still a college student. I loved the fast-paced environment and that every day was different. It was great to know that every day I would learn something new, plus I loved working with people. I truly felt like part of a team. Also, there was tons of opportunity to specialize in different areas within the store. Towards the end of my time working there, management began to focus a lot more on professional development, which was awesome.

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    I did not enjoy working retail hours because it was difficult to keep a normal routine. I also felt management was less than supportive of my growth within the company, despite my impeccable sales record. The managers at this location tend to play favorites with the people that they like best, not the people who have worked the hardest or been with the company the longest. I did not feel like management was open to new ideas, unless they came from corporate.

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    Don't pigeon-hole your employees so quickly!


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