Autodesk Jobs & Careers in Oregon City, OR

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19 hrs ago

Technical Support Specialist, Map 3D/GIS – new

Autodesk Lake Oswego, OR

Technical Support Specialist for Utilities & Telecom The Autodesk Frontline Technical Support team is seeking a customer focused, technically… Autodesk

6 days ago

Fusion 360 Product Manager

Autodesk Lake Oswego, OR

As a Product Manager, you will be responsible for leading the vision,strategy and implementation of various features within Autodesk's Fusion… Autodesk

27 days ago

Product Manager Robotics, Mechatronics and Smart Mach

Autodesk Lake Oswego, OR

Are you a passionate technologist with experience designingrobotic, mechatronic or electro-mechanical devices? Do you have experience programming… Autodesk

17 hrs ago

Director of User Experience – new

Autodesk Lake Oswego, OR

The Director of User Experience will lead User Experience (UX) designers and Learning Experience (LX) content development teams to create and execute… Autodesk

24 days ago

Director, Industry & Business Strategy, Manufacturing

Autodesk Lake Oswego, OR

Director Industry & Business Strategy, Manufacturing No. 14WD16777 San Francisco, CA or Lake Oswego, OR Looking for a career that combines… Autodesk

13 days ago

Principal User Experience Designer

Autodesk Lake Oswego, OR

From running shoes and designer furniture to airplane engines and industrial robots, Inventor along with other Autodesk software helps people design… Autodesk

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    Competitive salaries, training programs, benefits (sabbaticals, on-site gym, dogs at the office if you work in San Rafael and you're into that), etc. Also a fair amount of telecommuting / work from home options depending on the group you're in. Lots of very smart people. Great place to learn how a channel-driven business model works.


    Hard to move often happens at larger companies, the only way to get ahead is to leave - very difficult to get promoted from within. Also typical of larger companies is that decisions take a long time to get made and not always clear how/who is making the decision.

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