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30+ days ago

Principal Sales Engineer

BT New York, NY

** * Participate in process flow analysis and process redesign along with the Sales/Account Manager * Produce a detailed functional design… Beyond.com


14 days ago

Global Propositions Manager Retailling & Consumer Engagement

BT New York, NY

*Retailing and Consumer Engagement is a set of propositions that address the interaction between businesses and consumers (B2C) covering the full… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Professional IT Services

BT Nutley, NJ

** * To evaluate, test and install software/hardware provided by suppliers (internal or external) with appropriate controls and standards e.g… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Network Design Engineer

BT Nutley, NJ

The Engineer will ensure that solutions are integrated into the BT management systems and that all solutions adhere to BTs quality and security… Beyond.com


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    Decent company flexible hours.

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    Former Employee - Solutions Architect  in  New York, NY
    Former Employee - Solutions Architect in New York, NY

    I worked at BT full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Good hours flexible schedule - good work from home policy

    Cons

    Lots of overhead bureaucracy and lack of common sense. How and why would you apply software development best practices and design principles to IT infrastructure designs focused on networking??? Waste of time.

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    Get ride of the cumbersome quarterly performance review process. It's unproductive and wastes too much time. Twice a year should suffice.

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