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24 hrs ago

Finance Controller – new

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

Cisco Sales and Services Finance has an outstanding opportunity for a key position in the Cisco Services Finance organization – Controller, Cisco… Cisco Systems, Inc.


24 hrs ago

Business Test Lead – new

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

Supply Chain Business Test Lead • Bachelors Degree and experience in ERP implementation and/ or Business test planning/execution . • Overall… Cisco Systems, Inc.


2 days ago

Sr. Software Engineer – new

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

* Certify enterprise class hardware appliances and embedded real time OS according to a specification. Perform reviewing of product requirements and… Cisco Systems, Inc.


2 days ago

Senior Database Engineer – new

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

The Business Entity The Security Cloud organization (SCO) is shaping the next generation of Cloud Security through cutting-edge solutions to provide… Cisco Systems, Inc.


24 hrs ago

Sr. SW Test Engineer – new

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

For years, Cisco's vision has been to change the way the world works, lives, plays, and learns. Our vision is more relevant today than ever. We made… Cisco Systems, Inc.


24 hrs ago

Software Engineer IV – new

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

NOSTG RSG XR SW Infrastructure seeks Software Engineer to define, design and build software for the Cisco High End routers such as CRS, ASR9k, C12k… Cisco Systems, Inc.


24 hrs ago

Virtual Team Manager – new

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

The Internet of Everything is a phenomenon driving new opportunities for Cisco and it's transforming our customers' businesses worldwide. We are… Cisco Systems, Inc.


24 hrs ago

Customer Solution Manager- Internet Service Provider – new

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

Job Role: The Customer Solutions Manager (CSM), Internet Service Provider is a critical customer facing role that requires the instinctive ability to… Cisco Systems, Inc.


24 hrs ago

Cloud Database Architect, Cloud Infrastructure Services – new

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

For years, Cisco's vision has been to change the way the world works, lives, plays, and learns. Our vision is more relevant today than ever. We made… Cisco Systems, Inc.


24 hrs ago

Cloud Operations Engineer (Monitoring) – new

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

Job Title: Cloud Operations Engineer (Enterprise Monitoring and Data Trending and Graphing Systems) • Cisco Security Cloud Operations (SCO) is a… Cisco Systems, Inc.


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    Pros

    Large company, good benefit, good environment, people are extremely nice to each other. A very nice view of Great America and Silicon Valley from the building. A very diverse company.

    Cons

    This is for WebEx, a company Cisco bought about a year ago. This has nothing to do with Cisco, but WebEx alone. Basically, whoever speaks the loudest will get recognized, not the person who gets the most done. So hard work and talents usually do not get rewarded with recognition or compensation. Many valuable talents have left the company because of beauracracy and politics. There are too many mid-level managers that worry about their job security too much, and discourage employee growth. It is a stable place to be in terms of job security, but if you are young and want to learn and advance, this is not a good place for you.

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    Top level management has no idea of what some of the people are doing at the bottom, when mistakes happen, no one can be held accountable, people just blame on the process. There are too many managers, too little doers. This was the case before WebEx was acquired by Cisco, and it is still the case now.

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