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2 days ago

Web Services Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer – easy apply

Compucom Austin, TX

The Web Services QA Engineer will be responsible for software test and evaluation efforts via API testing. This candidate will be responsible for… Compucom


6 days ago

Senior QA Analyst – easy apply

Compucom Austin, TX

also include gathering and clarifying requirements, executing cross lane end-2-end tests, troubleshooting and bringing tasks to closure… Compucom


6 days ago

Senior Scrum Master / Project Manager – easy apply

Compucom Austin, TX

The Senior Scrum Master will work with Scrum Teams for the delivery of large business critical, enterprise software development projects. S/He will… Compucom


9 days ago

Level 2 Desktop Technician – easy apply

Compucom Austin, TX

will include: • Analyzing desktops, servers, hardware, software, and operating systems • Building machines from scripted images… Compucom


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CompuCom President and CEO James W. Dixon
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    Rancid and Soul Crushing. Run away!

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    Former Employee - IT @ Intel  in  Austin, TX
    Former Employee - IT @ Intel in Austin, TX

    I worked at CompuCom as a contractor for more than a year

    Pros

    Online training and certification compensation. The only other pros were incidental such as it being near where I lived, and the cafe @ Intel, which has little to do with CompuCom

    Cons

    Immediate management over Austin allowing their decisions to be made based upon who they liked rather than sound business decisions. Absence of managerial ability. A system of co-working alongside Intel management that blurs authority and who to listen to.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    A re-org of the Austin branch would be in order, at least as pertains to @ Intel.

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