CompuCom Jobs & Careers in New York, NY

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8 days ago

Field Service Technician I * – easy apply

Compucom Brooklyn, NY +2 locations

• Maintains, analyzes, troubleshoots, and repairs computer systems, hardware and computer peripherals. • Documents, maintains, upgrades or… Compucom

25 days ago

Tech Support Analyst – easy apply

Compucom New York, NY

Our high-visibility client is looking for a qualified Tech Support candidate to provide deskside services to a large investment bank branch… Compucom

22 days ago

Network Security Engineer – easy apply

Compucom Stamford, CT

• Provides technical support, assists in the design, deployment, and maintenance of all enterprise systems. • May lead small to medium sized… Compucom

2 days ago

Network Engineer - Tools Support – easy apply

Compucom Stamford, CT

• Works with Team Members to develop and recommend strategies for network expansion, network security and enhancements by maximizing functionality of… Compucom

7 hrs ago

Network Engineer - PAC Support – easy apply

Compucom Stamford, CT

• Manage and Monitor PAC servers, distribution and replication processes • Create / Modify / delete PAC files • Pilot and test PAC… Compucom

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CompuCom President and CEO James W. Dixon
James W. Dixon
251 Ratings

    Hopefully not just a springboard, still have faith..

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    Current Employee - Desktop Support Analyst in New York, NY
    Current Employee - Desktop Support Analyst in New York, NY

    I have been working at CompuCom full-time (more than an year)


    Communication, responsiveness to escalations, fair wages for the type of work, not being micro managed, flexible hours revolving around client availability - less thumb-twiddling. Flexibility with PTO. Creative license. Recognition for quality work and ideas. Some projects offer OT.


    Some are power-trippy, loud, obnoxious, disrespectful, lazy, etc. Others would waste time, energy, resources, making you feel small rather than help out a team member with useful information. Does not feel like a 'team sport' at times. Too many conference calls about nothing that directly concerns the boots on the ground. More like serving a sentence than living the dream. Pigeonholed. Work is not consistent. There's either too much or not enough. Some projects do not offer OT.

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    Respect your employees and they will respect you. Throwing them a bone once in a while will greatly reduce turnover. Sell more services. Negotiate better deals. Share the wealth.

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