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24 days ago

Senior Solution Director

CompuCom San Jose, CA


21 days ago

Desktop Technician

CompuCom San Jose, CA

Requires 1-2 years of related work experience, or AA degree, or technical training, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Employees… CompuCom

4 days ago

SQL Database Architect

CompuCom San Jose, CA

You are a Database Architect with 7+ years of applicable / demonstrated experience of designing databases. As part of core architecture group, you… CompuCom

21 days ago

QA Engineer

CompuCom San Jose, CA

Review the Weekly QA Report to verify status and the completion of items by the assigned target date. - Review the completed QA'd packages to verify… CompuCom

3 days ago

Help Desk / Migration Technician

CompuCom Palo Alto, CA

**This is an opportunity to work in a cutting edge technology lab for a very high-visibility academic client. Candidates must be capable with the… CompuCom

7 days ago

Information Security Specialist

CompuCom Foster City, CA

• Assist users and business groups in resolving Data Loss Prevention (DLP) issues • Participate in DLP projects and strategic initiatives… CompuCom

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  • 4 people found this helpful

    Great starter job... but not much else

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    Former Employee - Technical Support Analyst in San Jose, CA
    Former Employee - Technical Support Analyst in San Jose, CA

    I worked at CompuCom full-time (more than 3 years)


    Overtime if desired. Day goes quickly due to workload. Local management is very flexible as long as you don't screw them over on your work quality.


    Under paid for overly qualified. Company routinely over promises on contracts to win them, when only 10-15% of the work force can acheive that level of service/technical savvy. Don't expect to move up the ladder, you'll quickly realize that while promotion from within is a standard here. There are a LOT of lifers ahead of you.

    Benefits are awful, they are geared towards hoping you have better benefits elsewhere. 70/30 PPO's can't be backed up with subpar salaries, especially with a family.

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    Bring a owned by a private equity group lets them do pretty much whatever they want, within legal bounds. New metrics/gates for raises & bonuses come up almost monthly

    Doesn't Recommend
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