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Senior Cloud Architect

ESPN Bristol, CT

that require deep knowledge across the domains of enterprise architecture (physical and virtual servers, SAN, NAS, Linux/Window, Networking,etc); SOA… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Director

ESPN Coral Gables, FL +2 locations

Directs live television productions from the control room by calling the shots to the production crew, technical crew and… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Web Development Manager

ESPN New York, NY +2 locations

ESPN is seeking a deeply technical and highly motivated development manager to serve as development lead for two critical ESPN initiatives espnW.com… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Senior Manager Product Management WatchESPN (TV Connected Devices)

ESPN Bristol, CT

We are seeking a talented product strategist to help lead the evolution of the sports television viewing experience. The Sr. Manager Product… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Director Android Engineering

ESPN Bristol, CT

The ESPN Consumer Devices team leads the development of some of the most downloaded and successful Android apps, including ESPN ScoreCenter… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Associate Art Director Digital Media

ESPN Bristol, CT

The Associate Art Director oversees the Design team, manages the day-to-day tasks and contributes to the design of the leading sports web site… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Director espnW Multimedia Sales

ESPN New York, NY

Reporting in to the VP, Mulitimedia Sales, this executive will be responsible for executing on the multi-media sales and marketing strategy for espnW… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Associate Director Network Architecture & Engineering

ESPN Bristol, CT

ESPN Global Network Services designs, builds, and operates ESPN s broadcast, corporate, wireless and wide-area networks, voice communications… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Research Content Manager

ESPN Bristol, CT

The ESPN Stats & Information Group is a pressure-packed, exciting work environment specializing in information dissemination across ESPN. Our content… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Director Digital Strategy & Business Development

ESPN Bristol, CT

The Director Digital Strategy Business Development will work with VP Programing Business Units ESPN Deportes leadership to develop and lead overall… Ivy Exec


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    Senior Manager

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    Former Employee - Senior Manager in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Senior Manager in New York, NY

    I worked at ESPN full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    A great company. Good to their employees. Great benefits and incentives & activities.

    Everything done there is an excellent product. The best it can be. One can take pride in that. I loved that about the company. It is a class act!

    Cons

    It's huge company so staffs work life can be dramatically difference. It can feel like you are in a non-stop factory if you are in production, 24/7/365. Some never having holidays or a 2 days weekend off (just 2 single days during the week). OR you can have a stressful and intense but not long hour job as I did. I was compensated very well. Schedules and hours can vary big time from group to group.

    They will get you at the lowest salary that they can so get all you can in the beginning. Most people just jump on board to work for ESPN.

    If you have to live in Bristol, CT. Well....it's Bristol, CT. Long cold snowy winters.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Don't be so afraid to get rid of upper management that is not good for the company and employees. Too many overpaid positions where people are doing very little and coasting along at the expense of the company, a head count doing nothing but the minimum and creating bad moral for those who report to them. Many people want to be excellent there. Let them and cut the others who seem untouchable for some reason.

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