Fortinet Jobs & Careers in Burnaby, BC

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30+ days ago

Escalation Engineer

Fortinet Burnaby

• Work closely and provide direct technical email and phone support to our customers in the Americas Region (Canada, US, Central and South America… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Canadian General Application

Fortinet Burnaby

We are always looking to hire the "best and brightest" in the industry across all disciplines, and around the world. If you don't see a current… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Jr. C Programmers (CARD)

Fortinet Burnaby

At Fortinet, you will use your skills to design, develop, maintain and improve new and existing UI components for one (or many) of our products. You… Glassdoor


11 days ago

Int. Release QA Engineer - FDN/FortiCloud

Fortinet Burnaby

• Perform integrity testing on the various Fortinet products. • Maintain and improve testing environments using virtual machines and automate the… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Web Developer - Internship

Fortinet Burnaby

As a web developer at Fortinet, you will: • Implement and maintain web-based user interfaces for Fortinet security and management products… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Major Accounts Manager - Vancouver

Fortinet Burnaby

• Establishing and or leveraging strong relationships with key decision makers within a named account list. • Generating large enterprise business… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Jr/Int Embedded SW Engineer

Fortinet Burnaby

• Develop, design and test the software for FortiManager • Hands on in bug fixing • Maintain and document code using source control system… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Int. NPI Embedded Software Developer

Fortinet Burnaby

• Design and develop scripts for automated manufacturing testing • Design and develop firmware images for Fortinet products • Maintain and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Technical Support Engineers

Fortinet Burnaby

• Provide direct technical web and telephone support to Fortinet customers including: • Basic troubleshooting on… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Int. Software Dev QA / Web Applications

Fortinet Burnaby

• Execute feature and bug fix testing for the web interface for FortiOS based products using a combination of manual and automated testing… Glassdoor


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Fortinet President, CEO, and Director Ken Xie
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    Poor Management, poor career growth

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    Former Employee - Software Engineer II  in  Burnaby, BC (Canada)
    Former Employee - Software Engineer II in Burnaby, BC (Canada)

    I worked at Fortinet full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Free Dinner if you work one hour of unpaid overtime. Dinner costs around $10, so you are essentially working an extra hour for minimum wage.

    Great place if you speak Mandarin, or if you know how to play politics.

    People who get hired into their roles are generally qualified. Unfortunately, those who get promoted are usually not.

    Cons

    Poor decision making from management - everything from technical decisions, to team building, to communication across and within teams. People design their own modules without regard for how it inter-operates with others.

    Occasionally, team leads and/or managers "design" architecture even though they are unqualified, and do not ask for input from people under them.

    No accountability for management; they can make many mistakes, leave work early, get to work late.

    If you drive there, expect to park outside and get your car bombarded by crow droppings. Almost forces you to leave work early. Indoor parking is limited.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Hold management more accountable. Value career development and input from employees.

    Hire university grads from quality universities. Many of the current employees are university graduates from China or BCIT (local community college) graduates who are not well-rounded and too narrow in their thinking.

    Needs a better process for promotion. Bad managers promote more bad managers.

    Doesn't Recommend
    No opinion of CEO