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17 days ago

Dublin, Ireland-Development Ops Engineer

Guidewire Software, Inc. Dublin

Development Operations provides a solid infrastructure to enable our development team to quickly and efficiently develop new products. This critical… Guidewire Software, Inc.

17 days ago

Dublin, Ireland-Solution Developer EDC

Guidewire Software, Inc. Dublin

At Guidewire, we value people at every stage of their career and try to minimize the barriers to collaboration. It is reflected in how we communicate… Guidewire Software, Inc.

18 days ago

Dublin, Ireland-Web Developer

Guidewire Software, Inc. Dublin

Guidewire is the market leader in the provision of P&C insurance software and we are developing a Suite of web portals and mobile-web applications… Guidewire Software, Inc.

4 days ago

Dublin, Ireland-Senior Solution Consultant Java Developer

Guidewire Software, Inc. Dublin

Our customers are insurance companies, and insurance software is surprisingly complex, difficult to get right, and actually a lot of fun to work on… Guidewire Software, Inc.

22 days ago

Guidewire Configuration Consultant (Europe)

Guidewire Software, Inc. Dublin

Guidewire is expanding in Europe and has multiple openings for software consultants with 5 years or more of experience. We hire people who are… Guidewire Software, Inc.

5 days ago

Dublin, Ireland-Solution Consultant Java Developer

Guidewire Software, Inc. Dublin

The applications we build are large and extraordinarily complex, and they have to work reliably. So we're looking for thoughtful, creative, and… Guidewire Software, Inc.

7 days ago

Dublin, Ireland-QA Manager European Development Centre

Guidewire Software, Inc. Dublin

As the QA Manager you will be responsible for building the QA team and maintaining its ongoing health and effectiveness. This entails ongoing… Guidewire Software, Inc.

28 days ago

Senior HR Business Partner

Guidewire Software, Inc. Dublin

• Responsible for contributing to the business strategy by helping business leaders to identify, prioritize, and build organizational capabilities… Guidewire Software, Inc.

3 days ago

Dublin, Ireland-Senior Technical Writer

Guidewire Software, Inc. Dublin

To succeed in this role, you must have excellent communication skills, strong technical skills, a hands-on approach, and a self-motivated attitude… Guidewire Software, Inc.

17 days ago

Dublin, Ireland-QA Engineer European Development Centre

Guidewire Software, Inc. Dublin

At Guidewire, we use Agile programming techniques, such as test-driven development, continuous integration and testing, and story-based iterative… Guidewire Software, Inc.

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    If you're good enough to get hired by Guidewire, you're good enough to get treated better elsewhere.

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    Current Employee - Solution Consultant  in  Dublin, Dublin (Ireland)
    Current Employee - Solution Consultant in Dublin, Dublin (Ireland)

    I have been working at Guidewire full-time for more than a year


    The new office in Dublin is nice.
    Good equipment.
    People in Dublin are very relaxed, there is a nice office culture.


    No opportunity to learn new skills.
    The work is boring and not very technical. You spend significant periods of time working on drag and drop UI elements, and trying to get about bugs in the product that won't let you do what the client wants you to do.
    You are using Guidewires own language GoSu so won't have the opportunity to improve your technical ability at all.
    Guidewire only cares about you getting more familiar with their products, not improving your technical skills.

    The hiring standard is too high for the work you do.

    The client can do no wrong, and consultants suffer.
    If you are in professional services you are in a non revenue generating department. You job is to make the customer as happy as possible. This can make your live very difficult as many Clients know that Guidewire will do anything to make them happy.
    This means lots of pressure from clients, bad client infrastructure and tools (services going down), bad developers on the client side, poor and changing requirements. And as most clients are based in different time zones, issues can result in large periods of wasted time, while you wait for the client to come online.
    This results in unpaid overtime to hit deadlines.
    Consultants get little to no support from management, as their bottom line is to keep the client happy in order to get positive feedback from them.

    Pay is well below the market rate.
    And when this was brought up in the results of a internal survey, senior management dismissed it out of hand.

    Promotions are given after an certain amount of time. And the pay increase due to promotion is very low.
    There is also only one time of year for promotions.

    Guidewire in Dublin hires a lot of new graduates who don't know better and take advantage of them.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Start valuing your employees not just your customers opinions, until this happens people will continue to leave after 1-2 years.

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