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17 days ago

Enterprise Operations Center Operator

Hewlett-Packard Clarksville, VA

include incident and problem management for the entire facility. Qualifications: Incident and Problem Management Education and Experience Required… Hewlett-Packard

14 days ago

Enterprise Operations Center - System Operator

Hewlett-Packard Clarksville, VA

include incident and problem management for the entire facility. Education and Experience Required: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science… Hewlett-Packard

3 days ago

Help Desk Support - Incident & Problem Management (DHS Clearance)

Hewlett-Packard Clarksville, VA

Agent to support Service Desk phone calls, Incidents, WOs, and emails and assist team in making SLAs - BB activations, mailbox creations and speed to… Hewlett-Packard

17 days ago

Systems Engineer - Remedy Subject Matter Expert (Public Trust Clearance)

Hewlett-Packard Clarksville, VA

• Leads multiple project teams of other software systems engineers and internal and outsourced development partners responsible for all stages of… Hewlett-Packard

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    Current Employee - Technology Consultant III in Clarksville, VA
    Current Employee - Technology Consultant III in Clarksville, VA

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


    Advancement opportunities exist. Performance is recognized if not always properly compensated. Exposure to a broad range of advanced and bleeding edge technology. Work with the smartest and best technologists every day. Training is regularly made available on many platforms.


    As usual with Mega organizations financial desicions will regularly trump technical choices that should be made. Initial salary offers tend to be high but increases can be tough to come by after coming on board.

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    Try harder to operate like an efficient small business. Work to enable line managers to more quickly release under performers and back fill those positions quickly. Streamlining the hiring process would result in fewer candidates taking other offers prior to the hiring manager being approved to extend an offer. Finally, I would advise a new compensation model based more on job code so that overacheivers who advance through the ranks quickly are compensated properly for the roles they assume. This will lead to increased motivation within the ranks to outperform.

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