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21 days ago

Customer Management Organizational Behavioral Specialist

IBM Beaverton, OR

The Customer Management Organizational Behavioral Specialist collaborates with all levels of the relevant business units, including senior… IBM

9 days ago

Business Process Analyst

IBM Beaverton, OR

Position includes interaction with IT Script Developers on Mortgage Servicing Platform (MSP) functionality and User Acceptance Testing (UAT) of… IBM

24 days ago

Project Manager

IBM Beaverton, OR

• Direct and manage project development from beginning to end. • Define project scope, goals and deliverables that support business goals in… IBM

4 days ago

Organizational Change Managing Consultant

IBM Beaverton, OR

The Managing Consultant will autonomously lead multiple concurrent organization change management initiatives, each with different executive or… IBM

14 days ago

Information Security Analyst

IBM Beaverton, OR

An information security analysts duties include the ability to perform day to day functions such as security management and enforcement of security… IBM

9 days ago

Training Manager

IBM Beaverton, OR

• Liaise with Training Manager to schedule and deliver New Hire training for all new employees on varied curriculum. • Build and cultivate… IBM

14 days ago

Tax and Escrow Team Lead

IBM Beaverton, OR

• Ensure all State, Federal and Client requirements are met for property tax and escrow analysis processing. Required… IBM

9 days ago

VMWare Systems Engineer

IBM Beaverton, OR

As a Systems Engineer you will partner with the existing VMware team members with installing, configuring and managing VM servers. This role will be… IBM

12 days ago

Change Governance Analyst

IBM Beaverton, OR

This position will focus on specific area(s) within the business, as assigned, to facilitate employees across Seterus adopting and using Change… IBM

19 days ago

Senior Data Boarding Analyst

IBM Beaverton, OR

Seterus, Inc. is currently seeking a Data Boarding Analyst who will conduct analysis of large data sets provided by prior servicers, generate system… IBM

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    Current Employee - Manager in Beaverton, OR

    I have been working at IBM full-time for more than 3 years


    Like may large corporations IBM is no different it is very easy to either get lost in the crowd and be paid for the 40 hours you expect to commit, or you can work hard and quickly be recognized for your contributions. The time off is great overall, you essentially have 3 weeks of paid time off, and have the option to choose which holidays you take off.


    First and foremost when being offered a salary consider the fact that at most you will receive on an annual basis a 4% increase, and that is if you are part of the top 1%-5% of employees. I suggest you ask for a salary you will be comfortable with for the next 3 years. It is also extremely political, and will overwork and undervalue their hardest working employees. I was essentially promised a role when I first moved into management, leading other departmental managers. However, I have been placed in the same role for nearly 2 years with the same responsibilities I was promised and then some. I not only have ~20 people reporting directly to me, but I also manage 2 other team leaders.

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    Layoffs happen, that's the nature of the business; however, be methodical about who is released, and not what their role is. I have seen a number of great employees leave, and a number of employees who will be with the company until they retire who should've been let go years ago.

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