IBM

www.ibm.com

IBM Jobs & Careers in San Francisco, CA

Hiring? Post a Job
686 job openings Back to all jobs

Show:  All Results Last 7 Days
30+ days ago

Netcool Event Management Specialist

IBM San Francisco, CA

In this position, you will leverage existing automation framework with M&E solution to bring automation solutions to IBM clients and have direct… IBM


30+ days ago

Oracle Order to Cash Senior Managing Consultant

IBM San Francisco, CA

The Oracle Order-to-Cash Consultant is responsible for successful delivery of Oracle Financials and Manufacturing technology/process deliverables to… IBM


30+ days ago

Sourcing Consultant

IBM San Francisco, CA

IBM GPS is seeking to fill the role of Client Sourcing Consultant. The Client Sourcing Consultant assists our procurement outsourcing clients with… IBM


30+ days ago

IBM Global Business Services (GBS) Entry Level Consultant Intern

IBM San Francisco, CA

Teaming on all phases of engagement to plan, build, and implement advanced business solutions. Establishing new, flexible and iterative approaches… IBM


30+ days ago

IBM Global Business Services (GBS) Strategy & Analytics Senior Analytics Consult

IBM San Francisco, CA

1. Advanced Analytics • Responsible for successful delivery of Advanced Analytics solutions and services… IBM


23 days ago

Application Developer - SAP Process Integration (PI)

IBM San Francisco, CA

IBM Global Business Services helps top-tier clients solve their most complex business and technical issues. As a GBS SAP consultant, you will deliver… IBM


21 days ago

BA&S Anti-Fraud/Banking - Fraud Detection Consultant

IBM San Francisco, CA

It is also expected that newly hired resources into the Global Business Services U.S. practice live within a reasonable commuting distance… IBM


30+ days ago

Cloud Sales - Base Strategic Outsourcing (SO) Accounts

IBM San Francisco, CA

The Cloud sales position aimed at capturing share in the rapidly evolving IT and business areas where clients are undergoing transformation that will… IBM


30+ days ago

High Speed SerDes Design For Test (DFT) Engineer

IBM San Francisco, CA

IBM is looking for a High Speed SerDes Design For Test (DFT) Engineer for SerDes/High Speed Serial link (HSS) core development. The DFT engineer is… IBM


30+ days ago

Global Order to Cash Offering Leader

IBM San Francisco, CA

IBM is looking for a Global Order to Cash & Business to Business (B2B) Customer Services Offering Leader. Our candidate should be experienced in… IBM


IBM Reviews

12,766 Reviews
3.1
12,766 Reviews
Rating Trends

Recommend to a friend
Approve of CEO
IBM CEO Virginia Rometty
Virginia Rometty
4,109 Ratings
  • 1 person found this helpful  

    You have to play the IBM game if yo uare to get anywhere here.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Software IT Architect in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Software IT Architect in San Francisco, CA

    I have been working at IBM

    Pros

    Depending on the role you are in, you have flexibility of hours and customer engagements where you can grow your skills and influence.

    Cons

    You have to play the IBM game if yo uare to get anywhere here. That means not only being good at what you do, but being that political animal and playing to the management galleries and all the metrics that you are measured by. You may have all the opportunities to excel at those metrics in the rols you are in, yet you will be measured by it! This I think is the bane aof a lot of big companies. They acquire companies by the dozen every year and depersonalize the new employees and pretty much break & rebuild those. Sometimes it works out well and not tother times.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    We acquire many companies in a year, even in areas that we have products and people already in the market. I think tihs reflects badly on our capacity to build great products - be it dur to lack of investment or simply incompetence - that we have to go out and spend money to get state of the art capabiity in the market segment. Lets put some effort into improving our product development capabilities.

    Disapproves of CEO

Work at IBM? Share Your Experiences

IBM

 
Click to Rate
or