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26 days ago

SAP Production Revenue Accounting (PRA) Senior Consultant (Oil & Gas Industry)

IBM Washington, DC

This individual will develop and maintain the configuration and functional design documents and support role based profile changes. The individual is… IBM


30+ days ago

Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Assessment Senior Consultant

IBM Washington, DC

Candidates must also possess demonstrated communications skills -written/verbal; demonstrated organizational / multi-tasking skills; the ability to… IBM


17 days ago

IBM Sterling Configure-Price-Quote Senior/Lead Consultant

IBM Washington, DC

• Reports own progress toward project goals articulated in the SOW. Escalates exceptions quickly to the CPQ Project Manager; • Gather and analyze… IBM


30+ days ago

SAP Supplier Relationship Manager (SRM) Managing/Senior Managing Consultant

IBM Washington, DC

The Team Lead is expected to provide guidance for design alternatives, communicate with their team and across other functional and technical teams of… IBM


24 days ago

SAP Project Systems with Order to Cash Senior Consultant

IBM Washington, DC

This individual will serve as a SAP Application Functional Specialist, providing application functional support and implementation in SAP… IBM


30+ days ago

SAP Retail Senior Managing Consultant - Order to Cash (OTC) Lead

IBM Washington, DC

IBM Global Business Services is seeking SAP Industry Solutions - Retail (IS-Retail) consultants. This role may assist our clients in the selection… IBM


2 days ago

SAP Advanced Planning Optimization (APO) Supply Network Planning (SNP) and Production Planning Detailed Scheduling (PPDS) Senior Consultant – new

IBM Washington, DC

The consultant will lead workshops, lead team of consultants and subcontractors, coordinate with other teams for successful delivery of integrated… IBM


2 days ago

SAP Advanced Planning Optimization (APO) Supply Network Planning (SNP) and Production Planning Detailed Scheduling (PPDS) Senior Managing Consultant – new

IBM Washington, DC

The consultant will lead workshops, lead team of consultants and subcontractors, coordinate with other teams for successful delivery of integrated… IBM


30+ days ago

Senior SAP WMS Consultant

IBM Washington, DC

The Senior SAP WMS Consultant is responsible for successful delivery of Warehouse Management system (WMS) module deliverables on SAP Distribution… IBM


30+ days ago

Senior SAP EWM Consultant

IBM Washington, DC

The Senior SAP EWM Consultant is responsible for successful delivery of Extended Warehouse Management system (EWM) module deliverables on SAP… IBM


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    Dehumanizing

    • Comp & Benefits
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    Current Employee - Senior Service Delivery Manager in Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Senior Service Delivery Manager in Washington, DC

    I have been working at IBM full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Some of the people with whom I worked were pros for this organization - some of my peers, the technical line staff, and occasionally an executive who understands the balance of delivering well with ensuring overdelivery is avoided. Executives take the manager's side on most manager-employee disputes.

    Cons

    They offer very poor compensation vs. the market, and offer no consideration of work-life balance. People at sub-executive levels literally live in fear of "resource actions" that are executed annually to move more resources offshore for a (currently) favorable price model. Repositioning the truth to the customer to reflect internal changes in policy or strategy is commonplace.

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    If you choose to work for them in this capacity, expect overwork (80-90 hours/week without a break for months and months on end). IBM promotes and encourages an overarching corporate drive to move all domestic resources offshore for no quality reasons, but to simply offer the customer a cheaper deal.

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