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26 days ago

Senior Infrastructure Project Manager_Delivery Centre Poland in Wrocław

IBM Wrocław

Personally you will be a disciplined thinker and capable of working across organizational boundaries in a very demanding, high-output environment… IBM


26 days ago

Senior Project Manager with German Language Skills_Delivery Centre Poland in Wro

IBM Wrocław

IBM is has opened in Wroclaw the eight Delivery Centre in the world. While investing in such a project, and willing to gain customers' recognition… IBM


5 days ago

PeopleSoft Project Manager

IBM Washington, DC +10 locations

Selected candidates may not need to travel for all projects outside of their metro area. However, all candidates must be able and willing to travel… IBM


26 days ago

Project Manager

IBM Washington, DC +11 locations

T&T Program Manager will have direct customer interface and interactions on a regular basis. Works hand-in-hand with the Transition/Transformation… IBM


27 days ago

Business Process Management (BPM) Project Manager

IBM Washington, DC +10 locations

include: • Manage delivery of projects / programs of significant size and complexity involving systems integration and custom development… IBM


26 days ago

SAP Order to Cash Project Manager / Assoc. Partner

IBM Washington, DC +10 locations

Position requires candidates to be located in one of the 21 core cities as well as 100% travel.(ERBPSAP… IBM


1 day ago

Oracle Order to Cash Senior Managing Consultant – new

IBM Washington, DC +10 locations

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


7 days ago

Oracle Procure to Pay Senior Managing Consultant

IBM Washington, DC +10 locations

The Oracle Procure to Pay Senior Managing Consultant is responsible for successful delivery of Oracle Procurement process deliverables to clients on… IBM


1 day ago

Oracle Manufacturing Senior Consultant – new

IBM Washington, DC +10 locations

include documenting requirements and actively participating in design, configuration and testing of Oracle R12 implementation projects. Candidates… IBM


12 days ago

Senior Functional Analyst

IBM Washington, DC +10 locations

include: Works closely with systems analysts and applies experience of respective functional area to systems analysis and design areas for large… IBM


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    Excellent benefits and flexibility in scheduling. The organization is adamant about supporting a diverse work force. Large customer base provides a variety of consulting opportunities. Many areas of technology to interest the most selective geek in each of us.

    Cons

    Pay is decent but bonuses are insulting compared to similar organizations. Many technical education opportunities provided, but personal education and tuition assistance are outright lies. I worked for IBM for 14 years and I applied for tuition assistance to get a Masters. I was always turned down because it was not "required" for my job. I went to a new organization and was approved for assistance without even being asked about my current role. Now THAT is how to treat someone who wants to improve themselves and the organization!

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    Career advancement in the technical track is not well-documented and obscure. Even managers do not know how to get someone to Distinguished Engineer from a band 9. A true career track with ALL the check blocks visible would help guide those who want more out of their careers. If raises cannot be more than 1%, and qualification for bonuses are not clearly defined, then just come out and say that you will not give these things out. That way, less people will be dissatisfied when they do not occur because they will know ahead of time it is not going to happen.

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