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2 days ago

Data Architect / BI Architect – new

Sanderson Bristol, England

-Data Architect / BI Architect -Bristol -ASAP Start -3 Month Initial Contract -Good Day Rate Data Architect / BI / Data Warehouse / Data Governance… Adzuna


4 days ago

Senior Infrastructure Project Manager

Sanderson Bristol, England

This job was originally posted as… Adzuna


4 days ago

Scrum Master

Sanderson Bristol, England

are associated with this role - Ensure Agile / Scrum concepts and principles adhered to Organise and facilitate project planning, daily stand-up… Adzuna


18 days ago

Financial Business Analyst - Insurance/Financial Services

Sanderson Bristol, England

Financial Business Analyst - Insurance/Financial Services We are currently looking for a Financial Business Analyst to work for one of the largest… Adzuna


6 days ago

Senior Portfolio Planner

Sanderson Bristol, England

and experience required: - Previous experience operating within Financial Services within Senior Portfolio Planning roles looking after Portfolio… Adzuna


23 hrs ago

Java Developer(s) – new

Sanderson Bristol, England

Java Developer Bristol 28,000 to 35,000 depending on level of technical experience Java Developer required to enhance a new bespoke product in the… Adzuna


2 days ago

BizTalk 2006/2013 Consultant - Financial Services – new

Sanderson Bristol, England

BizTalk 2006/2013 Consultant - Financial Services A prominent financial services company that operates within the insurance sector is looking to… Adzuna


6 days ago

Risk and Security Analyst,

Sanderson Bristol, England

including annual CSA returns, engagement with Projects and Service Assurance to ensure all new/changes applications have been assessed for IFC and… Adzuna


10 days ago

Database Administrator - SQL

Sanderson Newport, Newport, Wales

in this role will include: Ensure the stability and availability of production databases within agreed targets Implement and release database changes… Adzuna


10 days ago

Service Desk Team Leader

Sanderson Newport, Newport, Wales

in this role will include: Supplier Relationship Management Organise and deal with High Priority Tickets Enhance the quality of services offered by… Adzuna


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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Englewood, CO
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Englewood, CO

    I have been working at Jeppesen Sanderson full-time

    Pros

    * Salaries are very competitive for the industry
    * Medical benefits are top notch
    * No pensions but there is a contribution to IRA based on age. 401K match of 75% up to 8% of salary
    * I cut my week off at 40 hours but the company expects more if there are deadlines to meet.
    * Paid holidays and incrementally increasing vacation with senority.
    In short - More hoops, a LOT more management and personally I'm burn out with no option for transfers or more challenging work

    Cons

    * The salary is good but since Boeing has exerted more control over the company the environment is deteriorating. My salary scale is a bit above average but I was informed by my manager that promotion wasn't possible short of a job change which seems to be difficult just short of impossible to obtain.
    * There is virtually no lateral career moves. I have applied for 21 internal positions in the company for jobs that I am currently working in with over 15 years of experience at in the last 3 years and was only able to get 3 interviews. I was informed by a manager that these were likely converting contractors to full time. I was approached by a contact company after going full time that there was a postion that I currently worked in available but I wasn't able to find this on the career site. I suspect that contract positions are opened with out opening this up to internal candidates. I'm heard similar comments from other workers and others who are reluctant to apply for a transfer for fear of retaliation. In short, this appears to me that employee transfers are rigorously controlled.
    * The group I'm in has a lot of favoritism in job assignments.
    * I had a minor surgery and requested temporary accomidations from my managers. Instead of letting me work at another job in our group that was less taxing I only given a option of a standing work station which wasn't a viable option. See issue above.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    * Get rid of the excess managers that are a drain on the profit margins. 4 managers in a group of less than 15... REALLY. Way too much top level managers too.
    * Employees get burned out and need opportunities to get a job change. Locking people into a boring job only creates burnout and lowers productivity.
    * Stop the favoritism. Letting favorites grab all the better, higer visiblity job only creates dissention and alienation. This also creates repositories of expertise that are not shared and if the employee quits/dies/ or god forbid get a transfer much of this is lost. Currently I mentioned this as a risk to my manager and 6 months later nothing has changed.
    * Allowing personel to move to other positions can give more insight into better ways to address problems. I see little exchange of information on job skills and software knowledge. There is virtually no education other than company required information on discrimination, data breach, etc. computer based training.

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