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Business Analyst - 30-50k excellent benefits – new

Sanderson Bristol, England

Initiate and lead the requirement capture processes Work closely with a range of senior stakeholders to shape and manage requirements. Take… Adzuna

5 days ago

Senior Internal Audit Manager (Operations)

Sanderson Gloucestershire +2 locations

We are looking for a senior Internal Audit Manager to lead and deliver assigned audit engagements in order to provide an independent assessment of… Adzuna

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    Disappointing internship

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    Former Employee - Intern in Denver, CO
    Former Employee - Intern in Denver, CO

    I worked at Jeppesen Sanderson as an intern (less than an year)


    Good compensation and semi-flexible with hours. Part of Boeing, providing a broad range of interactions with a lot of different corners of the company. Very pilot friendly environment.


    Internship program was extremely disorganized. Little/no guidance or even coherent goals to accomplish. No clear company goals, and a crippling bureaucracy.

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    Shifting from paper maps to 'Digital Aviation' doesn't just require producing a different product, it requires a fundamental change in the structure and strategy of the company. The strong hiring bias towards pilots is perhaps too strong. Pilots tend to think in similar ways and approach problems the same. Foster diversity, not just in race/gender, but in background.

    Jeppesen is too big/slow to effectively act/react to the market shifts and changing technology in the industry. The company should be about 1/5th the current size. Determine your core goal and sell off everything that doesn't fit that goal (GA, BA, MA). Success for Jeppesen will come from being smaller/faster, not bigger.

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