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30+ days ago

Channel Audit Senior Manager

Juniper Networks Sunnyvale, CA

The position is accountable for planning and managing execution of risk based audits related to the Companys channel activities. This includes: (i… Juniper Networks


30+ days ago

NCG: Business Operations Analyst

Juniper Networks Sunnyvale, CA

Lead pricing, licensing, and discounting analysis. Develop analysis methodologies and work with other team members to have them implemented. Minimum… Juniper Networks


4 days ago

Software Engineer (OS team, linux)

Juniper Networks Sunnyvale, CA

- Has contributed to at least one *nix kernel code. *Must be able to work in United… Juniper Networks


6 days ago

Director of Finance Routing Business Unit

Juniper Networks Sunnyvale, CA

This position would report to the RBU Controller and is scoped as a director level position. The ideal candidate will need to have solid experience… Juniper Networks


30+ days ago

Intern: Financial Analyst

Juniper Networks Sunnyvale, CA

The company is looking to recruit strong MBA candidates for internships in the following Finance functions: Corporate Financial Planning & Analysis… Juniper Networks


27 days ago

Senior Networking, Kernel developer

Juniper Networks Sunnyvale, CA

- Design, develop and debug OS kernel. - Develop and/or improve high availability features. - Support customer deployments and escalations. Minimum… Juniper Networks


30+ days ago

Intern: Routing Systems Test Engineer

Juniper Networks Sunnyvale, CA

• Write knowledge base articles to document common problems and their resolution for organization wide reference. REQUIREMENTS… Juniper Networks


19 days ago

Public Relations Specialist

Juniper Networks Sunnyvale, CA

• Support product launches, events and campaign: develop briefing materials, arrange meetings at events and other face-to-face opportunities, and… Juniper Networks


30+ days ago

Engineering Program Manager

Juniper Networks Sunnyvale, CA

The ideal candidate will be an energetic, articulate person who enjoys working with the top engineering technical and management talent. He/she will… Juniper Networks


12 days ago

Networking Architect for Switching and Security

Juniper Networks Sunnyvale, CA

* Present to customers and partners at executive briefings, architecture deep dives and public conferences. Must have excellent public… Juniper Networks


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    Love my manager, terrified of layoffs

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    Current Employee - Member of Technical Staff in Sunnyvale, CA
    Current Employee - Member of Technical Staff in Sunnyvale, CA

    I have been working at Juniper Networks full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    If you have a respectful, intelligent, technically competent manager, as I do, you are in a good position. Juniper has a very flexible telecommute policy and your manager has a lot of power over your PTO, so prove to your manager that you can do high-quality work without being micromanaged and you are good to go. I work in a group where we all have very different technical strengths, so we'd all take a bullet for each other -- we depend on each other to do the different parts of the job that our group is collectively responsible for.

    Cons

    Oh my God, layoffs happen four times a year now. Guaranteed laypffs in November so the cost-cutting will make the yearly report look good; Pretty certain layoffs in March or April so the half-year report will look good as well; and low-profile culling most quarters to .. meet short-term expense goals? I guess. Certainly not to get rid of deadwood, because there still are a lot of idiots around.

    And reorgs oh just stop it, guys, STAHP. IT. We can't do our dang work if you keep doing the musical chairs thing. Who do we report to this week and what's the current management slogan? I have actually stopped paying attention because it's so disheartening to see all the effort that goes into shuffling the same pieces around the board again and again.

    Also. The current plan to move us all into two buildings is ok. I understand: cost-cutting, co-location, yeah, sure. But for the love of all that is holy, do NOT do this thing called ... Dynamic Flexible Workspace or something. It means, no assigned cubicles. I want my own cubicle with pictures of my family and I want to know where to find the people I need. I don't want to sit in someone else's crumbs from yesterday and stare at a blank wall. I am really discouraged right now that a company that used to be so employee-friendly is going to be herding us all into giant kindergarten rooms with not even eye-level cubicle walls to call our own.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Would you please quit reorganizing. Just pick a direction and stick to it. And find someone to run IT who has a clue about what IT is supposed to do. Juniper IT is so dysfunctional that it's a legend even outside the company -- when I talk to people from other companies and mention IT, they roll their eyes and laugh.

    I hope Shaygan, new CEO, can turn things around, but frankly I think he's just grooming the company for a takeover. Fine, do it. Maybe we can get some direction then.

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