Lionbridge Senior Project Manager Jobs & Careers in Framingham, MA

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18 days ago

Sr. Project Manager

Lionbridge Waltham, MA

• Collaborate with Senior Operations Management and Account Management, on the overall strategy for the Program. • Collaborate with product… Glassdoor

16 days ago

Localization Project Manager

Lionbridge Waltham, MA

SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER / ON-SITE Manage administrative and operational elements of client… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Translator

Lionbridge Waltham, MA

Responsible for the translation/edit/proof/verification of text from English into Brazilian Portuguese to project specifications. Provides assistance… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer - Mainframes

Lionbridge Waltham, MA

• Good to have someone who has the knowledge on Accounts Payable area of a financial Services Industry. • Good in English communication… Glassdoor

1 day ago

Program Manager – new

Lionbridge Waltham, MA

Work with production teams to agree overall resource requirements and agree overall resourcing plan. Establish and monitor KPI and Scorecards with… Glassdoor

30 days ago

Linguistic Program Manager

Lionbridge Waltham, MA

•Manage outsourced non-Spanish projects as well as on-site interpretations, including scope analysis, resource management, quoting, invoicing… Glassdoor

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    A big impersonal corporation with little regard for workers

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    Former Employee - Project Manager in Framingham, MA
    Former Employee - Project Manager in Framingham, MA

    I worked at Lionbridge full-time (more than an year)


    As with any large corporation, the focus is not on employees but if one manages to stick it out one could theoretically move to any LB office worldwide. There were a few friendly people and many standoffish ones.


    Witnessed one PM hired just before the holidays then fired afterwards so LB could have someone cover for other PMs on holidays. Consoled one translation manager who broke down in tears late one late night due to overwork. Effectively had to take bullet for the team and resign when engineering seriously underestimated the difficulty/cost/duration of a project and as the PM I was responsible for the resulting customer fallout. End of month accounting and revenue recognition was such a pain often taking days to complete.

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    If you want the continuous churn of new and departing employees don't change a thing.

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