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30+ days ago

Director, Federal Civilian & Science Markets

Liquid Robotics, Inc. Washington, DC

Sales & Relationship Development – Develop significant relationships with key customers, such as NOAA, Scripps, WHOI, BOEM, DOE, ECU and others… Glassdoor


21 days ago

Director, Program Management

Liquid Robotics, Inc. Sunnyvale, CA

Reporting the Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, the Director of Program Management will coordinate program management across engineering… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Director, Integrator Products

Liquid Robotics, Inc. Sunnyvale, CA

• Translate customer, partner, internal, and market requirements into prioritized product requirements, for both the Liquid Robotics and partner… Glassdoor


19 days ago

Software Quality Assurance Team Lead

Liquid Robotics, Inc. Sunnyvale, CA

The QA lead will be responsible for designing, implementing, executing, and debugging automated test scripts. The position will manage all… Glassdoor


18 days ago

Electro-Mechanical Technician

Liquid Robotics, Inc. Sunnyvale, CA

/ACCOUNTABILITIES • Troubleshoot, test, assemble, disassemble and perform visual inspection of electro-mechanical assemblies. • Assist in… Glassdoor


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    Great Technology, Horrible Leadership

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Sunnyvale, CA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Sunnyvale, CA

    I have been working at Liquid Robotics full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    Company has great technology and potential to make ocean data collection safe, cheap and real-time.

    Cons

    Things other than the core technology- personal growth is discouraged and professional growth is non-existent (less that 3% of the company have received promotions). Pay is on the low side of the start-up scale and stock options are pitifully meager. Office politics are strong and there is a very noticeable and distinct "Us" and "Them" -if you are on the them side you will get get a knife in the back.

    Company culture is more interested in playing withe the cool technology than it is with making a good product or helping our customers succeed. This can make for fun days but not a great way to build a business or get the technology adopted. Very, very little time and energy is spend on anything other that marketing and R&D.

    However the most con of the cons is leadership- The rules don't apply to leadership and their pets- they can travel in style, order excessive and expensive wine, miss quota time after time after time, fail to make any progress on product development and there are no consequences. Leadership cultivates pets who are not expected to contribute in trade for fierce loyalty, and others end up shouldering the pets work. The sloppy leadership trickle down to the rank and file and you find that LRI rarely takes accountability for anything.. wrong products delivered, unfulfilled contracts, and personnel lawsuits are a result. Individuals too are held unaccountable...until they want to fire someone- 5 group layoffs in the last year, each one was promised to be the last...

    Doesn't Recommend
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