Motorola Mobility Jobs in San Jose, CA

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12 days ago

Business Analytics Specialist

Motorola Mobility Sunnyvale, CA

Build Business Intelligence reports using Business Intelligence tools including SAP Business Objects, OBIEE, Tableau, and Microsoft Excel. Project… Motorola Mobility

11 days ago

Business Analyst (HR Operations Reporting)

Motorola Mobility Sunnyvale, CA

Responsible for defining, developing and executing HR’s enterprise reporting strategy. Collect and analyze HR data and metrics to identify trends… Motorola Mobility

21 days ago

Android Framework Software Engineer

Motorola Mobility Sunnyvale, CA

This position is for a Software Engineer within the Android UI Framework team, which is responsible for supporting all new products and upgrades. The… Motorola Mobility

30+ days ago

Sr./Executive Sourcer

Motorola Mobility Sunnyvale, CA

This contract sourcer will work closely with the recruiters and consult with hiring managers in assisting in the selection of the best candidates… Motorola Mobility

30+ days ago

Software Engineer Manager

Motorola Mobility Sunnyvale, CA

- Plan, provide resources for and direct software engineering activities to meet schedules, standards, and budget. Identify and analyze engineering… Motorola Mobility

30+ days ago

Sr. Software Engineer (Cloud Server Side Engineer)

Motorola Mobility Sunnyvale, CA

Motorola created the mobile communications industry. We invented most of the protocols and technologies that make mobile communications possible… Motorola Mobility

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    -Work Life Balance is usually good, some peaks and valleys like many other competitors
    -Easy communication between different work groups/functions
    -Great benefits (from Google) - not sure how long they will last now, with Lenovo
    -Some good ideas from new SLT group seem to be making day to day work better - more social, more fun events, creates better cross function relationships
    - Really good products, both hardware and software


    -Still a lot of old blood, doing things the old way - boys club
    - No career growth, the middle managers don't leave, so new blood hits a ceiling and then moves on
    - budgets continue to get cut, teams get smaller and smaller but more work is required of each individual
    - They say they value candid feedback or ideas but that is not really the case

    Advice to Management

    -Really take a look at some of the people that have been around for 25-30+ years in the same position, are they really effective?
    -Review your "open door" policy and teach middle management to be more accepting of both positive and negative feedback and new ideas.
    -Also, back fill some of the positions that have left over the past 5 years, we do not have enough people, things are falling through the cracks.

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