PagerDuty Jobs in San Francisco, CA

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6 days ago

Junior Software Engineer

PagerDuty San Francisco, CA

At PagerDuty, we are building an incident management system to help IT operations groups detect and proactively respond to issues. Startups, Fortune… PagerDuty

10 days ago

Sales Manager, Mid-Market

PagerDuty San Francisco, CA

We are seeking a talented sales leader as a Sales Manager to lead our Mid-Market sales team. This team is tasked with generating growth within… PagerDuty

8 days ago

iOS Engineer

PagerDuty San Francisco, CA

At PagerDuty, we are building an incident tracking system to help IT operations groups detect and respond to issues. Startups, Fortune 500 companies… PagerDuty

22 days ago

Account Executive, SMB

PagerDuty San Francisco, CA

We are fanatics about reliability at PagerDuty - we have to be. Startups, Fortune 100 companies and everything in between trust us to be their… PagerDuty

23 days ago

People Operations Coordinator

PagerDuty San Francisco, CA

This is a fantastic opportunity for a motivated and highly organized team player to get in on the ground floor with a fast growing, well funded… PagerDuty

23 days ago

Lead Recruiter

PagerDuty San Francisco, CA

Since you will be managing the recruiting process from start to finish, you must possess a relentless ability to produce a consistently high volume… PagerDuty

30+ days ago

Desktop Support Administrator

PagerDuty San Francisco, CA

You've helped countless people solve problems. Around the office, you are known as the 'Fixer' because you somehow know how to address every issue… PagerDuty

30+ days ago

Sr. Partner, Marketing Programs Manager

PagerDuty San Francisco, CA

PagerDuty s marketing is rapidly growing and looking for a Partner Marketing leader that can develop, execute and grow programs with our partners… PagerDuty

30+ days ago

Scrum Master

PagerDuty San Francisco, CA

• Facilitate planning for sprints, features, and larger technical initiatives. Help the team identify and document key planning and… PagerDuty

30+ days ago

Enterprise Product Marketing Manager

PagerDuty San Francisco, CA

You are growth-minded leader who uses insights, intuition and data to grow our Enterprise segment. You are responsible for all things Product… PagerDuty

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    I worked at PagerDuty full-time (More than a year)


    - A lot of attention to software quality - Tight-knit teams - Fantastic office space: location, decor, snacks, near AT&T Park - Typically there's not a lot of ego


    - Product development is *slow* because of over-engineering - Some teams too "clique-y" - Not enough transparency - Very little cross-departmental collaboration - Lack of ethnic diversity in general - Spotty gender diversity in some departments - Too slow to take action on low performers - Lots of meetings, even for individual contributors

    Advice to Management

    Don't just pay lip service to employees about autonomy and empowerment. Let the people you hire do what they were hired to do. Overall, there is little ego at the company (with a couple exceptions), but way too much risk aversion. It's an excellent product with a loyal following, but don't be afraid to do different things to move the business forward. I personally saw little growth for myself at the company. HR needs to help figure out a better way to 1) listen to, 2) support, and 3) develop employees. I know a lot of people love their job and their team, but the feeling isn't universal. Some departments and people are celebrated disproportionately more than others who may be quietly contributing but not being recognized for that effort. CEO is a good person, but needs to be more "on the ground." He's oddly absent from the day-to-day, and it feels like there's a lot of big company culture and process for a place with less than 200 people. In summary, it could be a good place to work depending on the department and team you end up on. There are more growing pains for a company this size than you would expect.

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