Rackspace Jobs in San Francisco, CA

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3 days ago

Software Developer IV – new

Rackspace San Francisco, CA

include: translating functional requirements into conceptual and detailed designs; providing estimates for development effort; implementing proof of… Rackspace


5 days ago

Office Manager

Rackspace San Francisco, CA

• You will be responsible for the general well being of the office and those that work here. You will deal with the day-to-day operations as well as… Rackspace


30+ days ago

Full-Stack Software Developer, Mailgun

Rackspace San Francisco, CA

Who We Are: • Mailgun is The Email Service for Developers. • We make it easy for developers to implement email into their software. • We're… Rackspace


30+ days ago

Linux Enterprise Support Engineer

Rackspace San Francisco, CA

When you buy a new computer, do you immediately erase Windows and install your favorite distro of Linux? Do you love finding and creating new… Rackspace


30+ days ago

Senior Interaction Designer

Rackspace San Francisco, CA

Rackspace Experience Design — Senior Interaction Designer in San Francisco WHO WE ARE What’s it like to be a Racker? Rackers are passionate about… Rackspace


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    Current Employee - Marketing Manager in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Marketing Manager in San Francisco, CA
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    I have been working at Rackspace full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    Rackspace is a great company. Lots of opportunities for those who want to make their own way. You can be an entrepreneur with the company.

    Cons

    Rackspace is a great company, but it is growing quickly into a big company. That can be a good thing- less rapid change, more formal programs- but it can also be a bad thing if you want more of a startup culture.

    Advice to Management

    Make sure to keep a place for innovators as you grow. I've seen some of the companies best entrepreneurial minds leave recently. This can hurt in the long run.


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