SafeNet Jobs & Careers in Belcamp, MD

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20 days ago

Account Manager

SafeNet Belcamp, MD

Reporting directly into the Regional VP Sales (RVP) the Account Manager (AM) will be responsible for managing a number of SafeNets existing customers… Glassdoor


20 days ago

Senior System Administrator

SafeNet Belcamp, MD

Provides System Administration Support for Corporate servers and workstations. The System Administration Team is responsible for the planning… Glassdoor


25 days ago

Return Material Authorization Coordinator

SafeNet Belcamp, MD

The Return Material Authorization (RMA) Coordinator is a problem solver with an eye for detail, a quick study, a customer advocate and understands… Glassdoor


25 days ago

Sr. Product Manager

SafeNet Belcamp, MD

Responsible for the development and implementation of the strategic plan for a specific product family. Maintains close relationship with the market… Glassdoor


25 days ago

Web Application Developer

SafeNet Belcamp, MD

Under general supervision, responsible for developing, supporting and maintaining web-based applications. Will work closely with global business and… Glassdoor


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    Former Employee - E-Commerce Analyst  in  Belcamp, MD
    Former Employee - E-Commerce Analyst in Belcamp, MD

    I worked at SafeNet full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    from 2004-2008: They mostly left me alone to do my work. Salaries were low compared to competition. Decent benefits early on: profit sharing, stock options. The most senior marketing people were very nice.

    Cons

    Office politics. Very cliquish. Very High School. If you weren't part of the "cool people" group, you were nothing. Mostly dead end jobs. No way to move around vertically or horizontally. Only the sales people had good futures in the company. Lower tier managers were bullies.

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    Things have changed since I left so can't give much advice. Just focus more on your employees' needs.

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