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23 days ago

R&D SE, Computer Science Principal

Sandia Livermore, CA

The Scalable and Secure Systems Research department at Sandia National Laboratories in California performs research in operating systems, programming… Sandia

22 days ago

R&D SE, Structural Dynamics Analyst (Entry or Senior)

Sandia Albuquerque, NM

The Analytical Structural Dynamics Department provides expertise defining, assessing, and predicting the structural dynamic performance of Sandia… Sandia

12 days ago

Critical Skills Master's Prog-Computer Engineering/Computer Science/Electrical E

Sandia Albuquerque, NM

We are offering Bachelors level candidates an opportunity to pursue a Master's degree under the auspices of Sandia's Critical Skills Masters Program… Sandia

21 days ago

Postdoctoral Appointee-Data Scientist (Computer Engineering)

Sandia Livermore, CA

The Systems Analytics Department resides within the Computer Sciences and Information Systems Center at Sandia National Laboratories in Livermore… Sandia

5 days ago

Recruiting Marketing/Project Specialist (Entry or Senior)

Sandia Albuquerque, NM

Department 3555 is the Recruiting & Student Programs organization encompassing the corporate HR functions of recruiting, university relations, and… Sandia

8 days ago

Student Intern - Materials Characterization Support Technical Undergrad Yr Rnd

Sandia Albuquerque, NM

The Materials Characterization Department supports SNL by applying microstructural, analytical chemistry and surface analysis techniques to… Sandia

16 hrs ago

Student Intern - RD Support Technical Grad Summer – new

Sandia Albuquerque, NM

The mission of the V&V, UQ, Credibility Processes (1544) is to provide research, development, and application of mathematical and experimental… Sandia

15 days ago

Electrical Product Design Engineer (Entry or Senior)

Sandia Albuquerque, NM

Electrical Design Department (2999) is responsible for providing knowledgeable and capable resources to develop and create ECAD product definition… Sandia

20 days ago

Mechanical Technologist Entry/Senior

Sandia Livermore, CA

The Weapon Subsystems I department develops and supports advanced electronic and mechanical subsystems for use control, enhanced surveillance… Sandia

3 days ago

Postdoctoral Appointee - Geophysics – new

Sandia Albuquerque, NM

Geophysics and Atmospheric Science Department staff investigate R&D problems in all areas of Sandia programs: Defense, security, energy, climate, and… Sandia

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    If you have no plans to leave New Mexico, and have no interest on being rated on merit, this is the place to work

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    Current Employee - Senior Member of Laboratory Staff in Albuquerque, NM
    Current Employee - Senior Member of Laboratory Staff in Albuquerque, NM

    I have been working at Sandia full-time (more than an year)


    You get to work with a lot of interesting, intelligent people if working on the technical side (the business side is a bit more banal and uninspiring). For Albuquerque, the pay is good and you apparently can get every member of your extended family a position in the company - if you find that an acceptable practice that doesn't violate and principles. Frankly, if you are stuck in Albuquerque, there aren't too many business that offer better pay or benefits.


    Numerous. The rating system in no way reflects merit - it is representative of distant, uninterested management that relies on the concept of "visibility" (i.e. the mere act of occupying space in close proximity to management to ensure they recognize your existence) to determine year end ratings. If you are new to Sandia, expect to receive the lowest rating possible as it is considered part of the culture and part of working at for the organization. Nepotism and cronyism are ubiquitous and encouraged. I don't think I have ever worked in an organization where so many people are related. Meetings are more reminiscent of family reunions than work-related gatherings. Tax-payer dollars are wasted with overt disregard through inefficiencies and poor planning - if such things are frustrating and complicate your moral underpinnings, not the place for you.

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    Stop complaining about the culture and do something to change it

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