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Associate Development Program West - July 2015 Class – new

Silicon Valley Bank Palo Alto, CA

And you'll work with teams of passionate, enterprising SVBers dedicated to helping our clients grow and succeed at every stage. The future‚Äôs most… Silicon Valley Bank

27 days ago

Sr. Manager Centralized Card Management

Silicon Valley Bank Tempe, AZ

The right individual will use their deep experience in the cards business to partner well with other card related units and key stakeholders, such as… Silicon Valley Bank

16 days ago

Associate II - CFD

Silicon Valley Bank San Diego, CA

The Relationship Management roles are responsible for designing and originating loans and secured and unsecured lines of credit for Commercial Bank… Silicon Valley Bank

8 days ago

Enterprise Architect

Silicon Valley Bank Santa Clara, CA

As a technology leader and subject matter expert, the Enterprise IT Architects will design, develop and implement IT architecture projects. IT… Silicon Valley Bank

20 hrs ago

Vice President I – new

Silicon Valley Bank San Francisco, CA

5+ years of related experience. Advanced knowledge of bank operations and products. Strong negotiation and marketing skills. Good closing skills… Silicon Valley Bank

2 days ago

Branch Client Advisor II – new

Silicon Valley Bank Menlo Park, CA

Activities include daily client interaction, either by phone or email channel based, requiring problem-solving skills, determining escalation path… Silicon Valley Bank

9 days ago

Global Cards Implementation & Service Advisor

Silicon Valley Bank Tempe, AZ

The Implementation and Servicing Advisor role, in partnership with the Product Advisory Sales team, will participate in sales meetings with prospects… Silicon Valley Bank

6 days ago

Relationship Associate

Silicon Valley Bank San Francisco, CA

JOB COMPLEXITY: The Relationship Associate position is a client-facing role that is responsible for new and existing client relationships to ensure a… Silicon Valley Bank

12 days ago

Data Analytics Analyst

Silicon Valley Bank San Francisco, CA

SVB Analytics works with the executives of privately held companies to provide independent valuation opinions so that those companies can manage… Silicon Valley Bank

22 days ago

Metrics & Reporting Analyst/Business Process Data Analyst

Silicon Valley Bank Menlo Park, CA

- Responsible for serving as a liaison with the business owners to lead and facilitate the… Silicon Valley Bank

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    IT Is An Awful Place to Work

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    Current Employee - Systems Administrator in Santa Clara, CA
    Current Employee - Systems Administrator in Santa Clara, CA

    I have been working at Silicon Valley Bank full-time (more than 3 years)


    -Great individual contributors
    -Inspiring business model
    -fast paced


    New CIO is in over her head. Totally disconnected from IT, promotes and hands large sections of her IT group that was highly motivated, cost effective, and functioning well to the worst IT leadership members in the group but great talkers which seems to now be the only way to now get recognized. Meanwhile, a few good IT leadership members (engineering and client services) that have fallen out of favor (not surprised) and im sure wont be around for long while the IT leaders who kiss up and talk about what they are going to do get love. Meanwhile, folks that have been in IT before the CIO came on board are constantly reminded how bad we are at what we do. That comes from the new CIO. Don't worry, ill be leaving soon.

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    Advice to the COO and steering committee: Get your CIO some coaching or fire her. She treats people like dirt and casts the wrong shadow, seems to pump herself up at others expense. Real inspiring. Advice for the CIO: Stop promoting and giving more functions (at the expense of your competent leaders) to your incompetent leadership members before the whole department collapses. Try spending time in IT and finding out the entire story rather than jumping to conclusions off snap judgments. Your the problem, recognize it and seek help.

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