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Lead Mobile Software Engineer

Silicon Valley Bank San Francisco, CA

You will carry the role of a technical lead working closely with Project Managers, Business Analyst and other IT groups; Provide technical leadership… Silicon Valley Bank


30+ 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


30+ days ago

Associate Development Program West - July 2015 Class

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’s most… Silicon Valley Bank


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Associate II - Credit Advisory Services

Silicon Valley Bank Santa Clara, CA

The Advisory Services Group handles all of the bank’s more challenging credit situations. The Associate will report to an Advisory Services Managing… Silicon Valley Bank


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Associate II - CFD

Silicon Valley Bank Sherman Oaks, 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


30+ days ago

Vice President I

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


30+ 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


30+ 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


30+ 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


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Chief Compliance Officer

Silicon Valley Bank Santa Clara, CA

The Chief Compliance Officer reports directly to the Chief Risk Officer and is responsible for the development and ongoing maintenance of a… Silicon Valley Bank


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    Our CIO is TERRIBLE

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    Current Employee - Senior IT Project Manager in Santa Clara, CA
    Current Employee - Senior IT Project Manager in Santa Clara, CA

    I have been working at Silicon Valley Bank full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Great benefits and pay along with flex work hours

    Cons

    Our CIO Beth Devin has turned out to be a nightmare. I used to be filled with hope when she first joined a year + back, but she has steadily proven through her actions that she doesn't have a clue--and doesn't care to get a clue. She let go one of our best senior leaders in engineering recently and that seems to be the nail in the coffin. He was the only one seemingly with a vision as our CIO keeps flip flopping from one priority to another depending on the week. Now, nobody in the senior management team is trustworthy and they are all tainted--everyone is scared and out for themselves at the expense of the company and IT which is the real tragedy unfolding here. The CIO actually gave a speech after she made her "breath of fresh air" moves that if your not with her on her latest moves, get out of the company. Inspiring. Great values. Message: agree with me or get fired. Others in the company who are really outstanding contributors and know their stuff are getting sidelined and marginalized---a disaster in the making as they scramble for the exits. Who is going to be left to do the work? Im sure the CIO will continue to blame others for her own failures as she likes to prattle on constantly about taking more ownership and accountability yet doesn't follow her own rules. The two posts on here applauding the CIO are very poorly done plants--its well known in IT that she asked her remaining leadership team to post positive items due to prospective recruits reading what is really going on. Don't listen to them, IT is truly hell. CIO has done nothing in over a year except demotivate and disrupt the entire IT operation. Her new hires in management are weak--either know nothing about IT or are slow, scared, and ineffective. Don't know much about the last CIO, but it had to have been better than this!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Clearly, fire your CIO and save IT. At the same time, hold your COO accountable as well---he is the mover behind the scenes allowing this nightmare to begin and continue. CEO needs to be more involved and accountable.

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