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26 days ago

Sr. C# Architect

Silver Rye, NY

C#/.NET Architect (hands on) (C#/WCF/Windows Services) Fabric Cashe Communicate with both developers and business clients Must have strong… Silver

8 days ago

Senior Supply Chain Business Analyst - Reverse Logistics

Silver Spring Networks Redwood City, CA

include both process and tools development to support the ongoing monitoring of product health, transactional data integrity, performance against… Dice

27 days ago

Principal Software Engineer

Silver Spring Networks Redwood City, CA

Come join us and change the worlds relationship with energy, forever. Be a part of a passionate, collaborative and innovative culture at Silver… Experteer

27 days ago

Staff Firmware Engineer

Silver Spring Networks Redwood City, CA

In this role, you will work collaboratively with other seasoned engineers in a small team within a fast-paced environment. You will be responsible… Experteer

27 days ago

Senior Manufacturing Engineer, Tool Deployment

Silver Spring Networks Redwood City, CA

Deploy manufacturing tools developed by SSN to support SSN Manufacturing business partners worldwide. This includes working with and training… Experteer

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    It was fantastic to work on something so important to the environment and a change that's happening all over the world. The "green" angle is inspiring.


    The company suffers from terrible leadership, constant re-arranging of the deck chairs with no real change, and a lack of new ideas. The same core team keeps cycling through the same agenda, and only one has any prior Silicon Valley background. For a company that was so pioneering, there's a shocking lack of vision. Plus, selling to utilities is just unbearably hard.

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