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Senior Product Manager

Souq.com Amman

As a Senior Product Manager, you will own a segment of our business and be measured on financial, growth and quality metrics for this segment. To… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

PHP Developer

Souq.com Amman

As a senior PHP developer you will play a key role in developing both front-end and back-end systems. You should have excellent knowledge of… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Software Architect/Engineer

Souq.com Amman

• 5+ years of hands-on experience in software design and development. • Experience in software architecture… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Data Analyst

Souq.com Amman

• Analysis of information using various statistical methods, trying to see patterns in data • Analyzes and reports on billing and financial data… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Content Officer

Souq.com Amman

1. To produce quality item data as per daily targets 2. To remove errors in item data and get it QC passed 3. To follow product extraction… Glassdoor


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    The best company I've worked for so far.

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    I have been working at Souq.com full-time

    Pros

    1- casual and laid-back environment with no dress code.
    2- flexible working hours.
    3- almost everyone is friendly and helpful.
    4- free fruits and snacks.
    5- the work is pretty challenging with a steep learning curve. i learned a lot in just one year in terms of technical skills and retail business knowledge.

    Cons

    1- salaries could be better.
    2- can be pretty chaotic at times with no well-defined rules for most processes. to their credit though, they realize this problem and are working to address it.
    3- lack of proper communication between tech teams which sometimes results in conflicting work.
    4- lack of documentation of code and business processes which makes it very hard for new hires to learn how and why things are done.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    a lot of care should be given to creating and enforcing proper software development processes to make life easier for developers and QA testers.

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