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21 days ago

Business Sales Account Executive I - Wireless

Sprint Reston, VA +2 locations

 Sprint Business Sales professionals help people and companies work better together so companies can grow and adapt to the future of work. We sum… CareerBuilder

26 days ago

Inside Sales Account Manager

Sprint Overland Park, KS +2 locations

 Responsible via outbound calling for retaining business through mining and growing accounts with a wireless subscriber base within the business… CareerBuilder

3 days ago

Manager Merchandising – new

Sprint Overland Park, KS

 Manages the visual merchandising function that focuses on the overall strategic program development and company standards for creative… CareerBuilder

14 hrs ago

Manager- Channel Strategy – new

Sprint Overland Park, KS

 Manages the development and implementation process of a company's services involving departmental or cross-functional teams focused on the… CareerBuilder

15 days ago

Telecom Design Engineer II

Sprint Herndon, VA

Telecom Design Engineer, Sprint Corp., Herndon, VA Research, design, plan, develop and/or evaluate new, advanced network technologies by translating… Beyond.com

18 hrs ago

Network Engineer II – new

Sprint Reston, VA

Plans, designs and implements networked systems of medium to large scope and moderate to high complexity. Projects include technology changes within… Beyond.com

30+ days ago

Network Engineer III

Sprint Reston, VA

Plans, designs and implements networked systems of very large scope and/or very high complexity. Provides engineering services and functions required… Beyond.com

30+ days ago

LTE RF Engineer III

Sprint Reston, VA

Provides radio frequency (RF) and/or wireless transmission design. Designs, plans and oversees installation and maintenance of wireless radio… Beyond.com

30+ days ago


Sprint Reston, VA

Business Systems Analyst, Sprint Corporation, Reston, VA Formulate and define system scope and objectives through research and fact-finding to… Beyond.com

5 days ago

Web Applications Specialist II

Sprint Reston, VA

include design, development, & testing (SDLC) of e-commerce, self-managing, community, and related websites… Beyond.com

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35 Ratings

    A good place to work

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    I have been working at Sprint full-time for more than 10 years


    The best thing about Sprint is the work/life balance that working there provides. No one below the Director level works excessive hours. In fact, on campus the lights turn off automatically at 5:30 because everyone is gone!!! Additionally, due to budget constraints very few people are even allowed to travel, so 99%+ of employees don't even travel 1 time per year. No one can say the work/life balance is bad at Sprint!!!
    The work is generally interesting and very fast pace. Most of the people are great to work with and there is a lot of team work -especially at the corporate level.
    The benefits are very solid, although they get a little worse every year - higher copays, deductibles or premiums.


    As a career employee, my biggest complaint is how they structure salary increases when you receive a promotion. Since you are internal, you are put at the bottom of the range for the new position. External hires with similar creditials can often get placed in the middle of the range. Since pay increaeses are generally small, it takes years to catch up to the midpoint. This really discourages people from sticking wtih the company.
    Additionally, with all the restructuring and downsizing over the years, upward advancement opportunities are very limited and seem to get fewer and fewer with each restructuring.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Create more development opportunities. Sprint has a leadership development program, but they only take 10-12 candidates each year, that's out of 30,000 employees. Other than that, you are on your own for development. Out of the 8 managers that I have had, only 1 has helped me with overall personal development that was not just job training. Many were unqualified to provide development training and others were just too busy.

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