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30+ days ago

National Account Manager

Sprint Los Angeles, CA +3 locations

Responsible for relationship management working with 5-10 large accounts, Fortune 1000, Strategic Accounts greater than $1.0m annual revenue and… TheLadders.com


8 days ago

National Account Manager II

Sprint Los Angeles, CA +4 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


17 days ago

National Account Manager III

Sprint Yah-ta-hey, NM

Responsible for relationship management working with 4-5 large accounts, Fortune 100, (100 not 1000) Strategic Accounts billing greater than $1.0m in… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Business Sales Manager – new

Sprint Rochester, NY +3 locations

 Generates sales of company systems and services in named accounts, specific industry or assigned geographic territory. Contacts/visits existing… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Regional Account Manager - International

Sprint Un, United States

to complete the solutions and quotes. He/She will partner with National Account Managers and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

National Retail Account Executive

Sprint Na Ah Tee, AZ +3 locations

Must have valid driver's license, three consecutive years of active driving history, successfully complete driver's safety training, and otherwise… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Sales Manager Emerging Solutions

Sprint Livonia, MI

Generates sales of company systems and services in named accounts, specific industry or assigned geographic territory. Contacts/visits existing and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Sales Manager- Enterprise Solutions

Sprint Rutherford, NJ

Generates sales of company systems and services in named accounts, specific industry or assigned geographic territory. Contacts/visits existing and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Manager, General Business - Public Sector - Wireless

Sprint Murray, UT

Generates sales of company systems and services in named accounts, specific industry or assigned geographic territory. Contacts/visits existing and… Glassdoor


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    Worked at Sprint for 13 years in the IT department working my way through the technical field. IT related.

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    Current Employee - Senior Executive Services IT  in  Overland Park, KS
    Current Employee - Senior Executive Services IT in Overland Park, KS

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

    Pros

    Great company to work for. Terrific benefits! 3.5 weeks vacation right away- 4.5 after 2 years- 5 after 10 years- 6 after 20 years. 401k match is great and with salary positions the bonuses are great! Good life/work balance. New CEO is easy to work.

    Cons

    Worried about layoffs since this is a #3 carrier-- seem to have rounds come through 1-2 times a year. However, Sprint offers a great program for voluntary separation and gives you great benefits (severance) whether you volunteer or actually get laid off. They work hard to rehire/position. Layoffs are really a concern for any large company these days-- I imagine they sweep through other companies just as often regardless of how well the company is doing. Fewer people = more work / better profits I guess.

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    Never had any problems getting time off as needed. Salary increases (at least in my dept) are not really great. Not keeping up with cost of living. Seems to be the norm in other companies these days. Promotions are not handed to anybody-- you have to apply for them with the in-house job site. Lots of opportunities! However-- they merged payscales not too long ago what used to be what we called the 71, 72, 73 - 79. Each had a certain salary range (low-mid-high) They literally took 71-73 made that a 003. Then took 74-79 and made it a 004. Which means if any of those option positions used to pay a 79 and you're technically brought in as a 75... you do not get a raise. Most jobs are lateral unless you move into management (then the payscales are much much different)

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