Symantec Jobs & Careers in Roseville, MN

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16 days ago

Sr Compensation Analyst

Symantec Roseville, MN

The Americas Compensation organization is a strategic business partner that aligns roles, goals, feedback and rewards to build momentum for company… Symantec


2 days ago

Princ SQA Engineer – new

Symantec Roseville, MN

• Perform hardware and software certification for storage device compatibility with the Symantec NetBackup product • Storage devices include disk… Symantec


2 days ago

Large Enterprise Security Account Manager – new

Symantec Roseville, MN

• The Strategic Security Sales Executive is distinguished by their deep knowledge of the Security Industry and Symantec’s Security Portfolio. This… Symantec


9 days ago

Princ Product Manager

Symantec Roseville, MN

The responsible manager will be a dedicated interface between the offering product management and field sales organisations. They will capture the… Symantec


21 days ago

Sr User Resrch/Testing Eng

Symantec Roseville, MN

• Create innovative and cutting edge user interactions. Qualifications • Expertise in developing information architecture, interaction models… Symantec


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    Current Employee - Software Engineer in Roseville, MN
    Current Employee - Software Engineer in Roseville, MN

    I have been working at Symantec full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    People are intelligent, pay is good. My interview process was pretty non-technical and laid back. Travel is available if you have a geographically diverse team, or an important project.

    Cons

    CEO uncertainty often, everyone wants to build everything themselves instead of using an existing solution, budget issues are everywhere. We have to jump through hoops to get hardware.

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    Management is good, but the architects seem to give too much free reign to engineers in system design. The result is sloppy, or inflexible design.

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