T-Mobile Financial Analyst II Jobs in Seattle, WA

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11 days ago

Sr Analyst Finance

T-Mobile Bellevue, WA

The Financial Planning & Analysis Team is responsible for supporting the executive leadership teams within Finance, COO, and CMO organizations in… T-Mobile

16 days ago

Associate Analyst, Credit Risk Management

T-Mobile Bellevue, WA

The Associate Analyst, Credit Risk Management (Analyst) is the secondary level of review of Business to Business (B2B) credit applications. The… T-Mobile

7 days ago

Finance Manager

T-Mobile Bellevue, WA

This position will be a key part of the team responsible for forecasting and reporting T Mobile Revenue, interfacing with various groups including… T-Mobile

14 days ago

Sr Accountant - Handset Financing

T-Mobile Bellevue, WA

The accounting operations teams are responsible for ensuring that the financial results of T-Mobile are accurately presented to T-Mobile leadership… T-Mobile

21 days ago

Manager, Accounting - Handset Financing

T-Mobile Bellevue, WA

The Accounting Manager role is a leadership role that reports to the Senior Manager of Handset Financing Accounting. It is responsible for ensuring… T-Mobile

29 days ago

Director, Finance IT Solutions

T-Mobile Bellevue, WA

T-Mobile has a significant opportunity to provide additional financial products and services to its base of 55,000,000 customers through more than… T-Mobile

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    Worked as an intern as part of my MBA program. Had great people to work with and for, and the company Un-carrier culture encourages all employees to consider bold changes that could improve the business.


    Thinking about bold moves is encouraged - but actually getting traction with them is difficult. Those who have responsibility for portions of the business are often resistant to change. The company was spooked badly by the failed AT&T merger a few years back, and while it's definitely a very different company from that time, many of the people are still here. There's a definite tension between doing what's right/best for the customer, and doing what's right/best for the bottom line, that can be challenging to navigate.

    Advice to Management

    Un-carrier is a great philosophy. Make sure it's more than just marketing. The rapid growth of the last few years has forced some things to fall to the wayside, and while that is now being addressed, remember that T-Mobile should be designing the future of wireless - not just fixing the internal problems to get to where it should be now.

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