T-Mobile Jobs in Seattle, WA

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2 days ago

Sr Analyst, Systems – new

T-Mobile Bellevue, WA

Day-to-Day Our team is responsible for enterprise level CRM and Marketing architecture, development, and support. This Sr System Analyst's primary… T-Mobile


19 days ago

Sr. Product Mgr, Device Lifecycle Products (DLP) Implementation & Ops

T-Mobile Bellevue, WA

This position will translate and drive the DLP vision/idea into the marketplace. The position will own and execute the implementation of complex DLP… T-Mobile


2 days ago

Assoc Developer, Software – new

T-Mobile Bellevue, WA

• Develop application support documentation as required by the application support teams for acceptance of systems changes into production… T-Mobile


2 days ago

Sr Product Concept Manager – new

T-Mobile Bellevue, WA

In this role, you will work with strategic partners to define use cases and prioritize the integration of associated requirements into the next… T-Mobile


30+ days ago

Manager, Analysis

T-Mobile Bellevue, WA

The Analysis Manager for Cash Applications develops strategies to address analytical and technical challenges on the team and deploys team resources… T-Mobile


2 days ago

Network Validation Intern (Undergrad) – new

T-Mobile Bellevue, WA

include: • Assist with efforts to collect requirements for delivery ecosystems and service platforms. • Learn about and assist with the RFI/RFP… T-Mobile


2 days ago

Sr Architect, Systems – new

T-Mobile Bellevue, WA

The Senior Architect for Security plays a key role in shaping the security of T-Mobiles technology strategy by defining, enhancing, and implementing… T-Mobile


24 hrs ago

Specialist, Communications Intern (Undergrad) – new

T-Mobile Bellevue, WA

• Business Partnership: Supports internal partners by assisting with communications vehicles. Becomes knowledgeable about the specific focus area of… T-Mobile


30+ days ago

Sr Business Analysis Manager

T-Mobile Bellevue, WA

This Senior Business Analysis Manager will be a key member to the team that delivers the strategic analysis, insights, and recommendations that fuel… T-Mobile


2 days ago

Corporate Counsel, Technology – new

T-Mobile Bellevue, WA

include: drafting and negotiating a wide range of commercial and mobile technology-focused agreements such as development agreements, hardware… T-Mobile


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    Former Employee - Senior Financial Analyst in Seattle, WA
    Former Employee - Senior Financial Analyst in Seattle, WA

    I worked at T-Mobile full-time (More than 3 years)

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    Negative Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    Great work-life balance
    Solid pay and bonus
    5 wks of PTO
    401k
    easy parking
    commuter subsidy
    Free coffee and soda!

    Cons

    Constantly "putting out fires"
    Analysis requests out of the blue for short-term wins at the expense of long term business strategy
    projects based on AT&T acquisition (now no longer in the picture)
    Low employee morale
    Outsourcing jobs overseas

    Advice to Management

    Back story of T-Mobiles demise:
    T-Mobile failed early on when investment in the company was insufficient to stay competitive with the likes of Verizon and AT&T. They were late to 3G and network improvement and could not secure deals to get the best handsets (iPhone). These two factors caused prime subscribers to turn away from the brand. Management turned to sub-prime to keep growth numbers up and mask what was really going on with their customer base. However, down the road, this decision caused customer churn to sky-rocket and bad debt to climb.

    Advice:
    Create a legitimate turn around plan that includes massive investment into the company to win back prime subscribers. Re-build (or re-name) the brand and get behind it with a commitment to provide the resources necessary to compete for prime customers.

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