Valtech Jobs & Careers in Dallas, TX

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30+ days ago

Sharepoint Developer

Valtech Dallas, TX

Design application based on user requirement while observing enterprise architectural requirements. Design application database based on user… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

SQL Server Database Administrator

Valtech Dallas, TX

Duties: Responsible for supporting the company’s SQL Server database infrastructure and ensuring performance, availability, and security. Responsible… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Agile Coach/Mentor

Valtech Dallas, TX

The ideal candidate would possess proven skills in leading multiple Agile teams through an entire project delivery. The person would understand and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Release Specialist

Valtech Dallas, TX

* · Manage deployments by working closely with other IT teams. · Work with developers to correct any conflicts in the branching / merging process… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sr. Business Intelligence Analysts

Valtech Dallas, TX

* · Obtain and maintain a low-level technical understanding of the International ERP systems and their interfaces to SQL Reporting Services… Glassdoor

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Valtech Président-Directeur Général Sebastian Lombardo
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    Current Employee - Senior Consultant in Dallas, TX
    Current Employee - Senior Consultant in Dallas, TX

    I have been working at Valtech full-time


    Work-life balance was decent, but that's a stretch. The benefits are horrible and the HR Leader hates people, odd, and does nothing to advocate for decent benefits which creates stress in life balance.


    Far too many to mention

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Write a plan, even notes on an etch-a-sketch would be better than what you have today. No sales plan, no resource plan. So many smart people trained, certified and then released. Why spend thousands of dollars to train and certify Consultants only to release them. And, stop being so completely blatant about nepotism and spending corporate dollars as if the money is your own personal "piggy bank".

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