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12 days ago

Sr. Embedded Content Developer - Trusted Systems

Wind River Santa Clara, CA

Are you a software engineer who is passionate about communication? Wind River, the world leader in embedded and mobile software, is looking for an… Glassdoor


12 days ago

Embedded Systems Project Manager - Professional Services

Wind River Santa Clara, CA

• Define team structure and technical requirements needed to successfully… Glassdoor


12 days ago

Senior Corporate Counsel - Commercial Transactions

Wind River Santa Clara, CA

Sr. Corporate Counsel (Commercial Transactions) – Wind River Systems This attorney position is based at Wind River’s headquarters in Alameda CA… Glassdoor


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    Extremely welcoming and accommodating

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Alameda, CA

    I have been working at Wind River full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    The Alameda campus is wonderful with great amenities like a gym, café, shittle bewteen Lake Merritt BART, bikes to borrow, exercise classes, wonderful trails, kid and pet friendly office, and no cubicles!

    All of the people I have worked with are amazing: smart, talented, capable and knowledgable about their fields.

    IT & HR are stellar. There was a problem ordering equipment I needed, so my HR manager just went to the Apple store and got everything I needed.

    The corporate culture is, in my opinion, geared towards good morale. And it never seems forced. The company (and Barry, the CEO) genuinely seem to support the employees.

    Cons

    The company is HUGE. If you are used to small companies, it can be a really big transition. Like any company of this size, there is a lot of red tape on some very simple things. It can be overwhelming if you're not used it.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Continue working on communication with employees and transparency. This isn't to say it's bad, because it's really good. Just make sure you keep it up!

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