Why Work for Us?
Because we rock?
Because we are fun and awesome?
Because we pay well and have great benefits and time-off programs which start on your hire date?
Because we provide great work/life balance and flexibility?
Because we like to play?
Because we support community and charity events?
Because we have a kick-ass wellness fair every year?
Because our chili contest is a blowout?
Because no zombie apocalypse can touch our Halloween costume party?
Because we have on-site car detailing and concierge dry-cleaning services?
Because of our LA Fitness, Sam’s Club, Costco, and local attraction discounts?
Because of our virtual company store?
Because of our optional pet, life, accident and critical illness insurances?
Because of our softball teams and bowling nights?
Because of our annual Kaiser 5K race, our Austin 5K Run for Your Life, our 5K Run for the Rescue, or our 5K Color Run?
Because of the on-site weights, punching bag, ping pong table, volleyball, basketball hoops, X-Box, Wii, and exercise equipment?
Because of our cookouts and ice cream socials?
Because of our hilarious Valentine’s Day and Cinco de Mayo ho-downs?
Because of our St. Patty's Day corn beef and cabbage with green beer?
Because of our web-based professional development classes?
Because of our generous tuition reimbursement?
Because of our Biggest Loser contest and Smoking Cessation incentives?
Because of our famous holiday casino night?
Because of our family-fun picnics?
Because of our humongous Thanksgiving feast?
Because of our support for disaster victims, firefighters’ funds, Native American causes, food pantries, and animal welfare groups?
Because of our on-site fresh food kiosk?
Because of our steady stream of cash, electronic, sporting equipment, trips, and all kinds of other prizes and rewards?
Because our teams enjoy zip lines and paintball?
Because in times of need we have each other’s backs?
Because we have blood drives and free flu shots?
Because we are ranked among the Top 100 Companies in Atlanta based on employee feedback?
Because we make cool, fun video slot games?
Because turnover is almost non-exist and we have the best talent in the industry?
Because innovation and autonomy trump old-school policies?
Because we believe in a green work environment?
Because we like to go to Dave and Busters and Andretti’s?
Because Santa Claus comes and sees us every year?
Why work for us?
Because We encourage employee Feedback on Glassdoor?
The better question is why work for anyone else? CJ Rocks!
At Cadillac Jack, we are all about our community, and having fun at work. Here are some fun events that we have throughout the year.
Employee Appreciation - Like BobbleHeads?
(Yup, real employees!)
Like Pets? We support our local humane societies through pet adoptions.
Cinco De Mayo - Like Pinatas?
Like Food? Food Trucks!
Chief Operating Officer
Mauro Franic has successfully guided Cadillac Jack’s Product Management and Marketing groups, along with oversight for revenue planning and targeted business development. Mr. Franic is also responsible for US Sales and Operations including production, supply chain, warehousing and distribution, and field services operations. His expertise, strategy and passion for the business have helped to strengthen and drive Cadillac Jack’s profitability and market share. Prior to his role as COO, he served as Vice President of Product Management and Marketing. Mr. Franic joined Cadillac Jack in September 2006 as Director of Product Management, during which time he was instrumental in the development and introduction of new product lines in the US and Mexico. He brings more than seventeen years of product management experience to Cadillac Jack, having led business development for Exxon Mobil in Argentina and for Radiant Systems in the US, Spain, and the Caribbean.
Chief Technology Officer
As Chief Technology Officer, Sigmund Lee leads Cadillac Jack’s global technology and product strategy, responsible for R&D, Advanced Gaming Operations, Engineering Customer Support and Corporate IT. Mr. Lee’s vision has elevated Cadillac Jack’s products to new levels and helped to transform the company into a leading gaming provider in the US and Mexico. Mr. Lee joined Cadillac Jack in 2006 as Vice President of Engineering. Under his leadership, the systems and game development teams have expanded the company’s product mix, and dramatically improved game performance, maintainability, reliability and scalability. Throughout his career, Mr. Lee has had great success implementing engineering and IT infrastructures in multi-billion dollar companies such as Bally Technologies where he helped streamline the technology direction of the company. Mr. Lee also held several positions with Nova Corporation, a provider of integrated credit card payment services and served as Chief Technology Officer and Executive Vice President of Research and Development at Magnet Communication.
Linda Champion Driver
Global Vice President, Human Resources
Linda Champion Driver, Global Vice President, Human Resources joined Cadillac Jack in July 2012. Ms. Champion oversees all HR, Payroll, Benefits, Talent Acqisition, and Organization Development in both the US & Mexico. She plays an integral role in helping to shape the corporate culture, leadership, and organizational development initiatives. She brings an extensive background of HR leadership in change management, compensation/benefits, and employment law, as well as recruiting, training, performance management, HR technology, and employee retention. She has mutli-national experience in a vaiety of industries including social services, multi-family housing construction and prp[erty management, wealth management, and from a variety of game and software development companies including EA Sports Tiburon and CCP Games.
Vice President & General Counsel
Mr. Schwab joined Cadillac Jack from Miller & Martin in Atlanta, Georgia in 2012. He has more than ten years of experience representing a variety of clients from mid-sized companies to Fortune 500s in an array of complex legal matters. As Vice President, Legal Mr. Schwab’s key responsibilities include providing legal support to Cadillac Jack’s business units, review of customer contracts and other commercial agreements, maintaining corporate governance protocols, managing Cadillac Jack’s intellectual property portfolio and assistance with the implementation of Cadillac Jack’s SOX initiative.
Our Beautiful Office In Mexico!
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Cadillac Jack is a great company to work for. The CJ benefits are really good, the HR department puts on some really fun events through the year, and two to three of them are spouse/family oriented.
Some of their internal software processes are in need of fixing. Specifically, they don't have detailed enough software development and documentation processes yet. They are working on getting there, but there are several gaps that can lead to unorganized projects and confusion down the road over software requirements, test cases, and what features need to be delivered and which ones will get delayed to the next release.
I read in the news that Cadillac Jack was just sold to a competitor. Because of this, it would seem that some things may improve or they may not. How much will the new owner let CJ operate as it was, or will they come in and make changes? Or worse yet, will they come in and gut much of the staff because of redundancy?
Because of the sale of the company, it would be hard to recommend CJ to a friend.
Advice to Management
Put more effort into properly planning out software projects at the start of the project. When the stakeholders get together to decide on requirements, features, and design, document those decisions in more detail. Write test cases at this point. This will lead to less confusion 2-3 months down the road when the developers are trying to implement the features and design. They will rely less on what they remember and depend more on what was written down and illustrated.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at Cadillac Jack.
First had a phone interview, then interviewed with HR dept, and then second interview with a few recruiters. It was very extensive, but a lot of information was given.
- Not so much questions, but scenarios were given and you had to explain how you would handle. Answer Question
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