Mission: At Seagate, we know that data is always in motion, alive, connected—and we harness it in order to maximize human potential. Our mission is to give people peace of mind by helping them to protect their digital lives.
We’re excited to announce that we’ve successfully used #HAMR technology to build and test the world’s first formatted and fully functioning 16TB enterprise hard drive platform in a standard 3.5-inch form factor. Learn more about this breakthrough: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQO0M
Have you heard? We're turning 40! That's right, 40 great years of teamwork and innovation in data storage solutions. We're excited to see what the next 40 have in store!
We are problem solvers who believe in data and its ability to shape a better world. While we may come from varied backgrounds and inhabit different worlds, one vision unites us—harnessing the datasphere in order to maximize human potential.
We Craft the Datasphere. We help maximise humanity’s potential by delivering world-class, precision-engineered data solutions developed through sustainable and profitable partnerships.
Respect, innovation and teamwork are at the core of how we operate.
We are kind and diverse team players.
Creating reliable solutions through breakthrough R&D and precision engineering.
Collaborating to create value for our customers greater than the sum of the individual contributors.
Seagate owes its successes to one reason: people. The employees we ask to join our team are creative, passionate, and hard-working. We hire people with superior skills, experience, and savvy. Our team members are enthusiastic about making the world a more welcoming place to humankind and its digital life. Their creativity, knack for innovation, and world-class skills in precision engineering are our gain.
Imagine beginning or advancing your career at a place where your talents, education, skills, and ideas are supported, and your degree is put to use. Seagate provides a lively, enriching place to work, whether you are just starting your career or continuing it. Looking for a paid internship in tech? Enrich your education with exciting hands-on projects. Each year, hundreds of students join us to gain real-world experience, learn about our industry, and get a glimpse of a tech career.
When you join Seagate, you become a vital part of our mission to help safeguard humanity’s prized data. You will learn and help us develop new technologies as part of this quest.
Whether you want to advance to a role with more responsibility or learn how to do your job more efficiently and creatively, we will be listening. Your professional growth is our priority.
At Seagate, we care about our neighbours. And by neighbours, we mean the world. Our ethic of global citizenship runs deep. We care about people everywhere and we work to make the world a welcoming space for them — and for their data.
Seagate's community engagement strategy addresses the varied interests of employees and the growing needs of our local communities. Known as Capacity to Care, our program aligns Seagate's giving with employees' localised interests and leverages the impact of our combined financial, product, and volunteer contributions.
I have been working at Seagate Technology full-time
I have an awesome manager who really cares about developing his team.
My team is high performing and collaborative.
The campus has great amenities, it is a very comfortable place to work.
Great work/life balance.
Hard Drives are an interesting product in a fascinating industry, and it's exciting right now because we have the best technology and the best products.
Seems like enjoyment at Seagate is contingent on which manager you have.
Advice to Management
Promote people into management who are passionate about development and communication, not just good engineers.
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Seagate Technology (Denver, CO) in February 2015.
It was a two part interview process. The first interview was held at my school immediately after our career fair. This interview consisted of basic interview questions and was to gauge personality. The next part was a phone interview with one of their technical managers asking a problem solving question.