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Mission: Greener, Safer, Better
"To work at PeopleNet, you have to be the kind of person who enjoys a challenge. Every single day, you will be challenged; you will learn something new." -Mike Brochu, Director, Technical Operations Engineering | Ready for something new? Check out our openings here:
Working at PeopleNet is challenging and rewarding. We focus on lifetime relationships with our customers, getting to know them and their businesses in order to constantly improve the value we provide. Every member in our organization plays an integral role in helping to achieve that mission, so individual initiative is encouraged and rewarded.
We believe that one of the key factors that has contributed to our success is the quality of our people. We hire the best and the brightest—our team members share the company’s commitment to innovation and our dedication to customer service.
PeopleNet is a technology leader in the Transportation, Logistics, and Energy industry with a long history of innovation spanning software, hardware, and wireless communications. Our feature-rich enterprise solution uses the latest technology such as M2M communications hosted in the cloud. Our technology connects in-cab intelligent displays and on-board computers to customer back-end systems using RESTful APIs and data models like JSON.
Are you passionate about technology? Do AngularJS, Bootstrap and Elasticsearch make your heart skip a beat? Are your shoes already first class citizens in the Internet of Things? Then this opportunity is right up your alley. At PeopleNet we are passionate about our people, our customers, our culture, and especially our technology. Here you can be a part of a development team architecting complex back-end systems with user-driven front ends. This is an exceptional opportunity to make a real difference in a self-empowered and agile organization that encourages new ideas through collaboration and creativity. Come join us and help us build the technology that will define the future of fleet mobility solutions.
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As part of the PeopleNet team, you’ll receive a competitive salary with a comprehensive benefits package that includes health, dental, life insurance, short- and long-term disability, flexible spending plan, employer-matched 401k, paid time off and paid holidays. Other perks: we offer an Employee Stock Purchase Plan that allows you to buy Trimble stock at a 15% discount, as well as an Employee Educational Reimbursement plan. You can enjoy free parking, an on-site cafeteria and fitness center AND a flexible work schedule and casual dress code. Oh, and did we mention that you'll also have the opportunity to work and grow with people who, like you, strive to be the best.
I have been working at Trimble Transportation full-time (More than a year)
Peoplenet is a great company to work for, they possess an extremely positive and inclusive work culture, I am extremely proud to work here, I started as a Tsr and moved up by basically having a good mindset, showing up to work, trusting the process allowing myself to be coached and basically being a good human being.
I have nothing but praise and admiration for my coworkers and the whole organization.
Culture is key
At this moment no cons, keep in mind though Peoplenet is a growing company so it's not perfect.
Advice to Management
Let's win this!
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Trimble Transportation (Minnetonka, MN) in April 2016.
I applied online for a senior software engineer position. I was informed that they required more years of experience for that position, but they offered a different, lower software engineer position. After a cursory glance, the other position looked fair, not very exciting, but good enough to go in for an interview.
They kept in touch and eventually invited me come in for an interview. Immediately they informed me that the deal had changed yet again, they had re-defined the position I was applying for once more. At first, I was put off. The interview was kind of strange in that they were spending more time selling themselves to me rather than the other way around. They actually spent a lot of time explaining to me how their product and systems work. They also mentioned that they had read my blog and liked some articles I had posted.
But as they explained it to me, I was intrigued. This time they were presenting me with a hybrid Dev Ops / Internal Tools Development role with decent pay. It sounded like a good fit for me plus a chance to learn some new stuff.