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30+ days ago

Ericsson EMEA Alliance Manager

Ciena Corporation Stockholm +2 locations

Work with the Global E/// Alliance Leader to Develop and holistically manage complex, long-term, multi-dimensional relationship with E/// in EMEA…

30+ days ago

GTS - Technical Support Engineer

Ciena Belfast, Northern Ireland

Ciena Corporation is a global manufacturer of communications network equipment and solutions, with expertise in Packet-Optical Transport… Ciena

5 days ago

Channel Sales Account Manager

Ciena London, England

• The primary objective of this role is to exceed the MSP sales quota within named accounts by supporting the Managed Service Provider sales teams to… Ciena

22 days ago

EMEA Enterprise Industry Marketing

Ciena London, England

The mandate of Global Enterprise and Channel Marketing is to create a greater competitive advantage for Ciena globally, by transforming the marketing… Ciena

22 days ago

Global Technical Support Engineer

Ciena Belfast, Northern Ireland +2 locations

The Global Product Support Engineer will provide Ciena post-sales support for Ciena Equipment at customer location. This support includes diagnosing… Ciena

30+ days ago

Senior Manager, Regional Accounting

Ciena City of London, England

Supervising the day to day accounting of Ciena operations in EMEA and assisting management in providing timely and accurate financial information for… Ciena

30+ days ago


Ciena London, England

BT is an extremely important customer of Ciena. We have a team of engineers based in our Stapleton House Labs, Central London focussed on providing… Ciena

30+ days ago

Solution Providers and Services Channel Partner Operations

Ciena London, England

Responsible for leading individual Partner program plans into an overall business plan; develop, track and manage Partner priorities and assist with… Ciena

22 days ago

Senior Associate, Payroll

Ciena London, England

Timely and accurate completion of monthly payrolls for 17 countries (total of around 500 employees) working with outsourced providers in each… Ciena

30+ days ago

Consultant, Field Systems Engineering

Ciena London, England +2 locations

Own the technical and business packet architecture relationships with nominated accounts and/or partners by providing leadership on product… Ciena

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Linthicum, MD (US)
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Linthicum, MD (US)

    I worked at Ciena


    Only pro is that you had a job and the benefits were fine.


    There was a lot of office politics, gossiping and favoritism and a lot of unprofessionalism. A couple ghetto employees too. If you didn't act ghetto and stayed to yourself or tell your entire personal life then they always thought you were up to something or hiding things. Management sucked big time. Nobody knew what they were doing just pretended to be then get on others that didn't know what they were doing either. My department was not that big and there were two employees that would actually sleep at their desk all the time. Manager didn't know very much so the manager would go to the office napper for advice and answer since she was there the longest. If you want to feel like just a worker and nothing more than its the job for you. There were no raises and the work that other departments didnt want to do that department had to do it. So we got the crap no one else wanted to do. The company didn't know how to say no to the customer so we also go stuck with doing a crap load of manual tedious repetitive bs work. I was hired hourly then a year or two into the job I guess they didnt want to pay us for the overtime that was mandatory so then made us salary. I think that is pretty fradulent and maybe illegal I don't know but I do know that I'm so glad I don't have to work there and here about the same boring no substance mediocre bs conversations anymore. Worst job ever!!!

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    My only advice is to hire a manager that actually knows what they are doing and a manager that has a freaking backbone.

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