Dot Hill Jobs & Careers


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30 days ago

Software Engineer

Dot Hill Systems Longmont, CO

• Create, design and modify software for client use using software development methodologies, C and C++ development, operating systems and source… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Failure Analysis Engineer – new

Dot Hill Systems Longmont, CO

• Problem reproduction, analysis of the issue and accurate failure reporting for scenarios where root-cause of the problem cannot be determined in… Glassdoor


21 days ago

Senior Director, Finance - Operations/Supply Chain

Dot Hill Systems Longmont, CO

• Maintain supply chain/manufacturing business model for business POR. Includes product costs, variances, manufacturing overhead (internal and… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Failure Analysis Manager – new

Dot Hill Systems Longmont, CO

The FA Manager at Dot Hill will lead and manage the companys Failure Analysis (FA) and Compliance programs to comply with the associated compliance… Glassdoor


9 days ago

Graduate UI Software Engineer

Dot Hill Systems Longmont, CO

The Management Controller Software Development team is responsible for the user interface design and development of Dot Hill data storage systems… Glassdoor


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Dot Hill President, CEO, and Director Dana W. Kammersgard
Dana W. Kammersgard
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    Horrendous management

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    Former Employee - Engineer in Longmont, CO (US)
    Former Employee - Engineer in Longmont, CO (US)

    I worked at Dot Hill full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    The people on the technical teams are generally great people and they are fantastic to work with. Some of the nicest people you will ever meet. Compensation isn't bad and the enviroment is very pleasant.

    Cons

    Management for this company is absolutely ridiculous. They keep trying to force engineers into management roles even though they have no desire to become managers. There is a serious disconnect between higher level management and the people actually doing all the work.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pull yourselves together and hire some people who actually know what they are doing/want to be doing it. Also, give a little more credit to the actual employees instead of just looking at the numbers.

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