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3 days ago

Database Scientist, Social Insight Group

IBM Washington, DC

• Familiarity with software used for text mining, experience with intermediate statistical analysis (SPSS preferred). • PowerPoint presentation… IBM

16 days ago

Associate Partner Retail: Multi Channel, eCommerce, Order Management

IBM Washington, DC

·Sales & Proposal Management: Establishes project vision and objectives with the client. Leads the proposal team through the… IBM

2 days ago

Senior Software Product Manager – new

IBM Washington, DC

, a Product Manager leads a cross-functional team. Typically, however, none of the team members report directly to the Product Manager. A Product… IBM

24 days ago

General Parallel File System (GPFS) Presales Technical Specialist Second Level -

IBM Washington, DC

The North American Technical Computing team is looking for a pre-sales technical leader to help drive client adoption of a cornerstone product: IBM… IBM

16 days ago

SAP Public Sector Job Openings

IBM Washington, DC

Then come to work with us at IBM. IBM is the industry leader in delivering SAP Public Sector industry… IBM

22 days ago

Watson Technical Sales Architect

IBM Washington, DC

• Providing technical sales assistance as it relates to Watson offerings to the client selling team and the Watson sales team. • Understanding… IBM

15 days ago

Senior .NET Developer

IBM Washington, DC

Selected candidates may not need to travel for all projects outside of their metro area. However, all candidates must be able and willing to travel… IBM

24 days ago

Emergency Response Services Entry-Level Consultant

IBM Washington, DC

• Leveraging the proven roadmaps and frameworks we have developed across our 17 industries. • Applying IBM's… IBM

6 days ago

Support Specialist

IBM Washington, DC

o Assist our customers in the deployment of Q1 Labs' solutions by providing planning, implementation, configuration… IBM

6 days ago

FSS Base Growth Business Development Executive

IBM Washington, DC

1. Demonstrated knowledge of how to elicit and document client requirements to create client visions and the supporting implementation/integration… IBM

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    A lot of indoctrination and dishonesty

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    Former Employee - Cyber Security  in  Washington, DC (US)
    Former Employee - Cyber Security in Washington, DC (US)

    I worked at IBM full-time for more than 5 years


    If you are coming, as a seasoned professional, do bargain and max out your offer and the sign-up bonus, You can get a very, very competitive offer when you just come aboard.

    If you play by the rules, don't drop any balls, and follow the crowd, you will have job security and peace of mind.


    There is no any real raises after you are hired. There will be some symbolic raises and bonuses, but they are not worth mentioning.
    Be ready to work 44 hours a week or more, and get peanuts in return for extra hours.

    I have seen companies that really strive to develop their employees and facilitate educational endeavors. At IBM, you have to do it in your own personal time and at your own expense. No conference attendance.... No free access to even IBM-owned tools that you would love to master... After 10 years with IBM, you still won't know what Rational tools do, even if you really would love to know. Yeah, you can take an online course about Rational stuff, but you won't have access to any simulation environment or the actual tools!

    You will come in a professional expert in the latest technology and tools, and in 2-3 years you will have no knowledge of current stuff and won't even know about the latest tools...

    Also, they spend about 40% more time of various compliance mandatory educational courses that majority of employees don't really understand and are not interested in knowing.... In private, they despise of of "those non-sense courses".

    There will be constant drumbeat about integrity and honesty... They will offer a fairly low billable rate to the client, and then will saddle that client with a 44-hour base week, 20+ part-time support employees (that will cause headaches to PM and overruns to the project), and an over-bloated team of 20 guys for the job that can be done by 10. But.... who got ever fired for hiring IBM? ))

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