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11 days ago

Solutions Consultant - Pilot Manager

JDS Uniphase Corporation Newbury, England

Support field based Solution Consultants with preparation, implementation and delivery of pilot projects. • Work with customers, alongside field… JDS Uniphase Corporation


30+ days ago

Senior Research Developer

JDS Uniphase Newbury, England

This is a hugely exciting time for the Arieso team, having recently been acquired by JDSU. We are now looking to build upon tremendously successful… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Innovations engineer

JDS Uniphase Newbury, England

Use whatever language is applicable for the technologies used, ranging from scripting languages such as Python through to Java, F# and… Glassdoor


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    JDSU can be your oyster...

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    I have been working at JDSU full-time

    Pros

    Great culture and environment to work in - challenging but open and forgiving
    Constantly changing
    Flexibility on working time/taking time off
    Competitive benefits and salaries
    Career progression (if you put in the effort) - it will not get handed to you on a plate
    Create your own opportunities vertically/horizontally and across different functions and regions
    If you're a dedicated and committed employee you will be valued
    If you want to be heard you need to speak up, but you will be listened to
    Come with a resolution, not an issue and you will be respected and appreciated

    Cons

    Challenging - can be hard to work in this environment if you're used to a more traditional hierarchy and way of working (e.g. things are clear and obvious)
    Historical cultures and processes stick around too long which creates negative energy and illogical/inefficient working
    Communication - not always great between different functions and from management down
    Global vs Local - can create conflicts and difficulties with working practices and expectations
    Can work you hard/long hours if you let your job take over

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Communicate more timely and effectively
    Admit when you've made the wrong decision
    Respect and understand local practices and working cultures, not just global

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