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30+ days ago

National Account Manager

Sprint New York, NY +2 locations

Responsible for relationship management working with 5-10 large accounts, Fortune 1000, Strategic Accounts greater than $1.0m annual revenue and… TheLadders.com


7 days ago

Solutions Engineer

Sprint Milwaukee, WI

Provides primary engineering support and/or augments their peers, sales and end user customers in the most complex, demanding and highly visible… TheLadders.com


30+ days ago

General Business Account Manager - Wireline / Wireless

Sprint Seattle, WA

Responsible for growing, upselling, and maintaining mid to high volume market business accounts. Calls wireline/wireless customers with the intent of… TheLadders.com


30+ days ago

Sales Project / Program Manager II

Sprint Denver, CO

, identifying appropriate resources needed, and developing schedules to ensure timely completion of project. Communicates with lead Project Manager… TheLadders.com


4 days ago

Javascript Web Designer III - Pinsight Media+

Sprint Kansas City, MO

Pinisght Media is a marketing and mobile applications development company. We work with cutting edge technology to create exciting experiences for… CareerBuilder


26 days ago

Sprint Technical Support

Sprint Aliso Viejo, CA +12 locations

&nbspA Sprint Retail Sales opportunity connects you to a job that matters. Your work adds value by the joy of connecting people to the things that… CareerBuilder


4 days ago

Android Developer III - Pinsight Media+

Sprint Kansas City, MO

We have an immediate opening for a software developer who will help lead the way in developing next generation mobile applications on cutting edge… CareerBuilder


4 days ago

Applications Developer I, Pinsight Media

Sprint Kansas City, MO

• J2EE (6.0+ preferable): Creating EJBs & MDBs • JDBC • Servlet • Java App Server such as JBoss or… CareerBuilder


12 days ago

Sprint Technical Support Lead

Sprint Redmond, WA +2 locations

&nbspA Sprint Retail Sales opportunity connects you to a job that matters. Your work adds value by the joy of connecting people to the things that… CareerBuilder


6 days ago

Channel Manager I

Sprint Grand Rapids, MI

&nbspForges and grows relationships across all levels of the local consumer sales channels, including retail sales makers, assistant store managers… CareerBuilder


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    A good place to work

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    I have been working at Sprint full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    The best thing about Sprint is the work/life balance that working there provides. No one below the Director level works excessive hours. In fact, on campus the lights turn off automatically at 5:30 because everyone is gone!!! Additionally, due to budget constraints very few people are even allowed to travel, so 99%+ of employees don't even travel 1 time per year. No one can say the work/life balance is bad at Sprint!!!
    The work is generally interesting and very fast pace. Most of the people are great to work with and there is a lot of team work -especially at the corporate level.
    The benefits are very solid, although they get a little worse every year - higher copays, deductibles or premiums.

    Cons

    As a career employee, my biggest complaint is how they structure salary increases when you receive a promotion. Since you are internal, you are put at the bottom of the range for the new position. External hires with similar creditials can often get placed in the middle of the range. Since pay increaeses are generally small, it takes years to catch up to the midpoint. This really discourages people from sticking wtih the company.
    Additionally, with all the restructuring and downsizing over the years, upward advancement opportunities are very limited and seem to get fewer and fewer with each restructuring.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Create more development opportunities. Sprint has a leadership development program, but they only take 10-12 candidates each year, that's out of 30,000 employees. Other than that, you are on your own for development. Out of the 8 managers that I have had, only 1 has helped me with overall personal development that was not just job training. Many were unqualified to provide development training and others were just too busy.

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