I should have enjoyed this job, on paper it was everything I dreamed. However, what ensued was an endless barrage of bureaucracy and mindless, unbending slavery to corporate policy. Every job metric is related to hours spent in your chair (because remote work is against corporate policy) and not about work produced, which is good, because you will never get an interesting assignment. Management is taught (I went through some of the introductory management courses, so I know) to say anything to make employees happy, but they are not taught to follow through on promises. It is ultimately very manipulative. Everything is about loyalty to the corporation.
Also, the company is full of bait-and-switch tactics. Recruiters will promise anything to get you to sign, and your manager will tell you that they weren't allowed to promise you any of that, so you aren't getting it. The interviews and job qualifications do not reflect the actual work you will be doing. Likely, you will be assigned tasks well outside of you expertise and the expertise you interviewed for.
Overall, stay away from this toxic environment.