Associate Producer/Board Operator (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – July 21, 2017
A competitive but fun environment. Coming from another radio station, it was nice to be in a place where they look out for you, ever as a part-timer, and the chance to move up and advance is possible for anyone who works hard enough.
Uplink NOC Technician (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – June 28, 2017
Excellent place to work and hone skills. Occasional lulls in workload, but when something breaks bring your A game. Helpful co-workers and bosses. Also very Vet friendly and works with those in the Reserves/National Guard.
Good pay, great benefits, decent PTO, diverse work
IT Consultant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 27, 2017
This was a great place to work if you dont expect growth. If you are not friends with the managers then there is more negative for you. A typical day would be to do the work assigned to you with out asking questions or making suggestions. While i was there i only brushed up my skills and didnt really learn anything new. Management only cares/looks after you if you have a prior relation with them. The hardest part for me was to be able to grow. The best thing was that i made good friends with a few people there.
Free coffee, soda
Prejudice, no chance to grow unless you personally know the manager
Decent place to work, very little room for advancement or growth
Producer and Host (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 19, 2017
The biggest issue with SiriusXM's programming department is in the culture and management. Once upon a time there were opportunities to grow within the company, advance along a management track, pursue hosting gigs, and garner raises/bonuses. But since the two satellite companies merged, those few perks have all but vanished. Raises and bonuses are rarely seen. Moreover, management is greatly out of touch with the actual content on the air, and the department has ballooned to a size such that the decision makers rarely listen to the actual shows they are managing.
lots of incentives and employer and employe interation
Customer Call Center Specialist (Former Employee) – Tampa Bay, FL – December 19, 2016
I was there until the contract ended. Calls would come in no more than 2 min after releasing the last call. We would try to satisfy the customers within 5min but knowing that the customer is more important than the time if needed to go longer it would.
Administrative Coordinator (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – July 9, 2015
Challenging atmosphere. Multiple networking opportunities. High speed environment. Varied personalities. Long days. Must be a multi-tasker as constant deadlines occur daily with multiple scheduling changes. Corporate culture
Intern Assistant Programmer (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 24, 2015
Made the most of being in sirius xm radio. The majority of the people there are great! full of energy excitement, not to mention the thrill of meeting new celebrities every day. But the only thing that messed it all up was the hate and un professional comments made by my supervisors.
Get to see celebrities
Bosses try to be little you and abuse power, racist people with in the hip hop culture
Tight Schedules and constantly changing requirements
Sr. Test Engineer (Former Employee) – Princeton, NJ – August 14, 2014
If you thrive in an environment where things are fast paced and ever changing due to the new features and customer requirements then this is the place for you. The hardest part of the job was keeping up with the changes, reading documentation, and always needing to update things based on the evolution of the software. Most enjoyable thing is keeping up with the changes and making the tests as robust as possible. Very demanding management personalities. All in all a good working environment.
Associate Producer (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – March 19, 2014
SiriusXM is a lot like every other radio station. There's lots of room for growth and creativity. There is a great rapport amongst the employees there and the people there are great to work with. I love the flexibility of the job and the encouragement to think outside the box and get outside my comfort zone.