ZTE Corporation Employee Reviews in United States

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Projects Director (Former Employee) –  CairoAugust 8, 2015
• Supervise project implementation starting from the project survey phase to FAC
• Interface with customer and keep optimal relationship and image
• Insure department resources (qualified personnel , tools, test equipment, etc)
• Provide project progress reports to the management
• Track closely project implementation time schedules
• Supervise subcontractors and evaluate them
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A workplace that you can learn a lot
Engineering training Intern (Former Employee) –  C26October 3, 2014
• Modern communication technology training
• Configured mobile platform
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Chief Engineer of UMTS product line (Current Employee) –  ShenZhen, ChinaAugust 13, 2014
check email to see whether any important problem to be tackle at once; if not, then do the scheduled work, for example, discuss with R&D team with process/problems about feature development, or analyse the latest design or information about opponent companys...
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Absolutely reliable
Site Manager (Civil) (Former Employee) –  Lago, NigeriaAugust 11, 2014
Dedicated, Committed and hardworking. Putting more time on duties than leisure.
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Behind the scenes - call center for the Nigerian Police.
Transmission Manager (Current Employee) –  Nigeria Engineering Office - West AfricaMay 30, 2014
The fun part of it was the complexity that goes on behind the scenes. Beautiful technology I tell you.
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Nice salary
Technical Manager (Former Employee) –  North AfricaAugust 13, 2013
Sale CN equipments.good paying, too much travel. Good for young graduates.
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Challenging Work Place
Operations Intern (Former Employee) –  C02July 28, 2013
like being challenged, like fast-pace working environment.
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Think Long and Hard before working for ZTE
Senior Technical Writer (Former Employee) –  Richardson TXFebruary 20, 2013
Think long and hard before accepting a technical writer position with ZTE. They may be a large telecom supplier worldwide but they are clueless when it comes to the US market. They insist on attempting to develop their documentation in China even though their writers are are not capable of understanding the standards and requirements that the US market insists upon. They will resist any guidance any experienced writer provides them and in the end they will simply let you go after they have gotten whatever information they feel they want. They have a minimal chance of ever becoming a major player in the US market so your future there will be temporary at best. They also have some very bad business practices, such as publically posting when an employee makes an error and managers that will take all the credit for their employees work even if the manager had no part in performing the job. The pay is also sub-market and raises are sub-standard. I would highly advise seeking employment elsewhere.
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Not ready for international market
Strategic Alliance Manager (Former Employee) –  Headquarters ShenzhenDecember 28, 2012
if you are candidate hoping to work in the company which claims to have the 4th rank in being worlds largest device manufacturer then role your sleeves and get ready to learn some Chinese in the first place because this would be the first thing you require to "clear" the interview successfully or you might end up at the job where you barely know what is going on and how this company works like this.
Or the worse case, you would spend long time standing near the water cooler thinking "why did they even hire me?" as after this your chances of internal growth are oblique , so are the chances of getting hired by another firm after this experience sadly.
Pros
free chinese learning environment.
Cons
poor compensation, low career growth, low morale, and eventually low self esteem
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