Senior Field Service Engineer (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – November 16, 2018
I would still be with the company if they hadn't force retired me. I enjoyed the job, people that I met on sites fixing their machines. Great place to work for unless you had been with the company for an extended period, then they thought they could replace you with younger, cheaper labor.
Program/Project Manager (Current Employee) – Round Rock, TX – November 15, 2018
Dell is a wonderful place to have a career. They offer great benefits, a flexible schedule and challenging work. The opportunities for advancement are clearly presented, and are absolutely not limited to non-minorities. The work/life balance is fantastic, and the people you work with are truly outstanding, intelligent and willing to help in any/every way they can. If you're looking for a super fast-paced, lots of travel, always on your toes career, this is probably not the place for you. However, if you want a stable job and are family-oriented, it is perfect.
Compensation / Benefits, Work life balance, Great people to work with and for
The location. They are wiling to let individuals work remotely, but if you want to move up, you need to be in Austin.
Deployment Technician (Former Employee) – Alexandria, VA – November 14, 2018
Dell is a good company to work for. I work on a migration project. After the project was over there were no other opportunities available at the time. Two years later they did call me back for another project.
Management Trainee in Security Operations Center (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA 30328 – November 14, 2018
I went into the interview for an analyst position, and they offered me a managemnt opportunity. I was constantly floored by the lecel of proefessionalism, and athe culture that driven for excellence. What a great place to work. I wish i couldve stayed longer.
Great mentoring opportunities, excellent leadership, and opportunities galore to advance.
Distance from home was a little long for me, but it was doable.
Principal Software Quality Engineer (Current Employee) – Santa Clara – November 13, 2018
too many layoffs . Politics in every team. Not a good management at all. Very little benefits. Every quarter there are layoffs and no promotions . 0+ years professional hands-on electro-mechanical or mechanical design experience with increasing design/project responsibility Experience in consumer electronic products or medical devices Proficiency with general ME CAD tools: SolidWorks, Pro/E, CoCreate or Creo Must have solid experience with plastic injection moldings (50+ parts designed) Good understanding of basic mechanics and machine design. Preferred candidates would also have sheet metal stamping and a machined parts background.
Business Intelligence Analyst (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 13, 2018
I enjoyed my time at Dell SecureWorks. I learned a lot while I was there. the work environment was very effective and quiet. My higher-ups implemented a great system for progress checking on high-end projects.
Great place to work for the most part, however they need to find a better on-boarding and training method for their software division. They feed us often but I must say compensation could be a lot better. Not a fan of capped commission.
Technical Support (Current Employee) – Lake Mary, FL – November 10, 2018
Working for Dell via an Alorica call center hasn't been all that bad. There is plenty of proper incentive per month to really do the best you can in your position and plenty of opportunity to progress with a career with them.
EMC Client Technical Sr. Support Associate (Current Employee) – Round Rock, TX – November 9, 2018
You are weighed heavily on metrics, and there is not a lot of back-up when a customer becomes unruly on the phone, you ultimately have to take the abuse. If you are able to make it the benefits are there for you to have and they are not bad. My coworkers are really what kept me going to the job day to day.