Transmission Team Leader (MTN Syria (Former Employee) – Damascus – December 20, 2013
Prepare test proposal for New MW project Discus with customer the BOQ for Microwave part Provide new solution about Hybrid and packet Microwave (swap project from TDM to Packet) Make training for subcontractor to follow Huawei standards Make training for new stuff about Hybrid and packet Microwave Supervise the subcontractor work Installation and operation for Management System iManager U2000 V1R3 Configure the Microwave links Huawei RTN910/950/980 (Vlan, QOS, TDM, E-lan, Eline, AM modulation, ATPC, Clock, NE performance Make Acceptance with Customer. Follow up customer requirement Troubleshooting the problems in the Existing network Review the TSSR for site audit and provide solution for site swap
Field Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – July 7, 2018
Since Huawei is a Chinese company, the management wanted US employees to understand Chinese culture and language. We could receive free Mandarin lessons at the start of our workday if we wanted them.The US offices were decorated in a Feng shui style and their break rooms had a wall of individualized tea bags with all sorts of flavors. But sorry, no coffee.
Opportunity to work in multicultural environment
No purchasing card for company expenses; the company did not trust their usage in the U.S.
Solution Director (Current Employee) – Субъект Санкт-Петербург – July 5, 2018
Huawei culture is very different from any west companies. It's based on long, long Chine history and mentality. For me the most difficult was the different understanding of time for chinese and other people. It is not linear for chinese. I prefer careful planning of projects and meetings. And I'm oriented on the result and not on process. But for many my collegues the final result is not so important. They are busy with the process itself.
Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Bellevue, WA – July 4, 2018
Experience in many areas of technology. Worked on full stack development and different areas of engineering. Participated in code revision and worked on large scale projcts involving people from around the world.
Project Director (Current Employee) – Saudi Arabia – July 4, 2018
Good place for biggeners and to grow but must change after a job level as no chance to be in Management if non Chinese So after reaching to top position in Project delivery (PMO Director) again you have to move to other countries and start with mid way.
Annual Bonus, shares, project Bonuses
Long working times, pure Chinese oriented organization
You should work hard and achieve good performance to get B+ or A annually, then you will be paid well. In Huawei you will learn many internal online technical courses and pass corresponding exams and output technical essays to get engineering level promotion. Overtime is a part of the company culture, as well as telephone conference and traveling.
My supervisor is very helpful. Working in Huawei is very stressful but you can learn a lot. Huawei is result-oriented. They do not care how much effort you put on the project. They focus on the contribution you made.
Working for Huawie as freelance translator a fixed part time job with a contract . learned different skills related to communication with different sorts of races , Asians and Africans . enjoyed the workplace .
Product Manager (Former Employee) – Lagos – June 1, 2018
Huawei rewards hard-work with very good compensation benefits to deserving employees. Long serving employees have a share in the company. The health benefit I enjoyed at Huawei is second to none. It is an excellent work place.
Huawei technology is the NO.1 telecome company in the world. You can work with many talented people worldwide. The work is always challenge and You can achieve your career development goal there. The view and goal of the company is to make communication of people much easier. The culture of the company makes you feel free and happy to work there, and you will grow very fast.
Mature Company regulations, customer-centric culture
Manager on Duty & Solution Consultant (Former Employee) – 深圳市 – May 14, 2018
1. A typical day: start working at 8:30 am, contact frontline customer manager, know the requirements of clients. Presented to clients about solutions of Enterprise Business. Record feedback and leads in EXCEL, write an email to customer manager about the leads. 12:00pm-1:30pm lunchtime and nap time. 1:30pm-6: 00 pm, do the same procedure to another group of clients. After that, check the product property or parameters which is not clear and learn solutions for different industry. 2. I learned the technology of Network products like the switch, Cloud Computing technology, Smart city solution, Telepresence technology. Besides, I learned the application of these technologies in industries including government, hospitals, transportations, aviation, electrical industry, oil and gas industry, finance, media, manufacture. 3. Get used to cooperate with colleagues, share knowledge with colleagues, allocate resource for clients, solve conflicts among colleagues. 4. The workplace culture is result-oriented. Culture in headquarter is balanced between work and life. 5. The hardest part of the job is how to make sure our clients are satisfied with our presentation which is an important KPI while we cannot guarantee. 6. The most enjoyable part of the job is to provide solutions to clients. When it is practical, clients are very eager to know the solution and eager to communicate. Therefore, the communication is pleasant.
Transmission Operation and Planning Engineer (Former Employee) – Sulymanyah – May 3, 2018
work with Huawei is so exciting for me becuase : 1- i wasnt setting in office , some days in the filed , in other days meet customers in them office 2- every day i had new challenge , so that every day i learned somthing new and learned how to deal with technical and managment issues.
Bright company with some challenges due to China influence
VP, IT and Technical Operations (Former Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – April 29, 2018
Almost a true start-up in Silicon valley but a regional HQ base for the largest Chinese IT company with HQ in Shenzhen, China. Lots of good intention for growth, innovation, with synergy but challenged with alignment with HQ culture culminating from mainland China...enough said...
Enterprise Huawei did not know what they wanted to do
Senior Director, Services Channel (Former Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – April 25, 2018
I was lucky to be working for a very good manager and was able to build a great relationship with HQ in China. Unfortunately, it is difficult to get used to the company culture which prompted me to leave the company in a very short time.