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26 days ago

Strategic Development Principal

Mozilla San Francisco, CA

The ideal candidate possesses a strong strategy and deal making background, combined with working knowledge of engineering and product development… Ivy Exec


26 days ago

Public Relations Manager

Mozilla San Francisco, CA +2 locations

* Oversee global PR campaigns that drive awareness * Develop and execute results-driven PR strategies and plans focused on Firefox* Work closely with… Ivy Exec


26 days ago

Solutions Architect

Mozilla San Francisco, CA

The first order of business for this role is to lead the design and implementation of ITs AWS presence. Were seeking seasoned AWS veterans who can… Ivy Exec


26 days ago

Senior Manager, User Engagement

Mozilla San Francisco, CA

* Create and own a strategic roadmap for user engagement team that supports defined KPI s and company goals. Set strategy and build tactical… Ivy Exec


26 days ago

Director, Content Partnerships

Mozilla San Francisco, CA

*Create prospecting strategies and materials*Create a roster of prospects and be responsible for the relationship with these partners for Content… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

WebOps Manager

Mozilla San Francisco, CA

Do you love leading teams and managing web-based systems? If so, we want to talk with you. Mozilla is looking for a Manager of Web Operations to lead… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

AWS Solutions Engineer

Mozilla San Francisco, CA

• Design scalable AWS solutions that are resilient, secure, and cost… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Sr. Manager, User Engagement

Mozilla San Francisco, CA

include: * Create and own a strategic roadmap for user engagement team that supports defined KPI’s and company goals. Set strategy and build tactical… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Operations Center Manager

Mozilla San Francisco, CA

• Lead and mentor a team of Ops engineers in SF and London. Diagnose problem patterns and communicate probable root cause. High degree of… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

AWS Solutions Architect

Mozilla San Francisco, CA

The first order of business for this role is to lead the design and implementation of Mozilla IT's AWS presence. We're seeking seasoned AWS veterans… Glassdoor


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    Former Employee - Software Engineer  in  San Francisco, CA (US)
    Former Employee - Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA (US)

    I worked at Mozilla full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    - Very nice and smart people
    - Work schedule flexibility
    - Competitive pay
    - People are happy
    - Informal and friendly environment
    - Interesting products and projects

    Cons

    It all starts to get wrong when it comes do leading you in the right direction / developing your career. You will hardly make any career progress. Leadership is broken. I felt like no one gave a damn about what I was doing. Working hard or doing nothing seems to result in the same "That's nice" feedback. Teams are distributed; there's lack of communication, and way too much teammates working from home / going off the radar suddenly. As a result, things generally move at an extremely slow pace. I burned out trying to bring my career to a next level, and eventually resigned after realizing this is not the place to be in the long-term.

    Also, this is probably one of the fewest big, well-known tech companies in the valley that *doesn't* offer lunch every day. They have catered lunches once per week only. Not cool, especially when every other big and medium-sized company is offering daily lunch (even startups.. come on!). It is ironic how Mozilla spends thousands of dollars on "work weeks", where they fly entire teams across the world and put them in nice, fancy hotels to work for a week in another Mozilla office, and yet it is not willing to pay for lunch during the week. I'd rather not have to worry about my lunch than going out for a week to another office.

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