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Staples Overview

Industry

Retailing

Organization Type

Private

Employees

61,503

Headquarters

Framingham, MA

Website

staples.com

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staples.com



Founded in

1986

Revenue

$20.2B

Key People

Myra Hart (founders),
Alexander Douglas (ceo),
Leo Kahn (founders),
Thomas Stemberg (founders)

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About Staples

Staples Inc. is a Massachusetts-based retail company. It is primarily involved in the sale of office supplies and related products, via retail channels and business-to-business-oriented delivery operations. The company opened its first store in Brighton, Massachusetts on May 1, 1986.

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Staples Inc. is a Massachusetts-based retail company. It is primarily involved in the sale of office supplies and related products, via retail channels and business-to-business-oriented delivery operations. The company opened its first store in Brighton, Massachusetts on May 1, 1986.

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What Is

Staples's Mission Statement

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At Staples, we are committed to truly making a difference through the preservation of the earth's resources and the betterment of our communities.

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What is it like to work at Staples

2.0

November 8, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Learning basic business principles... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Goals were ever changing as well direction... Show More

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3.0

April 11, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

They try but the level of leadership at the corporate level just doesn't get it. Stop micromanaging and making changes last min... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Everyone is just a number. The will work you until your dead. No work life balance for leadership... Show More

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Nice discount on clearance items.. Show More

I would honestly expect higher pay in that area, I'm in that range in a much lower cost of living area

Staples, I think, scales by minimum wage. But stage minimum wage in CA is still only 11$ an hour

Also wondering if you make minimum wage like us.

No, I have a level 27 job so I make above minimum.
March 28, 2018 on Reddit

What has been your most memorable call?

It's not really one call, but a series of calls. Shortly after I joined the group I got a call from a guy we'll call Jake (not real name obviously). Jake had a Staples Brand cord, and was saying it "wasn't flexible enough for his liking". Jake was super nice and charming, and usually if a customer doesn't LIKE a product that's not technically covered under the warranty, but we'll do a coupon or something as a "one time courtesy". However, Jake seemed weirdly knowledgeable. He said a lot of our department's buzzwords, and seemed to know how our department worked. I looked him up using all the info he gave me, and found he tended to use 3-4 phone numbers, different names, and 3-4 e-mails.... but that Jake had been scamming us out of free cords for a LONG TIME. I ended up telling him he was banned from service and we could no longer help him in the Staples Brand group. He immediately escalated to a supervisor, and when she said the same thing he sent her an e-mail telling her he was reporting me to his local attorney general personally and a bunch of other threats. As well, before things went sour, during the "chit-chat" portion of the call I mentioned I was moving to the States and going back to being a chef (my original job). He included in the e-mail; "KaeAlexandria should consider working at McDonalds when she comes to the states, as it's the only place suited to her skillset, I'm sure." I printed his e-mail and hung it in my cubicle. It's my favorite e-mail.
March 28, 2018 on Reddit

Ive gotten a presidential complaint from a customer saying I was lying and cheating her out of sale, would her call go through to you at one point ?

Nope, that's Office of The President. We work with them, but aren't them.

Whats the most popular staples brand product company wide? Also where do you source ideas for products?

I don't have stats on the single most popular product, but I think what is the most likely answer is also extremely boring: Staples red box paper. Considering our contract customers are all on our brand paper usually. Our team doesn't develop new products (that team is creatively named "the product development team"), however from my knowledge on that the ideas from products are usually source from popular market products, and we just develop our own Staples Brand alternative.

Do you guys work at corporate office or out of a regional office like the matrix?

I work in a customer support call center in Nova Scotia, Canada. The other half of the SBG team is located in the Kentucky customer support call center.

Appreciate the "this is sales, not IT" comments, but I knew that before I posted this thread. I'm looking for advice more along the lines of what u/staplesdude wrote in [this](https://www.reddit.com/r/Staples/comments/5yyos9/market_basket/) thread. I'm confident in my ability to persuade and sell things, but since I've been out of the Staples loop since 2012, I don't know all the 'benefits' of market basket items, etc.

Your main priorities are Total Support for computers (setup, data transfer, virus shield, squaretrade) and Ink attach and Squaretrade with printers. More Accounts (Staples Store credit card), and Liquid Armor (*** useless screen "protector") are also pushed but to a lesser extent. If you can get Squaretrade on electronics, ink with printers, and nothing else you shouldn't really have any major issues or complaints from the managers. I can't emphasize enough how important those are. There used to be more of an emphasis on attaching peripherals like mice, flash drives, etc. but those aren't really a priority now, more just the cherry on top. Keep in mind having a zero market basket where the customer walks out with a computer or printer and nothing else is actually worse than not selling them anything at all. There is no one universal method for selling these things. Different strategies work for different people. You have to keep trying different pitches until you find what works best for you. Some general advice is talk about Total Support/Squaretrade early and often, and don't take the customers first no as your queue to stop. I'm not saying you should be a pushy douche but always offer again and really try to point out the value. My most successful lines are pointing out how even with the best Anti Virus on the planet things still get through and they get unlimited removals for two years instead of $160 each and every time. Also with Squaretrade you don't have to fight tooth and nail to actually make a claim and then end up waiting forever. If they can't fix it within 2 days of receiving it they will refund the total price paid when the item was brand new.
December 12, 2017 on Reddit

Are you a "people person?" Can you sell? Can you subsume your ethical standards to the Lords of LA? Can your technical ego tolerate using Matrix? Can you technical esthetic accept making it work the way Mrs. Smythe wants it (and not the way you'd want it)? Do you like working really, really hard for not-so-much pay and even more stress?

This is still coming off as advice on whether I should accept an offer. I already know that I'm going to accept the offer, and my request is for advice pertaining to performing the job well. If that's what you were aiming for, then my apologies.

Out of curiosity, where else are you applying? I would honestly try to find an internship or a smaller job with a more specialized company. On a resume, Staples, at the retail level, is going to look like a filler job regardless of your position. I don't see it giving you the experience you need, at least from an on-paper aspect. As others have said, it is definitely first and foremost a sales position. Job shadowing or an internship would honestly look better on a resume. If you need the money, maybe pick up a part time job as a tech associate, but make sure you're looking for actual experience in the meantime.

Well, I'm married, so that's a huge factor in the "need money" category. My wife's in a similar position--has a degree but not catching anything that utilizes it yet--so as much as I'd love to do job shadowing and internships, full-time pay has to be on the table. Re: sales. I'm well aware--I asked about how much my IT experience is worth in my interview, given the 5 year difference, and the GM told me that the store needs someone who can sell stuff, and to sell stuff they have to know what they're talking about. So it's a plus, but you're right that retail isn't where I belong. I'm around the DC area, so most of what I see is DOD and military. I have no clearances yet, and only A+ under my belt so far. Again, I don't need to hear about how I'm overqualified or I shouldn't be in retail. The reality is, I am in retail and I need to be at the present time. Just seeking advice in order to be successful is all.

I worked as a sales manager which basically is the supervisor to the position your looking at. You should expect the following from that position, and if you can stomach that then the position should be fine for you. Staples doesn't want in store employees working on computers, they allow it, but they are always looking for ways to move that work to the matrix employees. You will primarily be a sales person. You will have a lot of metrics to be responsible for, and you will be expected to spend as much time as possible talking to the customers about tech. 2 if there bigger metrics that have a lot more focus are market basket and liquid armor, I've been out for 6 months but I believe these are still top priority. Market basket isn't too hard but you have to be very persistent with any computer sales that you are attaching services. Familiarize yourself with total support and make sure you are ok with selling over priced services to mostly elderly customers. Liquid armor was the real head scratcher for me, it just doesn't work. I've seen enough evidence to know this product does nothing in most cases and it's expensive. Some FAQs started it may not last longer than three months. It's supposed to be a screen protector, but you can lose your job if you don't sell enough of these each week, and you will have to lie to customers to do so. Hope this helps.

Thanks, morality is a big thing for me and I won't outright lie to anyone. I'm aware that sometimes stretching the truth is a must, and for my ultimate goals I am perfectly okay with this. The end-goal for me is to get management experience on my CV and accrue a few more IT certifications over the next 6 months to a year.

Thank you for appreciating our hard work! While you are here, today we are offering a free phone screen cleaning! May I see what screen protector you are currently using? I'm sorry, let me briefly disable my headset, because someone is reminding someone else about our amazing SquareTrade offers that the employee already knows about.

Jesus, the amount of times that I've needed to remove my headset in order to focus on the customer at hand is countless. Recently, I've just heard: "PAPER PAPER PAPER" every 60 seconds. Just because we're competing against other stores doesn't mean any of us forgot that there was a paper sale going on. -_- I can rarely focus on the customer when I hear repeated metrics demands or clueless cashier inquiries. I just rip the earbud out of my ear in order to remain sane and focused on he customers I'm helping. It's like having schizophrenia and the comms are your auditory hallucinations.

Leadership must really want their golden parachutes if direct to business is dying too

We have a lot of problems. One problem is we have waaaaaay too many highly paid managers. We're on teams of 6-8 and the Area Sales Managers are being paid 100k for it. That's a pretty hefty salary for the lowest management position.

Damn, even the one aspect of Staples that is supposedly its goose egg sounds like a pile of *** then.

I work with mid-market, which is the largest sales group. The company just wants memberships now. We have to shove a $299 fee down customers' throats. If you don't, management is irked. When you get a customer that spends $50,000 a year but they didn't agree to the membership then it's treated like a loss. So you can sell like a madman, bring in tons of new revenue but get fired because you can't sell enough dumb Premium Memberships.
January 10, 2016 on Reddit

Sure is. I was asked to sign one when becoming a manager. Did I sign it? Nope. Still got the job though haha

I've never been told to sign one, but if I ever did, I expect to be paid well. Loyalty isn't cheap. coughcoughLolyeahrightstapleswouldneverpaywellcoughcough

First "Computer Support/ Education/ Repair for the Elderly Company" has to be the name of your company because it reminds me of the "Derek Zoolander Center For Kids Who Can't Read Good And Wanna Learn To Do Other Stuff Good Too". Second, you don't have to sign a non compete agreement with Staples for the company to fire you. If they can prove that you're taking business from them while under their employ then you fall under a classic conflict of interest situation. Customers who decide to use your service will still complain to Staples because they know you don't have a lot of money to sue for. That being said as long as you get good numbers ESP, services etc. no one will care about your side business. All the best techs I've worked with had their own business with clients and everyone in the store knew, but they brought tons of money to the store so no one cared.

Yeah I mean I'm the second best salesperson in Easy Tech just behind my supervisor and I was just named associate of the month so it's not like they're looking to get rid of me.

Yes, there's a non-compete form you sign. However, if you're smart and don't do it on company time there isn't really an issue. Unless you're worried about actual legality to protect your business.

More than anything I'm worried about a very nice, well-intentioned older person coming into staples to ask for a service and then when they're quoted the price saying "Well that nice little girl who works here will do that for me for 50 dollars less" And I mean yeah, I'm not stupid. It's not like I'd print my business cards at the Copy and Print Center and tell customers to call my business instead while I'm on the clock or anything.

I used to work at a Staples in the UK. I always used to flog the crappy printers because it was easier to get people to take all the extras (paper, USB cable, ink and Complete Care) with them. Do you ever feel bad about upselling those warranties?

Yes and no. I explain the pro's to them and let them decide if it's worth the extra money, I mainly get them by mentioning the one year they already own, but have to pay shipping back to the company and dealing with them. That normally gets me a sale. I also use your tactic, I aim for a midclass printer normally, but if it looks bad, I'll go low, lots of attachments.
December 6, 2011 on Reddit

I work at Staples too, in the CPC. One time a woman asked me if she could get a virus from her wireless mouse. Another person asked if we sold white and black ink. Are you easy tech?

No, just a lowely sales rep, I help out in Easy Tech from time to time. I've had Justin Bieber's family come in and ask about discounts. True story. You can imagine my response

Do they drug test, I'm thinking about getting a job at Staples?

Not to my knowledge, or at least they don't in Canada.

Staples Employees

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Gender

Male

51.2%

Female

39.2%

Unknown

9.6%
Ethnicity

White

61.6%

Hispanic or Latino

17.0%

Black or African American

10.6%

Asian

7.1%

Unknown

3.7%
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Foreign Languages Spoken

Spanish

65.8%

French

8.2%

German

2.8%

Italian

2.6%

Hindi

2.3%

Portuguese

2.2%

Arabic

2.2%

Japanese

2.0%

Chinese

2.0%

Urdu

1.8%

Russian

1.4%

Mandarin

1.2%

Cantonese

1.0%

Vietnamese

0.9%

Korean

0.9%

Polish

0.7%

Carrier

0.6%

Tagalog

0.6%

Bengali

0.4%

Greek

0.4%
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Staples Careers

Average Length of Employment
Quill 3.4 years
Office Depot 2.6 years
Costco Wholesale 2.6 years

Staples

2.4 years
J. C. Penney 2.3 years
Lowe's 2.3 years
TJX Companies 2.2 years
Best Buy 2.2 years
Starbucks 2.2 years
Nordstrom 2.2 years
Walmart 2.1 years
Bed Bath & Beyond 2.0 years
Target 1.9 years
Macy's 1.6 years
Kohl's 1.5 years
Ross Stores 1.4 years
Dollar Tree 1.4 years
Toys R Us 1.4 years
Dollar General 1.3 years
Amazon 0.9 years
Top Employers Before Staples
Walmart 14.2%
McDonald's 9.1%
Best Buy 7.6%
Target 6.6%
Office Max 4.8%
Macy's 4.4%
RadioShack 4.3%
Lowe's 3.7%
Toys R Us 3.5%
US Army 3.4%
FedEx 3.2%
CVS Health 2.7%
Verizon 2.7%
Kohl's 2.6%
Top Employers After Staples
Walmart 13.7%
Best Buy 7.1%
Lowe's 6.4%
Target 6.0%
Amazon 5.2%
CVS Health 5.0%
Macy's 4.8%
Verizon 3.9%
Office Max 3.9%
FedEx 3.7%
AT&T 3.7%
McDonald's 3.5%
Toys R Us 2.7%

Staples Employees Education

Schools

University of Phoenix

21.8%

Northeastern University

7.6%

Southern New Hampshire University

6.2%

Northern Virginia Community College

5.0%

Kaplan University

4.9%

Strayer University

4.7%

Pennsylvania State University

4.6%

Nassau Community College

4.2%

The Academy

4.0%

Bergen Community College

3.6%

University of Massachusetts Amherst

3.5%

Borough of Manhattan Community College of the City University of New York

3.5%

Temple University

3.4%

University of Central Florida

3.4%

New York City College of Technology of the City University of New York

3.3%

University of Connecticut

3.3%

University of Massachusetts - Lowell

3.3%

Framingham State University

3.3%

Montclair State University

3.2%

Ashford University

3.2%
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Majors

Business

26.0%

Computer Science

7.4%

Criminal Justice

6.5%

Psychology

6.0%

Information Technology

4.7%

Graphic Design

4.6%

Communication

4.4%

Accounting

4.3%

Marketing

3.9%

General Studies

3.6%

Liberal Arts

3.6%

Computer Information Systems

3.6%

Medical Assisting Services

3.2%

Management

3.1%

Nursing

3.1%

Health Care Administration

2.9%

Computer Networking

2.5%

English

2.3%

Biology

2.1%

Finance

2.0%
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Degrees

Bachelors

38.4%

Other

30.7%

Associate

17.2%

Masters

6.6%

Certificate

4.6%

Diploma

1.8%

License

0.4%

Doctorate

0.3%
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Staples Employee Political Affiliation

Democratic Party

55.3%

Republican Party

44.7%

Employee Political Donations

Name Job Title Party Donation
Ronald SargentChief Executive Officer $45,200Republican Party
Michael Miles JrExecutive $27,500Republican Party
John BurkeSenior Vice President $7,400Democratic Party
Bernard SchachterSenior Vice President $6,000Democratic Party
John MahoneyChief Finance Officer $5,500Republican Party
Brian LightBusiness Management Professor $5,000Republican Party
John LynchSenior Vice President $5,000Republican Party
Jay MutschlerVice President $3,800Republican Party
Heather HarringtonMarketing $3,236Democratic Party
Andrew LewisExecutive Director Of Operations $3,150Republican Party
Martha VargaAccount Leader $2,829Democratic Party
Cristina GonzalezAttorney $2,500Republican Party
Scott RankinSenior Vice President $2,500Republican Party
Otis PannellSenior Vice President $2,500Republican Party
Michael DesantoSenior Vice President $2,500Republican Party
Nicholas HotchkinTreasurer $2,500Republican Party
Donna RosenbergExecutive $2,500Republican Party
Demos ParnerosRetail Advertising Executive $2,500Republican Party
Christine PuturChief Information Officer $2,500Republican Party
Everett ChamberlainManager $2,025Republican Party
RON SargentChief Executive Officer $2,000Republican Party
Peter ScalaExecutive $2,000Republican Party
Cannon LeffrtyInformation Technology Programmer $1,900Republican Party
Adrianne RotfeldDirector Of Global Sales $1,800Democratic Party
Verneda ByronAssociate $1,725Democratic Party
Christine KomolaFinance $1,500Republican Party
David DangeloSenior Vice President $1,500Republican Party
Richard NeffRVP $1,500Republican Party
Steven MastrogiacomoRetail Advertising Executive $1,500Republican Party
Kenneth GrantGeneral Manager $1,425Democratic Party
Andy ChristiansenService Consultant $1,293Democratic Party
Aimee BiermanAttorney $1,158Democratic Party
Madeleine LordBusiness Analyst $1,100Democratic Party
Michael PatriarcaSupevisor $1,000Republican Party
Steven LiottaRetail Advertising Executive $1,000Republican Party
Thomas HeisrothSenior Vice President $1,000Republican Party
Barbara WellsSenior Vice President $1,000Democratic Party
Tom StembergChief Executive Officer $1,000Democratic Party
Woods EastlandChief Executive Officer $1,000Democratic Party
George StratosExecutive $1,000Democratic Party
Claude PopeDirector Of Sales $945Republican Party
Rich IllianoLawyer $932Democratic Party
Bobby MartinSoftware Engineer $900Democratic Party
Gene MoronesDistrict Sales Manager $900Democratic Party
Orvalle KirbyRetail Product Manager $750Republican Party
Brent StaplesPresident $750Republican Party
Erich RhynhartAttorney $750Democratic Party
Gerald JohnsonFurniture Sales Associate $684Democratic Party
Joel PinklerInventory Specialist $680Republican Party
Meredith RoqueInformation Technology Manager $678Democratic Party
Mila VeilleuxCopy Center Associate $669Democratic Party
Andrew MacMasterSales $631Democratic Party
Jacqueline SmallProject Analyst $600Democratic Party
Bhanu JayComputer Professional $533Democratic Party
Andy LewisRetail Operation Manager $525Republican Party
Sunny StewartGeneral Manager $500Democratic Party
Janet ScharfSales $500Democratic Party
Maura BrienSenior Site Manager $500Democratic Party
Paulo PereiraAccountant $500Republican Party
Mark WrightSales Manager $500Republican Party
Michael CarterManager $500Republican Party
Elaine BruziosFinance $500Republican Party
John BartonElecutive $500Republican Party
Steven BussbergSenior Vice President $500Republican Party
Lisa ScopaFinance $500Republican Party
Dennis RosenbaumAccountant $500Democratic Party
Kelley DunnCustoms Broker $500Democratic Party
Elizabeth RandallSales Contractor $500Democratic Party
Jack AfarianManager $500Republican Party
Thomas LeffertyProgrammer $500Republican Party
Brenda DuranCan Handler $497Democratic Party
Tracy TavisSenior Interactive Designer $491Democratic Party
Jermaine RobisonPress Operator $425Republican Party
George Mozek JrSenior Enterprise Architect $402Republican Party
William BridwellSenior Manager $400Democratic Party
Melanie HoffmeisterMarketing $400Republican Party
David CunatLAN Administrator $393Democratic Party
Matthew MooreSales Associate $366Democratic Party
Alfred MezzaMerchandiser $350Republican Party
Llara AriasOffice Administrator $338Democratic Party
Stephen SloanSoftware Engineer $329Democratic Party
Tama SerfossProject Manager $300Democratic Party
Mark StaplesAttorney $300Democratic Party
Shannon OliverBagger $300Republican Party
IDA HailuSystems Analyst $300Democratic Party
Dawn KlaffkaGeneral Manager $293Democratic Party
Gail DieckhausDirector $275Republican Party
Kathy LeiserSales $254Democratic Party
Andrea WrightDigital Marketing Manager $251Democratic Party
Michael WilliamsGeneral Counsel $250Democratic Party
Nathan PenneySoftware Engineer $250Democratic Party
Ronald LucianiStrategic Account Executive $250Republican Party
Steven FundRetail $250Republican Party
James KnowltonCoordinator $250Republican Party
Steven KirkbyAnalyst $250Democratic Party
Rick SavoyInformation Technology Consultant $250Republican Party
Peter HowardEcommerce $250Republican Party
Steven BackhausMarketing Director $250Democratic Party
Randolph HagelSenior Manager-Systems $250Republican Party
Meredith AllenVice President $250Democratic Party
Thomas LaffertyInformation Technology Professional $250Republican Party
James FitzgeraldRegional Sales Manager $250Republican Party
Rosey GutierrezDirector Of Technical Sales $230Democratic Party
Jacqueline DanielsAnalyst $225Democratic Party
Timithy CarterContractor $200Democratic Party
Holly SheppardSenior Manager $200Democratic Party
Chuck ColemanDirector $200Republican Party
Keith AndrewsBuyer $161Democratic Party
Doug SigafoosGeneral Manager $150Republican Party
John CarpenterRetail $148Democratic Party
Steven StaplesRealtor $140Democratic Party
Cheryl WallingfordWarehouse Worker $135Democratic Party
JON AbrahamsonFile Clerk $124Democratic Party
Patricia VivrettSenior Account Manager $124Democratic Party
Terrence McNultyInventory Specialist $100Democratic Party
Shell PalssonEngineer $100Democratic Party
Chao ChenAssociate $100Republican Party
Shira GoodmanBusiness $72Democratic Party
James GoocrichTeacher $61Democratic Party
Jeffrey BleaklyInformation Technology Technician $54Democratic Party
Sonam PatelCenter Supervisor $54Democratic Party
Bhanu DeshpandeManager $50Democratic Party
Thomas StaplesAttorney $50Democratic Party
Andrew ChristiansenSales $46Democratic Party
Joni RolineManager $45Democratic Party
Janis Lessey PhillipAccount Manager $30Democratic Party
Cole MedvecEasy Technician Associate $26Republican Party
Christopher BarajasSupervisor $25Democratic Party
Kerri StrouseAnalyst $25Democratic Party
Brad LytleRetired $25Republican Party
Alysa OchoaResolution Specialist $20Democratic Party
MarthaSales $5Democratic Party
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Staples Salaries

Vice President, TechnologyFramingham, MA $280,000
Vice President, MerchandisingFramingham, MA $225,000
Senior Mobile Product ManagerSeattle, WA $195,000
Senior Data ScientistSan Jose, CA $191,599
Senior Data ScientistSan Mateo, CA $186,000
Senior Engineering ManagerFramingham, MA $172,328
Engineering ManagerSan Jose, CA $167,000
Engineering DirectorFramingham, MA $165,000
Senior Information Technology ManagerFramingham, MA $165,000
Consultant-Application DevelopmentFramingham, MA $157,976
Senior ManagerFramingham, MA $156,095
Senior Data ScientistFramingham, MA $156,059
Senior ManagerFramingham, MA $156,059
Senior Data ScientistSan Mateo, CA $155,000
Senior Engineering ManagerFramingham, MA $151,749
Software Engineer/ArchitectSeattle, WA $151,500
Senior Product ManagerSeattle, WA $151,048
Consultant-Application DevelopmentSeattle, WA $149,086
Information Technology ManagerFramingham, MA $149,073
Senior Development ConsultantFramingham, MA $147,775
Senior Engineering ManagerFramingham, MA $147,659
Senior Engineering ManagerFramingham, MA $147,249
Software EngineerSan Jose, CA $147,222
Product ManagerSan Jose, CA $147,222
Database EngineerSan Jose, CA $146,089
Engineering ManagerSeattle, WA $145,000
Software Engineer/ArchitectFramingham, MA $145,000
Software Engineer/ArchitectFramingham, MA $145,000
Information Technology ManagerFramingham, MA $145,000
Senior EngineerFramingham, MA $145,000
Operations Research AnalystFramingham, MA $145,000
Information Technology ManagerFramingham, MA $144,999
Senior Manager-Digital MarketingFramingham, MA $144,000
Solutions ArchitectFramingham, MA $144,000
Senior Information Technology ManagerFramingham, MA $143,999
Database EngineerSan Mateo, CA $143,225
Senior Information Technology ManagerFramingham, MA $143,135
Senior Engineering ManagerBoston, MA $141,110
Data EngineerFramingham, MA $140,000
Consultant Systems EngineerFramingham, MA $140,000
Software ArchitectFramingham, MA $140,000
Database AdministratorFramingham, MA $140,000
Senior Information Technology ManagerFramingham, MA $139,387
Engineering ManagerFramingham, MA $138,904
Consultant-Application DevelopmentFramingham, MA $137,865
Securities ConsultantFramingham, MA $136,000
ConsultantFramingham, MA $135,999
Consultant-Application DevelopmentFramingham, MA $135,980
Information Technology ManagerFramingham, MA $135,000
Consultant-Application DevelopmentFramingham, MA $135,000
Ecommerce ManagerFramingham, MA $135,000
Consultant Systems EngineerFramingham, MA $135,000
Principal Software EngineerFramingham, MA $135,000
Consultant-Application DevelopmentFramingham, MA $135,000
Principal Software EngineerFramingham, MA $134,999
Database EngineerFramingham, MA $134,999
Principal Software EngineerFramingham, MA $134,999
Consultant-Application DevelopmentFramingham, MA $134,500
Principal Software EngineerFramingham, MA $134,500
Java ArchitectFramingham, MA $134,493
Software Engineer/ArchitectFramingham, MA $134,493
Information Technology Support ManagerFramingham, MA $133,000
Database EngineerLincolnshire, IL $132,797
Senior Manager, Product ManagementFramingham, MA $132,488
Principal Software EngineerFramingham, MA $132,249
Consultant-Application DevelopmentFramingham, MA $132,249
Engineering ManagerFramingham, MA $131,999
Consultant Systems EngineerBroomfield, CO $130,047
Senior Operations ManagerCharlotte, NC $130,000
Data EngineerFramingham, MA $130,000
Principal Software EngineerFramingham, MA $130,000
Senior Operations And Sales ManagerFramingham, MA $130,000
Senior Operations ManagerMontgomery, NY $130,000
Consultant Systems EngineerFramingham, MA $129,527
Operations ConsultantFramingham, MA $127,555
Principal Software EngineerFramingham, MA $127,000
Principal Software EngineerWestminster, CO $126,513
Principal Software EngineerFramingham, MA $126,305
Consultant-Application DevelopmentWestminster, CO $125,405
Consultant-Application DevelopmentWestminster, CO $125,405
Consultant-Application DevelopmentFramingham, MA $125,172
Consultant-Application DevelopmentWestminster, CO $125,126
Principal Software EngineerFramingham, MA $125,000
Principal Software EngineerFramingham, MA $125,000
Information Technology AnalystFramingham, MA $125,000
Principal Software EngineerFramingham, MA $125,000
Principal Software EngineerSeattle, WA $125,000
Principal TechnologistBroomfield, CO $125,000
Principal TechnologistBroomfield, CO $125,000
Principal TechnologistFramingham, MA $125,000
Principal Software EngineerFramingham, MA $125,000
Principal Software EngineerFramingham, MA $125,000
Consultant-Application DevelopmentWindermere, FL $125,000
Principal Software EngineerFramingham, MA $125,000
Principal EngineerSeattle, WA $125,000
Associate ManagerSan Jose, CA $124,675
Principal Software EngineerFramingham, MA $124,608
Consultant-Application DevelopmentFramingham, MA $124,500
Principal Software EngineerFramingham, MA $124,500
Principal Software EngineerFramingham, MA $124,500
Principal Software EngineerFramingham, MA $124,500
Principal Software EngineerFramingham, MA $124,500
Principal Software EngineerFramingham, MA $124,500
Principal Software EngineerFramingham, MA $124,500
Principal Software EngineerFramingham, MA