Based on 17 responses, the job of Software Engineering Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.12 out of 5. On average, Software Engineering Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Software Engineering Manager?
Software Engineering Manager in Raleigh:
Pros: Good culture and pay
Cons: Hard to get promoted
Software Engineering Manager in Reston:
I can't speak for working at Oracle as a whole, but working at Oracle Data Cloud is great. The best part of working here is that engineering leadership is generally happy to have you take the initiative on whatever you want to improve, resulting in a great deal of freedom and flexibility in your role. The worst part of working here is that it is extremely difficult to sufficiently reward all of your employees in terms of compensation. It's easy to hire high, but it's very, very hard to sufficiently reward everyone on your team that you think deserves it, because you simply aren't given enough to work with. Still, the great culture, great perks, frequent travel opportunities, freedom and flexibility, and wonderful people make this a great place to work.
Software Engineering Manager in Fort Worth:
Pros: The people and the cause
Cons: Ability to advance
"Work hard and know people."
Software Engineering Manager in Kansas City:
Pros: Improving healthcare
Cons: Upper management does not invest in associates
"Challenging but rewarding."
Software Engineering Manager in San Jose:
Pros: The products and innovation
Cons: Lack of transparency on growth opportunities and pay
"Dynamic and fast paced IoT Company."
Software Engineering Manager in Pittsburgh:
Pros: The vast product portfolio allows engineers to work on new things every 1-2 years. Keeps things fresh and challenging.
Cons: Change need to happen at a faster pace.
Software Engineering Manager in Cupertino:
Pros: The people are excellent
Cons: The management is poor