For a senior level engineer / lead (15 years+) who has decent full stack experience, but mostly backend experience, what salary range should I expect 1) a startup (with decent runway) to be able to pay? 2) A more established tech firm, like LinkedIn or Google? 3) traditional finance and tech, like JP Morgan Chase or Morgan Stanley?
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- Chase ashana385don't come to JP the tech here is super dated and honestly they seem to crap on technology
- I will not say that Ashana is incorrect about the dated systems at JPM Chase, but there is huge effort (employees and dollars) to revamp data infrastructure currently. Lot of room for someone with the right tech skills to come in and innovate their way to the FastTrack. Food for thought...Aug 18, 2017 0
- Are you on the asset management/cib side or ccb side? Because I was brought in to help build out the infrastructure and I think due to some crap reorg I got stuck with variance analysis on dumb Excel templates and controls here are insane to the point where I can't run python files on my desktop and have to stream all my applications.
- I'm on the ccb side and agree with you regarding the VDI/RDP setup; convenient for remote connection but poor performance. The newer VDI envt they are switching people to is better. I'm somewhat new and get the sense reorgs happened recently ;while some groups are transitioning tech slower than others I think it's a ccb-wide initiative.
- Based on what I've been hearing things called ut are as simple as excel formulas and are not allowed and should be handled by IT... This is insane I came here looking to work on SQL and python script to automate processes. Now they are telling me I can't even use an Excel formula?
- Wow yeah that doesn't sound fun. Im new here but it seems that groups differ widely on that sort of thing. On the bright side: 1 yr and you can switch internally to a group that may suit you better. SQL/SAS/etc are daily tools for most MIS groups such as mine, perhaps worth looking at?Aug 25, 2017 0