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NortonLifeLock Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Vincent Pilette
  • Founded
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    1bn to 5bn (EUR)
  • Industry
    Consumer Goods and Services
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Computer Science Intern DevOps/ Site reliablity engineering


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Principal Product Operations in Dublin
on 15 June 2020
Enjoyable, challenging, great benefits
Flexible and great work life balance. Salary was fair with additional annual bonus. Challenging work environment, management were open to suggested changes with a view to improve current processes.
Associate QA engineer in Blanchardstown, County Dublin
on 19 October 2020
Interesting work, good people
Due to the fast-paced, changing nature of the work, I found myself surrounded by smart, action-oriented problem solvers. Nothing is ever done "by the book" because we needed solutions quickly, so there's a lot of hacking and not much future-proofing, such is life. It was demanding and fun. They gave me opportunities to travel. They also gave me a lot of grey hair.
Team Lead Enterprise Renewal Sales - South Region in Dublin
on 25 February 2020
Productive and Fun
Loved my time in Symantec, lots of opportunities to progress, leadership team changing almost every fiscal year, fast paced environement, dynamic, great people.
Sales Representative in Blanchardstown, County Dublin
on 1 January 2020
Once a great place to work
We were the true global leader in enterprise security software, with great people and a great culture. However, everything went south when the company was sold off several months ago. Severe job cuts, severely reduced perks and no more culture (unless minimalist and flat can be called a company culture, too). The remaining jobs went from fab to ones that one would not wish upon one's worst enemy, resulting in the aforementioned great people leaving in droves.
Senior Deal Analyst in Dublin
on 7 December 2019
* Different nationalities and culture * Initiative and creativity * Different style of managers * Good learning tools * Possibility to change career
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