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I've been able to pursue the work that seemed most important to me during my tenure at Red Hat, even to the extent that I was part of starting a new build service and then, later, starting a new team to help with it.

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People at Red Hat Say

This information was sourced from reviews originally posted on Glassdoor.

Good benefits, great company, but most of all fantastic coworkers. Now a part of IBM, but still fiercely independent. The feeling that comes with working for free software.
Excellent open culture, great to work on open source software. Has looked after its employees through the pandemic.
Wonderful workplace with great work life balance! Fun projects and transparent working nature encouraged throughout the company.
Culture, pay and workplace amenities are great. They are committed to the growth of their associates, and the company has a benevolent presence in its community.

Engineering Levels

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Senior
Distributed Systems (Back-End)

130k - Base
13k - Stock
17k - Bonus
L5
Distributed Systems (Back-End)

130k - Base
5k - Stock
15k - Bonus
Senior Software Engineer
API Development (Back-End)

112k - Base
15k - Stock
17k - Bonus
L4
Site Reliability (SRE)

105k - Base
N. A. - Stock
10k - Bonus
l3
Distributed Systems (Back-End)

126k - Base
N. A. - Stock
19k - Bonus