Computerworld's '100 Best Places to Work in IT' list is determined through a comprehensive team member survey focusing on the company's core culture, including benefits, diversity, career development, training and retention. In addition, Computerworld conducts an employer questionnaire to determine the company's goals and opinions on its culture. Other technology innovators appearing in the top-10 of this year's list include
"We take great pride in hiring and empowering the best technology talent in the country. Our team members know we want them to experiment, challenge the status quo and bring us their very best every day," said Quicken Loans Chief Executive Officer
The 1,100 member technology team was a driving force in helping Quicken Loans close a record
"Our IT team members not only work 'in' the business, but also 'on' the business, finding the improvements and inches that have made us one of the largest mortgage lenders and the best place to work in technology in the nation," said Quicken Loans Chief Information Officer Linglong He. "If you're a talented IT professional who is looking to work with an expert team, gain experience in a wide-range of areas and truly impact the outcome, there's no better place to be than
Quicken Loans ensures its technology team members have the best training via the Quicken Loans IT training team. In conjunction with the company's already robust IT training program, which offers 200 hours of annual technical training, including 40 hours of external training, the IT training team helps technology team members further their careers while also focusing on teaching and instilling a broad base of hard and soft skills.
Quicken Loans and its family of companies currently have more than 80 open technology positions. To learn more or apply, please visit www.quickenloanscareers.com.
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