12 Software Engineers from Kyocera submitted salaries.
Current CEO: Tetsuo Kuba
In 1969, Japan-based Kyocera Corporation''s marketing office in San Diego, California, became Kyocera International, Inc. (KII). Originally, this two-person operation serviced the budding Silicon Valley’s semiconductor sector and other U.S. technology-related enterprises. Today, led by its President Rodney N. Lanthorne, KII has 107 employees. It serves as the headquarters and holding company for the wholly-owned North American subsidiaries of the Kyocera Group.
With more than 5,000 employees and multiple manufacturing and sale functions, these firms deliver a wide range of innovative and leading edge consumer, office, professional and industrial goods. Product lines include ceramic kitchen cutlery, printers, personal computers, wireless phones, and semiconductor components. Kyocera Solar, Inc. provides solar energy systems for residential and commercial buildings.
As an Equal Opportunity Employer, Kyocera International seeks diverse, talented, and self-motivated people eager for a satisfying and rewarding career. Kyocera careers offer individuals immense opportunity to work in an exciting and challenging environment, passionately follow their dreams, and continuously grow to reach their ambitions.
The Kyocera culture emphasizes delivery of an endless flow of new value to its customers. Simultaneously, the company promotes a team first environment conducive for both personal and career development. This unwavering commitment to employees improves their chances of realizing their maximum potential.
Employees working at Kyocera receive competitive compensation commensurate with their skills/abilities. They also receive a broad range of excellent benefits. Non-bargaining unit employees are eligible for the “defined benefit” pension plan, which is 100 percent financed by Kyocera. After five calendar years of employment, employees gain a vested interest in the plan. Employees can accumulate up to 40 years of service.
Many employees prepare for retirement by participating in the Kyocera 401(k) Retirement Savings & Stock Bonus Plan. Participants can contribute a maximum of 10 percent of their annual salary. Kyocera may match the tax-deferred contributions. Employees control how to invest the funds among ten investment options. They may also purchase Kyocera Corporation ADR stock through payroll deduction.
Kyocera benefits include ten paid holidays each year and six sick days. KII provides employees 10 to 21 paid vacation days commensurate with the length of service.
Employees have access to an extensive package of insurance benefits, including medical, dental and life insurance. Kyocera provides short-term and long-term disability insurance for income protection in case illness or disability.
The company strongly supports employees enhancing their capabilities by taking advantage of our tuition reimbursement program, which reimburses 100 percent, up to $5,200, for approved job-related classes/or degree curriculum.
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