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6 days ago

IT Infrastructure Systems & Storage Co-op

Eaton Vance Corp. Boston, MA

involve various operational, engineering and documentation tasks with a wide ranging set of new and innovative technologies that support the Data… Glassdoor


2 days ago

SMID Equity Analyst- Financials – new

Eaton Vance Boston, MA

• Initiate and sustain high-level fundamental equity analysis of publicly traded securities within… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Chief Compliance Officer- Eaton Vance Distributors

Eaton Vance Boston, MA

• Oversee and maintain written compliance policies and procedures to ensure compliance by the firm with… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Senior Client Service Specialist

Eaton Vance Boston, MA

Oversee and monitor day-to-day operational and administrative support for Eaton Vance’s sales and client service personnel. Coordinates the… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Sales Incentive Compensation Systems Analyst – new

Eaton Vance Boston, MA

Work with the Sales Incentive Compensation Team to set up and administer incentive compensation plans for the investment product sales and… Glassdoor


9 hrs ago

Associate Director, Consultant Relations – new

Eaton Vance Needham Heights, MA

The primary role of the Associate Director, Consultant Relations is to place the firm in a position to significantly… Glassdoor


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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Boston, MA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Boston, MA

    I worked at Eaton Vance full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    The benefits were great and they made sure employees were taken care of; profit sharing, retirement plans, etc. They treated you with respect. It is a well known and well established company, which always attracted individuals who wanted to work for the company. Training was always made available for those who were interested in learning new skills, but also for those who wanted to further their education.

    Cons

    More than the fair share of office politics - depended on which department you worked in and what manager you worked for. Certain roles didn't allow for advancement within the company. And the salary isn't as competitive
    as it could be, unless you were a contractor.

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