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Wrap trader & administrator - Finance and Investment Industry Opportunity – new

Stifel Chicago, IL

WRAP Trader and Administration responsible for full management of the SMA and UMA platforms and sponsors. major duties: • Correspond with the… VelvetJobs.com


1 day ago

Intern - clayton branch - Finance and Investment Industry Opportunity – new

Stifel Clayton, MI

This individual will perform a variety of task related to office clerical funtions. Clerical duties will include daily work in MS Office, scheduling… VelvetJobs.com


1 day ago

Accountant 1 - corporate accounting - Finance and Investment Industry Opportunit – new

Stifel Saint Louis, MO

On a basic level and with some supervision, analyzes financial information and prepares financial reports to determine or maintain records of assets… VelvetJobs.com


1 day ago

Associate research analyst i in healthcare providors - Finance and Investment In – new

Stifel Saratoga Springs, NY

Primarily responsible for working behind the scenes in providing modeling, and organizational support to the senior Research Analyst as well as… VelvetJobs.com


1 day ago

Director, internal audit - Finance and Investment Industry Opportunity – new

Stifel Saint Louis, MO

Responsible for directing a team of professional internal auditors within one of Stifel Financial Corp.s core functional audit teams: Front Office… VelvetJobs.com


1 day ago

Associate research analyst i in restaurants - Finance and Investment Industry Op – new

Stifel Dallas, TX

Primarily responsible for working behind the scenes in providing modeling, and organizational support to the senior Research Analyst as well as… VelvetJobs.com


1 day ago

Consulting services development & implementation processor 2 - Finance and Inves – new

Stifel Saint Louis, MO

Under direct supervision, the position is responsible for ensuring the accuracy of the information on file for each manager, maintaining the coding… VelvetJobs.com


1 day ago

Intern - investment services - Finance and Investment Industry Opportunity – new

Stifel Saint Louis, MO

The intern will work for all areas in Advisory Operations, and will be assigned imaging, mailings and other projects. This is a long-term internship… VelvetJobs.com


1 day ago

Operations specialist- dividends - Finance and Investment Industry Opportunity – new

Stifel Saint Louis, MO

Under direct supervision, processes dividends to be paid out to record date holder on payable date and collects receivables from Paying Agents… VelvetJobs.com


1 day ago

Internal audit senior - Finance and Investment Industry Opportunity – new

Stifel Saint Louis, MO

in order to achieve the organization's stated goals and objectives. Help guide the work of more junior-level auditors. Manage audit assignments under… VelvetJobs.com


Stifel Financial Reviews

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Ronald J. Kruszewski
16 Ratings
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    Fun Coworkers, Lackluster Management, No SDLC, Moving Targets, Crappy Compensation Package

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    I worked at Stifel Financial full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Good work-life balance, as the place clears out around 4:30 or so. The occasional trip to a baseball game is nice.
    Great support for technology. Generally there was no issue with spending some money for solid tools.

    Cons

    Absolutely no software development lifecycle. Complicating that are moving targets and incredible scope creep, as well as the occasional rebooted project.

    The pay is below standard, and the benefits are pretty chintzy. The total benefit/salary package is well below industry average.

    People are promoted within despite not having the right experience to actually lead. Nice, well-meaning people, but not really qualified for actual leadership. A lot of leadership has been there FOREVER, and are deeply entrenched in the old way of doing things. It would be nearly impossible for someone to, say, convert them over to AGILE. Buy-in from department management would be nearly impossible... or if a proper SDLC actually was implemented, it would get stomped all over.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Train your management team to be managers. They are great people that are truly busting their butts to do good things, but are ill-equipped to actually MANAGE.

    Implement an industry-standard software development lifecycle. The amount of productivity that would happen if AGILE took over would be incredible. But your upper management would have to be fully invested in the process, or it would be an utter failure.

    Bring total compensation at least a little closer to average. Because it's really, really low.

    Doesn't Recommend
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