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10 days ago

Account Director, Custom Content

Aol Beverly Hills, CA

Why Me? Are you a storytelling maven, a champion of native advertising, and an architect of creative thinking? Are you energized by breakthrough… Aol


16 days ago

Technical Writer

Aol Santa Monica, CA

The Team: As a technical writer you will be an integral part of a growing team that consists of experienced technical writers and trainers. This team… Aol


18 days ago

Head of Marketing Analytics and Data Sceince

Aol Santa Monica, CA

This person will steward the development of new R&D methodology, informed by voice of the customer and an understanding of the marketplace technology… Aol


16 days ago

Implementation Manager

Aol Santa Monica, CA

We are seeking an Implementation Project Manager/Tagging Expert. This role requires you to be extremely organized and technically savvy when it comes… Aol


16 days ago

Technical Project Manager

Aol Santa Monica, CA

Convertro is seeking an Enterprise Level Technical Project Manager (TPM) with ultimate responsibility for the technical well being of our Top… Aol


22 days ago

Sr. Site Reliability Engineer

Aol Santa Monica, CA

Gravity is a highly collaborative environment where our culture is to learn, teach and share. We maintain an energetic social atmosphere where lunch… Aol


30 days ago

Senior Hadoop/ETL Engineer

Aol Santa Monica, CA

As part of a small but highly capable team you will be building and maintaining… Aol


30 days ago

Product Manager, Attribution Analytics Platform

Aol Santa Monica, CA

Convertro is a rapidly growing well funded Santa Monica-based company, and now a member of the AOL family of companies. We have fun everyday and work… Aol


30 days ago

Senior Marketing Analyst

Aol Santa Monica, CA

Convertro is a rapidly growing Santa Monica-based company, and now a member of the AOL family of companies. We have fun everyday and work on big… Aol


21 days ago

Account Assistant Fellow

Aol Los Angeles, CA

Duration: 40 hrs/wk for 6 months with potential for conversion into full-time employment We are seeking several Account Assistant Fellows who will… Aol


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  • Think twice before accepting the AOL.com Editorial Fellowship -- Beverly Hills office

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    Former Employee - Editorial & Programming Fellow in Beverly Hills, CA
    Former Employee - Editorial & Programming Fellow in Beverly Hills, CA

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    Pros

    The Beverly Hills office is a nice hodgepodge of various AOL functions (including Huffington Post) and you'll work with some of the loveliest people from AOL On (video) to the sales team. If you're a social person, you'll find it easy to make friends & learn a little about what each department contributes to Team AOL.

    Cons

    AOL.com editorial team mismanaged with the managing editor playing favorites to the team's detriment. You'll work hard while chronic under performers (and slackers) are allowed to slide because they have a prior work history and a friendship with the managing editor.

    Homepage output and team morale affected in this working environment.

    Contributions of AOL.com fellow (glorified intern)--taking on extra projects, staying late & working hard won't be rewarded or even recognized. Upper management in constant flux so what you're promised at the start, you probably won't get. Lastly, almost all editorial decisions are dictated by sales goals which doesn't lend itself to a great user experience for the 50+ crowd (the base audience).

    Advice to Management

    Upper management on the opposite coast: Pay more attention to what's happening on the editorial teams in the LA/BH office. Hold managers accountable for the disruption of their team for the benefit of their friends so faulty management skills don't fall on the fellows who are contributing fully, but being paid a fraction of price allotted for good talent.


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