Conversant Jobs in New York, NY

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23 hrs ago

Analyst, Account Analytic – new

Conversant New York, NY

• Integrity – We are open, honest, trustworthy and respectful with clients, our co-workers and our community. • Leadership – We… Conversant


17 days ago

Sales Director

Conversant New York, NY

Thanks for your interest in Conversant, an Epsilon company! Here’s the deal. You’re not just applying to some basic technology company. Rather you’re… Conversant


18 days ago

Account Analytics Dir.

Conversant New York, NY

• Work within a team of analytics professionals which provide actionable insight to Conversant marketers in the optimization and analytics of… Conversant


9 days ago

Talent Acquisition Assoc

Conversant New York, NY

Work closely with recruitment team and internal managers to plan and coordinate phone screens and on site interviews for candidates. Promote our job… Conversant


18 days ago

Sales Coordinator

Conversant New York, NY

· Provide administrative support for the EVP & SVP sales · Conduct research on top accounts to prepare sales team for delivery of new business… Conversant


14 days ago

Campaign Operations Manager, CRM

Conversant New York, NY

• Set up and schedule advertising campaigns using internal campaign creation systems as well as outside vendor ad serving systems • Assist account… Conversant


30 days ago

Client Support Specialist, Technology & Agency

Conversant New York, NY

• Address written or phone support requests from internal and external clients, providing clients with world-class support, adding consistent value… Conversant


30 days ago

Client Strategist, Programmatic

Conversant New York, NY

- work with sales to properly qualify and vet programmatic clients as needed - directly on-board clients to the private exchange ensuring we are set… Conversant


30 days ago

Account Manager, Advertiser

Conversant New York, NY

for entry level Account Managers to join its Client Development Team. The Opportunity: Affiliate marketing is the digital marketing channel… Conversant


30+ days ago

Associate Advertiser Account Manager

Conversant New York, NY

for entry level Account Managers to join its Client Development Team. The Opportunity: Affiliate marketing is the digital marketing channel… Conversant


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44 Ratings
  • Helpful (5)

    Poorly run, highly political mess

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Conversant (More than a year)

    Pros

    There are a few great employees left, but I doubt they'll last long with this management in place. "Unlimited" vacation policy could be good, if you have a manager that lets you use it.

    Cons

    -Extreme lack of trust between management and employees. Even great employees working 70+ hour weeks are scolded if they're not at their desks promptly at 9am. Showing face matters more than doing work. -Upper management is extremely cheap and operates based on archaic rules rather than doing what's best for the employees/business. You can't get promoted at all unless you've been with the company for at least 1 year. Once you've been with the company for at least one year, you can only be promoted in April or October. Raises are only in April or October if your base salary is less than $70k. If it's greater than $70k, you are only eligible for raises in April etc. etc. etc. -Several instances of employees being screwed out of bonuses or commission based on b.s. legal loopholes. Make sure you read any contracts thoroughly before signing. -Hiring process is excruciating, if you can somehow manage to get an open req approved. No matter how desperately you need help, the useless internal recruiters will send you worthless resumes that show a complete misunderstanding of the role. If you manage to find someone you actually want to hire, there's a 17 step process you need to follow before an offer can go out, at which point your great candidate has probably already taken a different job. -Technology is outdated, lacks basic necessities and is completely unintuitive. Prioritization on the product/engineering side is a mess and doesn't put the users or the clients first. -The only thing that matters is the bottom line. Everything is designed to squeeze the highest possible margin out of each client, rather than doing what's best for the client in order to grow the business and bring in significant revenue in the future. The internal ad server has a 55% margin automatically built in. -Management is all politics/nepotism. Communication is poor and when it does happen it's mostly fake corporate b.s.

    Advice to Management

    Figure out where your talent is and focus on supporting those employees. Listen to them. Give them flexibility, trust and opportunity for real growth.


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