FICO Jobs & Careers in San Rafael, CA

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20 days ago

Lead Analytic Consultant - Optimization

FICO San Rafael, CA

The candidate should also have had exposure to model building tools such as FICO Model Builder, SAS, SPSS. The person should exhibit strong… FICO

20 days ago

Analytic Consultant - Optimization

FICO San Rafael, CA

•Create high performance optimization models to meet client requirements… FICO

7 hrs ago

Public Affairs – new

FICO San Rafael, CA

Work alongside teammates responsible for public, analyst and government relations to understand market dynamics and develop creative ways of… FICO

7 hrs ago

Healthcare Analytic Consultant – new

FICO San Rafael, CA

• Design and develop state-of-the-art, data-driven exploratory analysis as well as predictive and decision models to solve business problems across… FICO

6 hrs ago

Marketing Communications Director – new

FICO San Rafael, CA

The PR Director for Scores conceives, develops and executes strategies and programs that produce a measureable increase in sales of FICO scores to… FICO

22 days ago

Senior UI Engineer, Javascript - FICO Analytic Cloud

FICO San Rafael, CA

This is a unique opportunity to be a key player in an organization that is at the forefront of growing field of Big Data Analytics. You will be… FICO

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    Don't get sick or they will eliminate your position

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Rafael, CA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Rafael, CA

    I have been working at FICO full-time (more than an year)


    There are some really nice people who work here.


    When I got cancer - my position was eliminated. I was treated horribly by HR. The office is a rabbit warren of offices where no one interacts and it appears no one likes working there. It seems to be a large company where no one is excited about what they do. Their health care is horrible for such a big company and they make everyone do a time card everyday. Weird weird place.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Show genuine concern for your biggest asset - your employees. Get out and actually spend time with your teams. Also HR leaders need to take sensitivity training.

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