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30+ days ago

Senior Financial Analyst

Match.com Los Angeles, CA

Improve forecast accuracy by refining the current forecast models to support the People Media business e.g., improved customer churn model, impact of… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Manager, Social Media

Match.com Los Angeles, CA

Drive the strategy and overall execution of integrated Social Media distribution and content programs which drives quality traffic to Match. Help… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Director, Search Marketing

Match.com Los Angeles, CA

Company is seeking a Director, Search Marketing to lead the development of our Search Engine Marketing strategy. This position requires hands-on… Ivy Exec


5 days ago

Account Manager (Ad Sales)

Match.com Los Angeles, CA

The ideal candidate is extremely detail-oriented with a solid understanding of the digital ad sales and execution process. S/he has proven success… Match.com


30+ days ago

Associate Manager, Online Marketing

Match.com Los Angeles, CA

• Creation, implementation, analysis, optimization and management of display and social media marketing campaigns • Manage and optimize Cost Per… Match.com


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    Remote Office has Queen B Upper Management with underpaid staff

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Los Angeles, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Los Angeles, CA

    I worked at Match.com full-time (less than a year)

    Pros

    Branding experience was valuable. The job itself wasn't involved much in "match making" although the company was "love-centric" and that was pleasant to be around.

    Cons

    They hired me for my expertise in affiliate management area , but I was faced with red tape at every attempt to improve the program and actually execute my area of knowledge. Was expected to be a data-monkey as their internal systems/reporting are not built for affiliate management. Marketing & Affiliate Management are two different things and I wish someone , including my radically conservative former boss (TX based) would have known that before hiring me , especially in a remote position. This is a corporation built best for those who willingly appreciate and embrace drinking the company OJ, and not for outside thinkers or innovators.

    I gave this company 5 stars for career opportunities, as it seems to always be a revolving door. Good luck!

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    Consider your "wrath" is more of a hindrance than a help. Leaders should lead by example and kindness.

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