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30+ days ago

Software QA Engineer

Model N Boston, MA

• As a member of the QA Team at Model N you will be responsible for writing and executing the test plans and scripts against our based… Model N

30+ days ago

Principal Consultant - Tech Lead, Prof Svcs (GPM)

Model N Boston, MA

Model N is looking for an experienced Principal Consultant - Technical Lead to join our professional services team. The right candidate must be a… Model N

20 days ago

Associate Consultant

Model N Boston, MA

Model N is the leader in Revenue Management — an emerging enterprise software category that enables companies to align and improve the processes of… Model N

30+ days ago

Salesforce Application Developer

Model N Boston, MA

• Participate in all phases of software development life cycle including functional analysis development of technical requirements, prototyping… Model N

14 days ago

Managing Director

Model N Boston, MA

• Manage the profitability of a regional Professional Services business… Model N

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    I have been working at Model N full-time (more than a year)


    Work life balance with opportunity to work from home when neccesary
    Fully stocked Kitchen and weekly catered lunch
    Company outings - dinners, cookouts, annual clambake
    Reimbursement for healthcare opt-out (great bonus if your spouse has coverage)
    Quiet office - good for heads down working


    Quiet office - there is no buzz of creativity in the air
    Meetings often scheduled on west coast time (during our lunch/dinner)
    Aggressive release cycles often lead to poor quality
    No visibility into company health - 6 months after celebrating an IPO, 25% of the company was sent to pack up their desks.
    Inflated company goals ensure bonuses don't have to be paid out.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

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