National Financial Partners Jobs & Careers in Austin, TX

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24 days ago

Broker/Dealer Marketing Project Manager - Advisory and Investment Services

NFP Austin, TX

The AIS Marketing & Project Manager is an experienced industry resource who drives key sales and marketing initiatives in partnership with NFP… CareerBuilder


19 days ago

Web Designer

NFP Austin, TX

In short, NFP is one of the most successful B2B companies you may have never heard of. And we are looking to change that. Our growing… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

OSJ Supervision Specialist

NFP Austin, TX

To perform this job successfully, individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. • Review of Representatives Gifts and… CareerBuilder


9 days ago

eLearning Specialist

NFP Austin, TX

To perform this job successfully, individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. • Produce high quality course materials… CareerBuilder


17 days ago

DevOps Engineer

National Financial Partners Austin, TX

NFP is looking for a DevOps Engineer to join a small but growing team of individuals tasked with designing and improving our release processes and… Dice


National Financial Partners Reviews

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    Good, laid-back environment - monotonous work for interns

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    Former Employee - Broker Dealer Compliance Intern  in  Austin, TX
    Former Employee - Broker Dealer Compliance Intern in Austin, TX

    I worked at National Financial Partners as an intern for less than a year

    Pros

    The employees were nice and welcoming from the start, and they really did care about input from the interns. We were often included in meetings we weren't needed for just so we could learn more about the industry. We were also given the opportunity to meet with each member of upper management for short get-to-know-you meetings, which was really great and made us feel like a real part of the company.

    Cons

    Although we were interns, the projects we received were pretty monotonous and not particularly value-additive. One of my most monotonous projects was so large it lasted the entire span of my internship. When completing these types of projects, it wasn't always clear that it would even be useful to the department, which got a bit frustrating at times.

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