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Data Architect

Options Group Greenwich, CT

Our Client is a succesful and respected international hedge fund. They are looking for buy-side Data Architect with at least 10years of experience… TheLadders.com

16 days ago

UX Product Manager (Social Networks Background)

Options Group New York, NY

bull Research industry best practices and trends related to social networking websites and applications. bull Oversee the innovation, design and… Dice

5 days ago

QA Manager (Automation Engineer)

Options Group New York, NY

bull Strong process knowledge of Test Automation Development Life Cycle and SDLC bull Strong knowledge of Java Development and Unix shell scripting… Dice

11 days ago

Infrastructure Project Manager

Options Group New York, NY

documents DUTIES 9679 Collect and monitor project metrics 9679 Produce appropriate project-level reporting and tracking 9679 Apply project management… Dice

2 days ago

Project Manager (delivery management) – new

Options Group Raleigh, NC

At this moment we are not accepting candidates who are H1B viva holders. The Front to Back (F2B) Program was initiated with the objective to develop… Dice

5 days ago

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY

    I worked at Options Group full-time


    Nice office and freedom to do whatever you want.


    No leadership whatsoever. Compensation structure is subpar at best. Boiler room atmosphere. Lack of education among employees (mainly recruiters). I could go on and on. If you have a college education and a half of a brain, don't waste your time. If you want to make cold calls all day, you're better off being a financial advisor or stockbroker—at least you'll be provided some guidance and could pick up some skills or licenses along the way.

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    Spare potential employees the dog and pony show. You aren't market makers or portfolio managers. If you do manage to lure in that A-Type personality hoping for the success you poorly wear, at least reward him or her in an appropriate manner.

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