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30+ days ago

Technical Sourcer

Quantcast San Francisco, CA

• Generate pipeline of high quality passive candidates for open technical positions • Pitch and vet candidates, preparing a warm… Quantcast

30+ days ago

Account Executive/Senior Account Executive, Field Sales

Quantcast Denver, CO +2 locations

• Source and close new business to regularly meet and exceed sales goals. • Build an intimate understanding of Quantcast products and their place… Quantcast

19 days ago

Head of Audience Modeling

Quantcast San Francisco, CA

As the head of Quantcast’s audience modeling team, you’ll help us tackle this. You’ll build models of audience segments that matter to online… Quantcast

30+ days ago

Regional Sales Manager

Quantcast New York, NY

• Source, close, and grow new and existing business to regularly meet and exceed sales goals. • Day to day management of a team of 2-4 field… Quantcast

30+ days ago

Software Engineer, Developer Tools

Quantcast San Francisco, CA

• Organized, detail oriented personality.Responsibilities • Listen to developer needs and build tools and services to… Quantcast

30+ days ago

Modeling Scientist

Quantcast San Francisco, CA

Quantcast is hiring a Modeling Scientist/Engineer for our San Francisco office. This role will focus on creatively tackling Quantcast’s most complex… Quantcast

20 days ago

Senior Client Strategist, Personal Retargeting

Quantcast New York, NY

• Act as day to day point of contact for a set of clients (direct marketers and agencies), primarily within the retail vertical • Project… Quantcast

30+ days ago

Front End Software Engineer

Quantcast San Francisco, CA

Here at Quantcast, we've got massive amounts of data, but having that data only goes so far. We are in need of increasingly sophisticated… Quantcast

30+ days ago

2015 Summer Intern - Product Marketing

Quantcast San Francisco, CA

• 12-week summer intern program (June ~ Aug 2015) • Successful interns will be considered for full-time employment • Fast-paced environment… Quantcast

20 days ago

Product Sales Specialist

Quantcast San Francisco, CA

• Develop a deep understanding of Quantcast products, including our attribution, mobile and video offerings. • Support the sales team by… Quantcast

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Quantcast CEO & Co-Founder Konrad Feldman
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    Lots of work, no recognition, and zero work-life balance

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    Former Employee - Sales in San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Sales in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at Quantcast full-time (more than a year)


    Free food (this is used to tie you to your desk for 10 hours).
    Great introduction into the programmatic space.
    Friday afternoon beer cart.


    You will be required to work from at least 8-6 every day. If you leave before 6pm, you get stares of death from everyone around.
    You can hear a needle drop most days in the office and "fun" really isn't permitted. They love to pretend like everyone has fun, but as soon as you do it's seen as "goofing off".
    The interview process was absurd - throughout they will compare themselves to Google and after a gauntlet of phone interviews, they will bring you in for a 4-6 hour day interview where you will meet with at least 4-6 different people. They will then five you a taxing "homework assignment" that they will expect you to complete by the next day (i.e. stay up all night after your current day job to complete). If they like you, they will then give you an exam of some kind and have you come back in to give a presentation.
    Very little room to be yourself and have a personality. If you have weekly commitments outside of work, get ready to miss them. Your manager will complain to their bosses that you are not a "team player" and you'll most likely be reprimanded and/or fired.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    This isn't rocket science and we aren't saving the world. It's advertising and selling squares on the internet. Please loosen up your grip a bit and embrace your employees. You expect the world from your employees but don't give them room to breathe or instill confidence. The office feels like a prison rather than a world of collaboration. If you want to be like Google (as many of the leaders say), then embrace quirkiness, don't be afraid to have fun, and don't expect humans to be robots.

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