Rauxa – San Francisco, CA
• Compiles system design and architecture documentation and oversees development efforts • Maintains a strong understanding of industry and… Rauxa
Rauxa – Costa Mesa, CA
Rauxa is always looking for the next generation of Rauxstars. What’s a Rauxstar? A highly motivated, passionate and committed individual. One who… Rauxa
Rauxa – New York, NY +4 locations
include defining and managing client satisfaction goals, addressing high profile client issues, ensuring the appropriate staff/resource mix, training… Rauxa
Rauxa – New York, NY
• Ensure quality and timeliness of all assigned production projects based on established processes. • Chief contact within Rauxa team for all… Rauxa
Rauxa – Chicago, IL
The Managing Architect is responsible for guiding, delivering and leading creative and scalable systems and software solutions that address… Rauxa
Rauxa – New York, NY
• Proofreads concepts, rounds, proofs, and final artwork to ensure they are error-free and consistent with clients’ brand guidelines and copy styles… Rauxa
- Comp & Benefits
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- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Rauxa full-time (more than an year)Pros
On the surface level, it's a fun agency. Fun culture, beer cart Fridays, nice large work space, and lots of positive young employees to make the place feel energetic.
Lots of opportunities to get hands on all sorts of projects since you're not on a dedicated team protocol. There's also lots of good leadership and everyone is a team player on the creative team.
It's might easy to get a job here, because they are peculiar about the type of employee they are looking for, and at the end of the day, they do hire high caliber creatives that do great work together and independently.
There's change coming. It takes time, but there's definitely effort put into place—only time will tell.Cons
Lack of accountability. Lack of young account services with previous agency experience.
At the end of the day, it's up to you to make the best of your opportunity, which there are here if you look for it and are self-driven.
Read the rest of the reviews and you get the idea.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Too many promotions on the account side and not enough on the creative side.
Hire experienced people if you don't know how to handle those things so it's done right. Invest in growth.
Overall, too many decisions here are made based on emotions and not enough on stats and results. This is a challenging environment for many employees that come from outside agencies—it's not your average agency.Doesn't RecommendPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO