Razorfish Senior Developer Jobs in Seattle, WA

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27 days ago

Freelance Senior Media Planner

Razorfish Seattle, WA

• Act as the primary media expert for assigned clients and client service team, including planning and buying of media • Contribute… Razorfish

6 days ago

Freelance Senior Information Architect

Razorfish Seattle, WA

The Senior Information Architect is responsible for developing IA documentation (site maps, transaction flows, sketches, scenarios, wireframes… Razorfish

12 days ago

Senior Software Engineer

Razorfish Seattle, WA

RAZORFISH LLC IN Seattle, WA SEEKS Senior Software Engineer (JOB ID 2015-16418) TO PERFORM THE FOLLOWING DUTIES: Develop, customize and implement… Razorfish

20 days ago

Freelance Senior Project Manager

Razorfish Seattle, WA

Freelance Senior Project Managers are responsible for overseeing and directing multiple projects at a time (within a given brand or client or… Razorfish

30+ days ago

Search Supervisor

Razorfish Seattle, WA

• Oversees Senior Search Managers, Search Account Managers and Search Coordinators on developing components including keywords, copy, landing page… Razorfish

30+ days ago

Assistant Media Planner

Razorfish Seattle, WA

• Assist Media and Sr. Media Planners on media plan development and competitive analysis • Utilize media planning tool… Razorfish

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    Company started great, then bad decisions and management ruined it.

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    Work with nice, smart people and laid-back atmosphere for the most part. Work with blue chip clients on campaigns that have large market visibility.


    Was really excited when I started in 2010, but after 3.5 years noticed an unsettling downward trend. Company shed tons of employees and had the audacity to tell them to be excited for the company's future.

    Advice to Management

    Find something else to do. Priorities are all over the place and things as simple as a new seating arrangement need to be approved by the CFO. Really??

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