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28 days ago

Software Development Engineer - Financial Systems

Rubicon Project Playa Vista, CA

• Maintain and enhance the core Financial applications and services • Work independently with product management and stakeholders to add new… Rubicon Project

26 days ago

Hands-on QA Manager / Lead Software Development Engineer in Test (SDET)

Rubicon Project Los Angeles, CA

At the Rubicon Project a QA Manager can expect to design flexible and scalable solutions, and work on some of the most complex challenges in… Rubicon Project

13 days ago

Release Engineer

Rubicon Project Playa Vista, CA

The Release Engineer is responsible for software builds and releases. Responsible for the design and development of builds, scripts, installation… Rubicon Project

19 days ago

Technical Product Manager

Rubicon Project Playa Vista, CA

• Work with product managers and development leads to assess technical feasibility and make key functional decisions • Surface technical and scope… Rubicon Project

21 days ago

Director, Workspace Management

Rubicon Project Playa Vista, CA

The Director, Workspace is responsible for multiple aspects of the Global Corporate Services Management Function to include direct management and… Rubicon Project

28 days ago

Data Scientist

Rubicon Project Playa Vista, CA

• Initiating and execute research projects to develop new and innovative algorithms and technologies • Apply these ideas to a large scale… Rubicon Project

6 hrs ago

User Interface Visual Designer – new

Rubicon Project Playa Vista, CA

We’re looking for an exceptional User Interface Visual Designer - who would be responsible for helping us design, evolve and create innovative… Rubicon Project

15 days ago

Technical Recruiter

Rubicon Project Playa Vista, CA

• Manage the full life cycle of recruiting for variety of technical positions in the ad tech marketplace • Drive the development and execution of… Rubicon Project

5 days ago

Law Clerk

Rubicon Project Playa Vista, CA

• Provide general administrative and functional support to the Legal Team • Organize, categorize, and summarize various legal documents and… Rubicon Project

19 days ago

Production Systems Engineer

Rubicon Project Los Angeles, CA

Production Systems Engineer supports our global high performance infrastructure in a DevOps environment. Our requirement for low latency networking… Rubicon Project

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Rubicon Project CEO & Founder Frank Addante
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    Too many SVPs, too green of management and they think they can still run it like the wild west

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    Current Employee - Software Engineer  in  Los Angeles, CA
    Current Employee - Software Engineer in Los Angeles, CA

    I have been working at Rubicon Project full-time for more than a year


    The Perks...that's about it. location is good too.


    Salary, Bonus, Stock? It's a joke. Go elsewhere. If you have any specialized skill, more specifically in engineering... and worried about compensation - go elsewhere. Plenty of companies will actually pay you what you're worth. If you're a Front End developer, they really don't know what to pay you. Any experience with UI/UX? yeah right...

    Let's talk about the equity piece. Well, you're given a small negligible piece of equity... unless you're an SVP, then you get a ton of shares...and they hired a ton of SVPs who did what exactly? Also, then one month before the company goes IPO (this is public knowledge you can google), the company exercises a reverse stock split. NOT like what google did where they split their shares then at least doubled everyone equity... Rubicon Project investors/board decided to cut everyone's options in half, then double the amount they had to pay for their options... so a 4x negative for the common folk. who benefits? the investors... who gets screwed? the employees... yeah, they really invest into their employees alright.

    Let's see. it also takes more than 2 years to get a raise, and it's a small bump. I found a job elsewhere and immediately got a 30% raise.

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    Take a real good look at your staff and foundation

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