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30+ days ago

TradingScreen Analyst Program

TradingScreen, Inc New York, NY

This is a unique opportunity for an engineer to become part of a robust 12 month rotational training program that will provide an in-depth… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Network Engineer

TradingScreen, Inc New York, NY

We are looking for a Network Engineer to join our team in New York. This position will be responsible for the TradingScreen global financial MPLS… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

MySQL/MariaDB Database Administrator

TradingScreen, Inc New York, NY

TradingScreen provides a flexible range of execution management interfaces to suit the clients specific trading style/strategy including TS… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Quality Assurance Product Analyst

TradingScreen, Inc New York, NY

We are seeking exceptionally bright and motivated individuals to complement our Quality Assurance team in New York as QA Product Analysts. In this… Glassdoor


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TradingScreen, Inc Co-founder, Chairman, & Chief Executive Officer Philippe Buhannic
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    Former Employee - Infrastructure Engineer  in  New York, NY
    Former Employee - Infrastructure Engineer in New York, NY

    I worked at TradingScreen, Inc full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Exposure to a large array of technology, great challenges and room to grow.

    Cons

    Terrible hours, expectations that you're available 7 days a week, no room for error or learning from mistakes, pushy, demanding management. All of the challenges of working at a startup, in terms of fast pace, quick pivots, and varying types and intensities of workload from day to day... Yet it still maintains the top-down, micro-managed corporate structure of a large bank where mistakes are punished brutally. At the same time, engineers are made to feel siloed and as though they're in competition with one another. No camaraderie. Your coworkers see you as a means to further their careers, or a stepping stone/road block.

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    Tell engineers what they're in for. Don't pretend this is a fun place to work.

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