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Senior Network Engineer

comScore Reston, VA

* Install, support and maintain hardware and software infrastructure according to industry best practices, including routers, switches, vm ware, ids…

8 days ago

Product Manager

comScore Reston, VA

include working with sales, marketing, development teams and other members across the product management organization to define and drive the…

30+ days ago

Senior Data Analyst - Media

comScore Reston, VA

** * Facilitate delivery of various media measurement projects throughout all stages of a production cycle…

30+ days ago

Product Manager, Audience Products

comScore Reston, VA

* Lead product strategy and roadmap * Work closely with product teams, development teams, comScore commercial teams and clients to identify key…

9 days ago

HR Business Partner

comScore Reston, VA

** comScores Human Resources team provides solutions to support the growth, development and overall health of our organization. We strategically…

30+ days ago

Software Engineer Intern

comScore Reston, VA

** Everyone wants to work on a dynamic team in a great company. You want to work on a team that is doing more than the average group of developers…

30+ days ago

Manager, Multi-Platform Analytics

comScore Reston, VA

** **Manager, Multi-Platform Analytics** **Reston, Virginia USA** **Reports to: Senior Director for Multi-Platform Analytics** **Job…

30+ days ago

Quality Assurance Engineer II

comScore Reston, VA

• Identify functionality errors and potential risk with new development prior to Production launch • Identify potential bugs in existing applications…

30+ days ago

Statistical Analyst

comScore Reston, VA

** * In this role, the successful candidate will develop novel applications for large account clients, processing substantial data sets using…

30+ days ago

Data Analyst - Custom Solutions Implementation

comScore Reston, VA

** **Data Analyst - Custom Solutions Implementation** **Reston, Virginia USA** **Reports to: Director for CSI Data Analysis** The Data Analyst…

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    A company with (1) goal: get acquired

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    I worked at comScore full-time


    - respectable reputation from the outside looking in
    - Excellent thought-leadership research being published routinely
    - one of the original analytics companies in the digital space led by pioneers in market research
    - some talented people, albeit they don't stick around for very long :(
    - It's fun to count the # of swear words the CEO can spew out when people forget to mute their lines during large internal conference calls. His temper is legendary.


    - most unprofessional leadership / management i've reported to (+20 year career) = dishonest, fear-driven environment of the highest order.

    - little to no valuable hands-on training despite what they tell you = you have to work all the time to keep up. You will often times do the work of (2) people. You're in the deep-end from the day you start.

    - I've overheard SVPs concede that they'd NEVER sell for this company based on how they manage the business. Highly erratic revenue goals = very erratic (poop rolls down hill) management practices.

    -comScore is chronically laying people off in pursuit of trying to remain profitable. Understaffing is the norm there & you will work evenings & weekends regularly AND you will encounter checkpoints w/out anyone there to address client-facing time-sensitive requests everyday = bad for business relationships

    -Their legacy business (syndicated) is on the verge of decline based on the rapid evolution of media buying & the the rapid decline of their consumer panel which is among their only 'real' differentiators among competitors. This is exactly why the want to SELL the company.

    -They do not have a credible footprint/measurement approach in the mobile channel which is as important as their efforts to develop multi-platform solutions = soon will run into a brick wall if they're not acquired. Their business has an expiration date & it's closer than it appears.

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