I have been working at Crabel Capital Management full-time (More than 10 years)
Crabel offers great compensation and opportunity to learn new concepts and technologies. It's a great place for self motivated individuals to advance and thrive in this environment. What I like really about Crabel is that leadership of the company is not playing too safe. Management makes bold calculated decisions to improve the company, even though it may appear to a regular person with lack of vision that these decisions are not right.
You need to be self driven to seek out and capture the opportunities in Crabel Capital. Nobody is going to hold your hand on every step. If you are the kind of individual that requires micro-management, constant supervision, and being told what to do every step of the way, Crabel may not be the right fit for you.
Advice to Management
I worked in Crabel for over 16 years. There had been some period of instability and changes in senior management. However, these changes worked out for the better of the company. In fact, in the past 7 years since Crabel established its core business in LA, every change I observed has been an improvement toward the future of the company and its employees. More importantly, now Crabel has the best senior management in the company than what I have seen over the previous years working in Crabel. Not only does the management cares about the company, but it also continuously seeks and makes improvements. These changes are very balanced which make Crabel great today and will make Crabel great in the future. Crabel is a great environment to learn and grow your career, but only if you are a competent professional. If you are just looking to pass time and get a pay check, then Crabel is not a good fit for you.
I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at Crabel Capital Management (Los Angeles, CA) in May 2017.
Met a Quantitative Developer and a Quantitative Researcher at a university career fair - was contacted by them a couple days later on the phone for a general screen/resume walkthrough. Then set up an onsite interview - 2 rounds back to back technical interviews, about an hour each.
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