Mission: To deliver performance at scale to retailers and brands that participate in our Commerce Marketing Ecosystem.
Join Criteo’s VP, Head of Analytics & Data Science Jaysen Gillespie and ’s Product Marketing, Measurement Lead Darren Moore as they tackle today’s biggest challenges in cross-channel ROI measurement. Register for the webinar here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQKHA
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Criteo is a global technology company that enables brands and retailers to connect more shoppers to the things they need and love. We’ve built the Criteo Commerce Marketing Ecosystem: an open, secure, transparent, and fair environment where retailers, brands, and publishers collaborate to put data into action at every point of the purchase journey. Its value to our clients lies in measurable performance in the form of sales, and profits.
The ecosystem sees over $550 billion in annual commerce sales data and 600 terabytes of daily shopper data. We partner with over 15,000 retailers and brands, and thousands of publishers across the globe. And, with over 30 offices across the Americas, EMEA and Asia-Pacific, our company DNA is truly international, making it easy to collaborate with our clients and publishing partners around the world. Join us in creating open collaboration for greater opportunity.
At Criteo, we offer a unique opportunity to help reinvent the world of digital performance advertising. You will contribute to and shape our innovation process to drive new ways for advertisers to attract, and sell to, online buyers.
From s’mores bars and on-site yoga to hackathons and standing desks, our incredible and dedicated work experience teams are committed to creating an amazing work environment. Our offices are full of hard work, fun, food and celebration.
We’re a company that’s sharply aware our world is primarily driven by technology. At Criteo we face some of the most challenging, but interesting problems in the tech industry. We work at a scale of speed, performance and complexity that few others in the industry can compete with. Every day is different and we’re proud to make it a culture that always challenges your skills.
Empowerment: We believe in hiring the best engineers in the industry and then letting them get on with what they do best – designing, coding and releasing state of the art software.
Mobility: In our Voyager program our engineers get to pick which team they want to work on for 2-4 weeks, boosting collaboration, networking and maybe even leading to switching teams.
Agility: We work in a fast pace environment where we build and release stuff frequently to deliver value soon and adapt to changes quickly.
Variety: We have many ways to get your code to production including our Hackathon, 10% projects, Voyager and more.
Multicultural: You will work with diverse perspectives, alongside global team players and some of the brightest minds in the industry
I have been working at Criteo full-time (More than a year)
I consider myself a Silicon Valley veteran as I've worked for quite a few companies in the valley. Criteo is one of the greatest companies I've worked for.
Lots of smart and talented people. Some of them are super nice too. :)
Top notch pay and benefits (has to be deserved, obviously).
Flat structure. This implies that employees are treated as adults and expected to behave like adults.
Open and honest communication from the top (very little BS or propaganda)
Truly diverse with all ages, origins, accents, genders, and orientations treated with respect. Everybody is encouraged to be themselves and treat each other with respect.
Voyager program designed for those who want to work for a month in other parts of the world. (The travel policy though is not very friendly to those with families and kids.)
After you have earned some karma, you'll have freedom to do what you think is important (which sometimes can run into some political barriers)
It is a midsize company which means that there are enough resources to support you and that you can still have a meaningful impact on company's bottom line
A lot of focus on hiring the right people. I think it is super important.
Lots of challenges and opportunities
A bit slow to deal with people who don't fit well. (though there is a delicate balance)
"One size fits all" travel policy is too restrictive for employees with families.
ESPP is missing to make the perks package complete
The company is growing so fast that there is a legitimate concern over maintaining the company culture.
Advice to Management
Keep up the great job! Watch carefully for the company culture. Talk more often to the people "in the trenches".
They send me an email link to let me make the appointment for the phone interview. A phone interview. Ask about what the company mainly do. Then introduce the company, the benefits, and the following steps. It is an average interview.