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“Our expanded relationship with Financial Engines strengthens the help we can deliver to our participants by combining independent, comprehensive advisory services, a powerful online client experience, and the personal attention of a dedicated advisor,” said Andy Heiges, group manager for retirement income and advice for T. Rowe Price.
Financial Engines was founded on a mission to help people. After 20 years, we are the largest independent registered investment advisor in the nation serving over 1 million people with over $150B assets under management (http://data.investmentnews.com/ria/). But we want to do more. We are expanding our services to reach more people and need mission-driven individuals passionate about helping others.
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Financial Engines, LLC. is committed to equal opportunity employment.
But at Financial Engines, we believe that our core values are the best reflection of what it’s like to work here. We attract the best and the brightest in a variety of disciplines. But regardless of title or talent, everyone at Financial Engines is committed to the same core values.
I’m Larry Raffone, CEO of Financial Engines. Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback about your experience as an FE employee. I joined FE 14 years ago because I believed in Bill Sharpe’s vision to help people who could not get help any place else. In leading our next phase, I’m focused on engaging and developing our people, creating and nurturing a dynamic culture,and setting the course to help millions of people who desperately need our help.
Earlier this year, we began to build an ambitious plan for the future. This is how we’ll get there:
We’re becoming a customer-focused company.
We don’t know enough about our customers. We’ll get to know them to learn about their ambitions, their needs, and their aspirations.From customer visits to interviews to research, we’re trying new things and learning from them. They’re the reason we exist.
We’re challenging our competitors.
FE wants to make sure we’re the ones who win. To do this, we have to out-innovate and out-execute. We have to search every day for the innovations that can make our vision become reality.
We’re leading a transformation.
We need people who can help with our new direction, point us to powerful technologies, and embrace disruptive innovation. It’ll take all of us working together to make this transformation happen, and we couldn’t be more excited.
This is the future we’re here to build: A company of significance that makes it possible for millions of Americans to retire well.
To our future employees: We can’t wait to have you aboard. To our past employees: Thank you for your feedback. We’re listening.
President & CEO
I have been working at Edelman Financial Engines full-time
Amazing culture, a bright future ahead with a solid trajectory for continued growth
Been a lot of change and the folks that are not embracing the future drag us down
Advice to Management
Weed out the naysayers.
I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Edelman Financial Engines (Sunnyvale, CA) in June 2013.
I had talked to the recruiter about a couple of different positions and ended up interviewing for Software Engineer. After just a brief non-technical talk with the Hiring Manager, I had my onsite. This consisted of 6 interviews of which half were technical and the other half were nice casual dialogues about my background and the interviewer's experience with the company. I was notified of my offer a few days after the onsite interviews.
I believe I ended up negotiating about 5-10k higher than what they wanted to offer me since I had a technical Master's degree in a field highly relevant to the company. The negotiation simply consisted of a short phone call with the head of recruiting to discuss salary expectations.