Mission: The Marin platform is designed to meet the unique workflow, analytics, and optimization needs of the world’s most demanding online marketers. Our technology, scale, and expertise have resulted in exceptional results for some of the world's biggest
MARIN SOFTWARE – TRANSFORMING COMPLEXITY INTO OPPORTUNITY
As consumers spend more and more time accessing search, social, video, and mobile, advertisers are increasingly investing in these digital channels. As a result, the battle for revenue acquisition is moving online as advertisers seek more effective ways to reach audiences and yield improved financial results.
Marin Software is a leading cross-channel performance enterprise marketing software for advertisers and agencies. Our complete revenue acquisition management platform provides the workflow, analytics, and optimization tools that enable marketers to save time, make better decisions, and improve financial results.
Marin directly addresses a number of challenges by allowing marketers to:
Our customers include many of the world’s largest interactive agencies and advertisers, and they rely on Marin Software’s platform to manage billions of dollars in annual advertising spend.
Our headquarters are in San Francisco, California, with offices in New York, Chicago, Austin, Portland, London, Dublin, Hamburg, Paris, Shanghai, Sydney, and Tokyo.
Comprehensive Health Benefits
We take care of our people with health benefits, wellness programs, and flexible spending accounts for healthcare expenses. When you work at Marin Software, you’re covered.
We treat our employees like owners. Really. When you have some skin in the game in the form of stock options, we think you’ll be committed to make our company a success. After all, it’s your company, too.
You can make a contribution to a Fidelity 401K plan. Choose your investment plan and contribute an amount that suits your current and future financial needs.
Holidays and Unlimited Paid Time Off
Flex time is what you get when you join Marin. Need time off? Log it and take the time off. Sick? Stay home! We have unlimited sick days. If that’s not enough, Marin enjoys nine holidays.
Matching Gift Program
At Marin Software we like where we work and we work where we like. Which means we support the communities where we work and live, by matching employee volunteer efforts at community-based nonprofit organizations with corporate contributions. Marin will match your financial contribution to any non-profit or community support up to $1,000 per employee per year.
Good food fast. And free. On days when you don’t feel like riding the elevator 27 floors down to Mission Street and waiting in line for lunch, grab a bagel or make a sandwich in the kitchen instead (and add a juice, energy bar, or other goodies). Plus, our kitchen is a great place to catch the office buzz.
Employee Referral Program
We’re always looking for great people. Chances are you know one or two yourself. Recommend them for work at Marin Software, and if they make the grade, we’ll make out a check to you.
If you take public transit to work, we can help lower the cost of commuting—meaningess stress, reduced traffic congestion, a lower carbon footprint, and money in your pocket. Sounds like a no-brainer to us.
Life and Disability Insurance
We offer life, short-term, and long-term disability insurance. Better safe than sorry.
Chris is Marin Software’s founder and Chairman of the Board, and rejoined the company as Chief Executive Officer in August 2016. From September 2015 to August 2016, Chris served on boards of private companies as well as Marin Software. From May 2014 until September 2015, Chris served as executive chairman of Marin Software, and from the founding of the company in 2006 to May 2014, he served as the company’s Chief Executive Officer. Chris has been a member of the Board since 2006. He's held a number of leadership positions in the U.S. including Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer, and acting Chief Executive Office across ecommerce, finance, and marketing. He holds an A.B. from Dartmouth College, where he was elected as a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and an M.B.A. from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Chris’s presence as a member of the Board brings his thorough knowledge of the company into the Board’s strategic and policy-making discussions. He brings his extensive experience in finance, digital marketing, and executive roles in the information technology industry into the company’s strategy and operations.
Marin is the advertising management platform of choice for global brands, agencies, and other top consumer and B2B companies.
Optimizing ad targeting and performance starts with having the right data, and our engineering team makes it happen. Combining thousands of reports from Google, Facebook, Bing, and other publishers, over 100 million click events per day from our in-house performance tracking system and customer reporting systems, and 5+ billion advertising campaign objects, we power our proprietary bidding systems and financial models to maximize value and return for our customers.
Marin is rapidly building out our Big Data infrastructure. We’ve already built out a 100+ node, petabyte size cluster, and now is a great opportunity to join as a key member of the team and be at the center of the action.
Not only are our engineers building a platform that solves real business problems for hundreds of companies, they’re doing it with super cool technology.
Interested in working on the coolest big data technology? An expert in Spark, Phoenix, Kafka, HBase, or Hadoop? Then come help us build new and innovate marketing solutions!
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I have been working at Marin Software (More than a year)
Excellent communicative and collaborative environment that provides unparalleled work/life balance. Management looks to ensure employees are happy and developing their professional skills.
It would be nice if the market properly reflected the company's value in the stock price.
I applied online. I interviewed at Marin Software in August 2017.
I went through two over the phone interviews. The first interview went very well. The second interview was another story. I interviewed with a current Solutions Architect. He was supposed to ask questions to determine level my understanding on a few technical topics. Problem solving is the biggest strength, which is backed by my experience and resume. However when I spoke to this SA he belittled my answers, explained that how HE would have answered that question. When it comes to problem solving there is actually more than one method, so for anyone to assume that 'their way' is the best is a bit egotistical. I already work with men that posses this same attitude, therefor, I am glad I did not pass on to the next interview. If other SA's and employees are similar in character then I am grateful I did not end up at this company. I really do believe that it makes a significant difference on whom conducts interviews. At Marin, perhaps someone is a more open minded and less chauvinistic should be conducting interviews.