Systems Administrator Intern (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 6, 2015
The best job I've had to date yet. A typical day would be creating new users/ fixing things around the office. I would also be sent to the data center to fix servers if they went down. I've learned so much about systems administration at pulse point due to all my co-workers interest in seeing me grow intellectually.
Data Analytics Intern (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 27, 2014
I had my great internship at Pulsepoint this summer. It is a great place to learn, build-up your skills, and most importantly, have fun. As an intern, I was given a well-organized and planned intern plan on my day 1 and was assigned with a mentor. My mentor was very sharing, smart, patient, and responsive. They asked a lot "what you have learned" rather "what you have done for them". I felt I wasn't just an intern, but a part of the team and a part of the "culture". Little dreams matter and "interns" matter!
You will have so much to learn and you'll have more confidence in yourself after the internship, "free lunch, cup-cakes, ice-creams", "happy hours", "office yoga" will make you believe "have fun, or go home"
Seriously, you have to study/work hard to stand out...coz ppl there are all very smart:-)
Software Engineering (Current Employee) – New York, NY – June 3, 2014
Pulsepoint is awesome! I am seriously the biggest cheerleader for this company and regularly hit up my friends for recommendations/referrals. Did I mention the company pays $10,000 for employee referrals?? Awesome perk.
The culture is great - everyone is young and has a work hard, play hard mentality.
The management here is also something to highlight. I respect and admire my managers and leaders so much. They are always giving me constructive criticism and are open to feedback. I can always go to them for help and I feel very comfortable with them. I truly enjoy coming to work everyday.
I started here about 6 months ago and I can see myself here for years to come. So much growth potential and opportunity. If you put the effort in, it pays off in the end and will be recognized and acknowledged.
Great perks and benefits, 401K match, $10, 000 referral bonus
Fast paced industry with frequent changes (not a con for me but may be for others)