Optimization Manager Team Lead (Current Employee) – New York, NY – December 5, 2016
This company is totally fine to work at. Benefits are good and the best days may be in the future. Without a doubt there have been difficulties in the past but upper management is going back to basics.
Intern (Former Employee) – Culver City, CA – January 29, 2016
My time at Rubicon project was great. I've learned and improved on lots of things like communication skills, sending out professional emails, and helping others. All of my co-workers were nice and very helpful.My hardest task at Rubicon project was keeping the same paste of others in my group. I Believe the reason of that was because others had more experience. what I enjoyed most about the job was being around my co-workers.
Senior Manager, Client Development, Buyer Cloud (Current Employee) – New York – September 24, 2015
Very hard to progress into higher Management but the Company culture is exceptional, great benefits and people are fun and easy to work with. They invest in their people and conduct routine company meetings (all over the world at one time).
Campaign Manager (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – May 15, 2013
the Rubicon Project is one of the most leading and innovative technology companies thus far. The people and culture are great. I have had the privilege to network with internal teams and learn more about many areas of the company and business. I have developed a variety of skills and knowledge to help me excel throughout my career. The most difficult part of my job is refraining from socializing with my amazing peers. The most enjoyable part is that I know that I am going to learn something new each day that will help
Productive environment, driven to win and are highly competitive externally
Accounts Receivable Analyst (Current Employee) – Santa Monica, CA – April 30, 2013
Here at the Rubicon Project, we take pride in the experiences we share. From “All Hands on Deck” team meetings that promote transparency and communication to giving back to our local communities quarterly, the Rubicon Project is truly an experience not just a “job”.