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30+ days ago

Associate Advertiser Account Manager

Epsilon Atlanta, GA

Our CJ Affiliate business is far and away the leader in affiliate marketing. Retailers on the Internet Retailer Top 500 list are 2X more likely to… Epsilon

30+ days ago

Advertiser Account Manager

Epsilon Atlanta, GA

Are you looking to work with the #1 affiliate network, communicate with large advertisers (I mean HUGE), build long-term relationships, and grow with… Epsilon

30+ days ago

Analytic Consultant

Epsilon Atlanta, GA

• Develop analytical and data mining solutions to understand key business behaviors such as: customer… Epsilon

13 days ago

Sr. Director, Analytics

Epsilon Atlanta, GA

Ability to work effectively with diverse teams including statistical, technical and marketing resources. Manage client expectations of delivery and… Epsilon

22 days ago

Account Manager

Epsilon Atlanta, GA

include but are not limited to: • · Primary point of contact with client for day to day correspondence • · Internal point of contact for… Epsilon

30+ days ago

Account Supervisor

Epsilon Atlanta, GA

Addendum’s for all program personnel and approval of all local staffing decisions. · Strategic Client Communication – assist with the development… Epsilon

22 days ago


Epsilon Atlanta, GA

• Perform various statistical tests and data analysis skills and modeling in designing, estimating, and interpreting such techniques as logistic… Epsilon

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    Great Team despite too much middle management.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Atlanta, GA (US)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Atlanta, GA (US)

    I have been working at Epsilon


    My Team - small, hardworking, talented, never say no.
    Benefits are great
    Variety of projects
    Great if you are a self starter and love to learn new things
    Ability to build a great skillset
    Lunch on Fridays
    Good, solid coworkers
    Decent work/life balance
    Good vacation


    Promotions - I've been with the company for a very long time, and when it comes to promotions you have a much better chance if you are in a main office Dallas, Boston, West Chicago. Even though, the people in satellite offices seem to work harder and smarter and deserve forward momentum.

    Growth - I am with a very small team, so we don't get the opportunity to really grow into our titles for example, at this point I should be managing people, but we have no people to manage we are all still doing the same job that we've been doing for years.

    Visibility - Once again this is due to being in a satellite office. Even if we aren't in your face, we're still working extremely hard.

    Management - Management is a bit on the weak side. A lot of hiding in the shadows waiting for things to happen or sometimes the complete opposite and stomping on everyone. I think we need LESS middle management, and more people who are willing to make things happen for the betterment of the team and company.

    Training & Equipment - Give your employees TRAINING. Even if it's online training, let us grow... let us develop/ fine tune our skills. Spend the money, it benefits the company in the long run.

    Career Opportunities - They are out there but not much for the little offices.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    For the most part Epsilon is a good place to work, good people, engaging projects. The time off is fair, the culture is fine for a big corporate beast. Please start allowing budgets for training, and software. It benefits you. Also please pay a bit more attention to the talent in the smaller offices. We are killing ourselves to make things work, take a look once and a while. Start looking at who's doing what and who's not doing anything, and make decisions accordingly.
    Too much middle management. TRAIN.PROMOTE.GROW.
    These things will help retain the good people.

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