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Smart AdServer Paris (France) Reviews

  • "Nice Place to Work"

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    • Senior Management
    Former Employee - Integration Engineer in Paris (France)
    Former Employee - Integration Engineer in Paris (France)
    Recommends
    Negative Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I worked at Smart AdServer full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    Great place to start working on Advertising and Ad-tech. Fast pace company to catch the market continuously. Possibility to dive into any latest technology.

    Cons

    Still struggling to establish a strong market out of France especially the American market.

    Advice to Management

    Give more opportunities and appreciate the good work.

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Smart AdServer Paris (France) Salaries

Salaries in € (EUR)
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2 salaries
About €2k - €65k
€2k
€65k
About €2k - €65k
€2k
€65k
1 employee salary or estimate
About €40k - €46k
€40k
€46k
About €40k - €46k
€40k
€46k
1 employee salary or estimate
About €37k - €44k
€37k
€44k
About €37k - €44k
€37k
€44k

Smart AdServer Paris (France) Interviews

Experience

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    Head of Learning Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Paris (France)
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Smart AdServer (Paris (France)) in September 2019.

    Interview

    I applied on linkedin, and I spoke with HR on the phone, and then had an in-person interview with the hiring manager. The experience with HR was great.

    The meeting with the hiring manager was a complete waste of my time. They were clearly not interested in my skill set, so I don't know why they asked me to come in, as they told me that the other candidates had more experience in this industry. It felt like a "tech boy's club" that was not very open to diverse profiles outside of their direct industry. I was casually insulted when the hiring manager alluded to the fact that maybe I wouldn't be smart enough to be able to speak and understand their developers "who went to the best engineering schools in France" . I was convinced that the interview was going nowhere after about 10 minutes, but at the end of the interview an hour later, the hiring manager said I could review their current solution and give feedback about their tutorials the following week. I felt a little uncomfortable that he gave me his personal and not professional email address. I politely followed up a few days later to say I was not interested in pursuing the process.

    It was however interesting to learn about this industry.

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