- Équilibre travail/vie privée
- Culture et valeurs
- Opportunités de carrière
- Rémunération et avantages
Mission: The Trade Desk is the fastest-growing adtech platform for a reason – our people. We’re here because we believe we’re building something special, and we’re looking for good people to pitch in. Our culture is innovative, energetic, and ...
The Trade Desk is changing the way global brands and their agencies advertise to audiences around the world. Our cloud-based, data-driven platform helps our customers reach their customers with targeted display, video, audio, native, and social ads across every device.
Our clients represent some of the biggest brands and largest advertising agencies in the world. We orchestrate programmatic media buys in more than 100 countries, and our customer retention rate has remained over 95% for 20 straight quarters. We’re building the future of advertising by giving brands more control, data, and reach in their digital campaigns.
The Trade Desk is one of the fastest-growing technology platforms for a reason — our people.
Meet our people, the true People of Programmatic. Here’s an inside look at the people who are transforming the way media is bought, sold and consumed every day.
Meet Mariko Igawa, Senior Account Manager
"The Trade Desk provides you with so many opportunities to challenge yourself and really break out of your shell. When I began, public speaking and singing (especially in my second language) weren’t really my things. But here I am today, within just one year of starting, having completed a presentation in front of the entire company – and I sang on stage twice. I even enjoyed it! Everyone here is so warm and supportive – you never really feel alone."
Meet Daiki Saito, Senior Account Executive
"The Trade Desk is unique in that it is not a company that sets a target first, and puts people to the path second. Rather, the company believes in hiring people who set a path of their own making. The result is that everyone who works here shows an overwhelming interest in the success of their co-workers, truly adhering to our CEO Jeff Green’s motto: 'Anyone can talk to anyone!'"
Yes, our platform operates at unprecedented scale. But we’ve built something even stronger and more valuable: a team culture based on empathy, collaboration and ownership—and an environment that will challenge you and make you a better engineer
At The Trade Desk you’ll never be limited in the technologies or languages you can use—if you can make a case for a new tech, we'll use it. Our core, high-performance bidding and data-processing stacks use C#/.Net. We incorporate a variety of Big Data tools like Spark, Vertica and Snowflake DB to store and process our petabytes of data. And we’re building out a world-class stream-processing system using Kafka and Flink to bring real-time insights to our clients.
Learn more about our Engineering team.
J'ai travaillé chez The Trade Desk à temps plein (Plus d'un an)
TTD is home to some of the smartest people in the industry that are truly inspiring and great to work with. TTD has some of the best product and engineering teams, which is one of the reasons that TTD blows out other competitors and has an increasing stock price. They really aren't lying when they say how important the culture is, as this is reflected in the people they are hiring. The benefits (free healthcare and amazing stock program) are great as well.
While TTD does offer great benefits, the compensation is a joke compared to other tech companies. This is true across positions, but especially apparent in Sales/Client Services. TTD wants to hire all of these amazing/intelligent people but expects these candidates to take a SIGNIFICANT pay cut. The overall compensation structure is confusing and often times non-transparent. With any start up culture, there are always a group of people that have been at the company for years and are now just collecting a paycheck and getting a huge piece of TTD stock. This is unfortunate because there are a ton of people that are in positions that should not be there anymore, but are too close with leadership to ever get let go.
Conseils à la direction
Lose the boys club mentality--get rid of TTD dinosaurs that no longer bring value and hire more women in leadership. Increase people's pay to industry standards and provide clear compensation incentives.
J'ai postulé via une recommandation d'un employé. J'ai passé un entretien à The Trade Desk.
First round call screening, then two rounds of in-person interviews. The call was tedious and the HR was apparently not engaging and was just busy typing in whatever you have said.
Questions d'entretien d'embauche