Mission: HubSpot is helping companies globally transform how they market and sell to match how modern consumers shop and buy. We help companies and customers grow with award-winning software, and our work environment is rooted in transparency, autonomy, and a whole lot of fun.
"Press for Progress means all of us, men and women, and particularly leaders, have to be all-in with helping women progress past some of the invisible and visible barriers holding females back." How can women Press For Progress in the careers and everyday lives? We posed this question to a few of HubSpot's female leaders, and here's what they had to say: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQjuJ
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HubSpot is an all-in-one software platform that aims to take a more human approach to marketing and sales. As the world’s leading inbound marketing company, HubSpot’s award-winning software, services, and support help transform over 16,000 businesses in over 90 countries.
HubSpot chose Dublin as it Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) headquarters three years ago, and we’ve been growing at a rapid pace ever since. HubSpot Dublin runs all of the business growth and development for HubSpot in the region. Our employees are a mix of Irish natives and Dublin transplants who've come from over fifteen different countries across the European continent. Many speak multiple languages, but all bring their unique cultural perspectives to the table when serving the diverse array of HubSpot customers. HubSpot Dublin is one of our fastest growing offices, so we are currently hiring for and expanding roles in every team and department.
Employee Stock Purchase Plan
Up to €7,500 Employee Referral Bonus
Unlimited Vacation & Paid Time Off
5 Year Sabbatical
Unlimited Free Books Program
Free Snacks and Beverages (free beer, espresso, etc.)
HubSpot on the Town Events
Champions Dinners (for top performers from each team)
Mystery Dinners (meet new people from all over the company)
Nap Rooms and an Office Roof Deck
Onsite Fitness Room and Gym Membership Reimbursement
Foosball, ping pong, PS3
President’s Club Sales Incentive Trip
€4,000 Tuition Assistance
DiSC Professional Development Training
UnStuck Mentoring Program
HubTalks (cool people talking about cool things)
TechTalks (techy people talking about techy things)
Master Classes (anything and everything)
HubSpot Women’s Group
HubSpot LGBTQ Alliance
Science Fairs (new developments in product)
Competitive Maternity & Paternity Leave
Work From Home
HubSpot is truly an international company. With offices in six of the world’s most dynamic cities and more on the way, HubSpot is committed to creating a global experience that is inclusive, inspiring, and insanely fun, both for its customers and its employees.
HubSpot chose Dublin as its Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) headquarters because of Dublin’s growing technology market, wealth of innovative start-ups, and access to a diverse, multi-lingual employee base from across Europe. Our Dublin headquarters is uniquely positioned to serve our EMEA customers with every function including sales, services, marketing, finance, product design, and engineering.
All HubSpot employees across the globe attend new hire training in the United States (Boston - we’re from the East Coast, not Silicon Valley). Outside of our Dublin and Boston offices, however, HubSpotters are also currently transforming and delighting businesses in:
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Like a well-oiled machine, HubSpot Dublin is made up of small, tightly knit, productive teams that work closely together to solve for our customers. While we all rely on one another, each team has its own remarkable blend of passion, personality, and panache.
Thousands of people around the world use HubSpot software to grow their businesses. We’re the engineers, designers, product managers, and UX researchers making it happen. Our team ships code, iterates fast, and plans for a future that scales. With monthly Science Fairs and regular Tech Talks, we’re committed to the curiosity and innovation that heightens our product to the next level.
Services team members at HubSpot combine an astonishing level of technical prowess with a true empathy for the customer, resulting in helpful guidance, timely assistance, and an extraordinary level of care that you just don’t find anywhere else. We love being on the front lines; teaching people how to succeed with the latest tools and technologies, building their confidence and skills, and supporting them at every stage of the customer lifecycle.
The marketing revolution is happening right before our eyes. And the marketing team at HubSpot isn't just talking about it, we're
People Operations Team
You can’t build a transformative company without transformative people. Our People Operations team takes a unique approach to finding, attracting, hiring, and retaining our world-class team of HubSpotters. While we’re at it, we’re designing a whole new approach to recruiting, training, and the care and feeding of a happy, healthy employees. Because around here, “unorthodox” and “innovative” aren’t fighting words: they’re compliments.
At HubSpot Dublin, we can promise you this: you’ll tackle big problems alongside some of the most talented, diverse, and dynamic people you’ve ever worked with, and your projects and position will have a big impact. Whether you're a new grad looking for that first full time position, or a senior manager looking for a new challenge in a growing industry, HubSpot has job opportunities for you at every stage of your career.
We invest in our people and optimize for their long term growth and happiness.
Ready to join? See where you fit in:
At HubSpot, interns aren’t interns in the traditional sense of the word. No coffee runs here. Interns make real decisions, produce real work, and drive real results.
HubSpot has a summer Product Team internship program.
This program is built to help our interns learn key design, coding, and business skills, and also take advantage of the the opportunity to learn the ins and outs of a rapidly growing software company, while having some fun along the way, of course!
In fact, we invest so much in our interns that a large percentage of them go on to accept full time positions with HubSpot. Many of our team leaders today started as interns and continue year after year to develop their careers with us.
We know you might not have it all figured out after graduation, but relax, you don’t have to!
At HubSpot, we welcome recent grads into a variety of roles and opportunities including, but certainly not limited to, internships, entry-level sales and marketing roles, product engineers, and technical support engineers.
Just because you begin your career with one team at HubSpot doesn’t mean you will be there forever. It’s just that, a beginning. Alumni of our entry-level roles are uniquely positioned to launch into different divisions of the company and have gone on to spearhead some of our most innovative initiatives to date.
Grow Your Career at HubSpot
As we continue to grow and expand, HubSpot recognizes the need to involve individuals with tried and true management leadership experience at the highest levels.
Don’t miss the opportunity to make a significant difference in the lives of our customers while driving the future of our business forward, be it in sales, marketing, engineering, HR, or services and support. Your insight is invaluable, and we are eager to learn from you.
I have been working at HubSpot full-time (More than a year)
Amazing culture, great learning and opportunity to grow
The waiting time for the free lunch is sometimes a bit long
The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at HubSpot (Dublin, Co. Dublin).
This may be a very easy interview if you have the specific experience tested. HubSpot only appear to ask canditates 2 main questions of the same 3-4 questions repeated in other comments. The questions test your experience in basic application design, some experience with REST, RDBMS, and optimisation. For the optimisation, the questions require high-level answers like propsing implementing a cache, as opposed to time/space complexitiy questions.
Giving the appropiate answer on both these main questions quickly seems to be by far the most important aspect of the interview. I had not prepared well for other questions on my job experience, but the feedback I received focused only on the 2 whiteboard questions. As I said the other questions don't seem to be very important, but I'd recommend preparing some likely answers using the STAR technique. I did this after my interview and was able to come up which much better answers to the ones I gave at the time.
I was hinted at by the recuiter to research the answers to the questions they ask. In hindsight I wish I had done this better, as the questions are relatively simple, but you are given little time or scope to improvise during the interview.
There is also a pre-interview test, I won't write much about here, the details are covered in several of the other comments. That test appears to be mainly about how fast you can finish. The code I ended up submitting for this was nothing to be proud of, but was submitted fast enough to get me to the next phase.