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Oracle Overview

Redwood City, CA (US)
10000+ employees
Company - Public (ORCL)
Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
€5 to €10 billion (EUR) per year
Oracle is the world’s leading provider of business software. But you probably already knew that. With a presence in over 175 countries, we are one of the biggest technology companies on the planet. What you might not know is that we are leading a cloud ... Read more

Mission: To help people see data in new ways, discover insights, unlock endless possibilities.

Company Updates

  • Increasing neurodiversity at work: read how Jon Ford is helping foster an inclusive and supportive environment for all talent at Oracle. #WorldAutismDay

  • Looking to expand your skillset? Check out the latest from Oracle University! We have 50 hours of online training and 6 certification exams for free.

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Oracle – Why Work With Us?

We are creators, free-thinkers, and basically a bunch of problem-solvers who are eternally asking ‘what if..?.’ This anything-is-possible mindset is what sets us apart. It’s how we built the world’s first Autonomous Database and how we continue to pioneer new and exciting ways to help our customers.

For more than four decades, Oracle has delivered innovation upon which entire industries have been built. But we’re not interested in looking back—we’ve got a razor-sharp focus on the future. That’s why, each year, we invest billions of dollars into cutting-edge Research and Development. The result? Every day we are breaking new ground in the fastest moving industry on earth.

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All over the world, people’s lives are better because of the innovative thinking that happens right here at Oracle. Whether we’re using Oracle Cloud to reduce the impact from natural disasters or AI to connect cancer patients to life-saving clinical trials—we take pride in the knowledge that we’re making the world a better place. 

See how we’re changing lives for yourself

We’re also committed to changing lives by advancing education, protecting the planet, and giving back to our communities. In fact, each year Oracle donates millions of dollars to deserving charities worldwide and gives free tech education to more than 3.5 million young people. Meanwhile, our #OracleVolunteers clock up more than 189,000 hours supporting the causes close to their hearts. 

Learn more about corporate citizenship

How do you want to grow your career? Here, it’s entirely up to you. We give you the tools to discover your potential and the support to help you reach it.

  • Your manager can help you define your career goals and plan your development journey.
  • Oracle Learning Paths provides you with a personalized selection from our huge library of online learning resources.
  • You can add to your education and we will reimburse your tuition fees.
  • Internal Talent Advisors can connect you with opportunities throughout our entire global organization.

Get essential career advice and hear from our employees on our Careers Blog

Oracle is filled with passionate people who lead fascinating lives—in and outside of work. Our range of benefits is designed to help you look after the people you care about and do more of what you love. 

Check out reviews of our benefits here on Glassdoor, or learn more on our site. 

Then there’s our amazing variety of unique locations. With over 600 to choose from, we’re sure you’ll be able to find your happy place. Our offices are full of open spaces, gyms, cafés, and game rooms—so your creativity will be flowing in no time.

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Innovation starts with inclusion here. We’re committed to creating a workplace where all kinds of people can be themselves and do their best work. 

It’s when everyone’s voice is heard and valued that we are inspired to go beyond what’s been done before. That’s why we need people with diverse backgrounds, beliefs, and abilities to help us create the future.

Groups like the Oracle Pride Employee Network and Oracle Women’s Leadership give a voice to our diverse communities and help us enhance the experience of each and every one of our people.

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Oracle Reviews

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    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Director in Dublin, Co. Dublin
    Current Employee - Director in Dublin, Co. Dublin
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Oracle full-time (Less than a year)


    Great thought-leadership, profitable company with a fantastic range of products
    Fantastic colleagues and a great work-life balance
    New state-of-the art building
    Great if you want to be the best version of you


    IT on-boarding for new colleagues is 100% digital & self-service, which, while improving, is very time-consuming.

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Oracle Photos

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Oracle Interviews



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    Graduate Software Developer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Oracle.


    I was contacted via linkedin and asked if I would like to interview with oracle for a graduate position, I accepted the offer and had 1 phone interview with the company.

    Firstly they used a phonecall instead of something like skype/zoom etc. and called from the UK (I was in Ireland), meaning I could barely hear the interviewer because of the bad phone line which could have easily been avoided.

    Secondly, the interviewer was a recruiter and asked lots of technical questions that seemed to be more "tech buzzwords" than actual questions. For example, I said I had worked creating API endpoints in my previous work and was asked "what companies endpoints did I work with", to which I kind of just had to reiterate that I was the one making the endpoints for the company I was working for.

    The recruiter didn't seem to have read my CV, meaning a lot of questions were very basic things that at first I thought were being clarified but instead seemed to be the first time that they had heard the answer. It was pointed out that this wasn't a "graduate program" but instead I would keep the title graduate for an indefinite period which sounds like an awful system.

    They did not come back to me after this screening and I would recommend other graduates avoid them.

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Oracle Awards & Accolades

  • Candidates’ Choice Award(Enterprise Software & Network Solutions), Glassdoor, 2015
  • The 15 Most Powerful Tech Companies(#10 - in America), Business Insider, 2015
  • Top 100 Brand Corporations, European Brand Institute, 2015
  • Best Global Brand, Interbrand, 2015
  • Most InDemand Employers(North America), LinkedIn, 2015
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