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Located in a lush park area connected to the centre of Dublin’s public transport hub, our Dublin office houses the newly-opened, state-of-the-art EMEA Cloud Sales Hub. A sustainable building featuring a green roof, on-site electric car chargers, photovoltaic panels and cycle storage, Oracle Block B was recently recognized as the “Green Project of the Year” at the 2016 Irish Construction Industry Awards.
Oracle building surroundings
Aside from the excellent environment and comfort-enhancing amenities, our new offices feature the latest collaboration technologies:
Oracle Block B
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Oracle Cloud Sales are powered by an ongoing learning and development process. From the world-class new hire induction to the sales enablement programs and internationally recognized sales skills training curricula, each employee is equipped to drive their personal and professional growth.
Class of Business graduates from the Dublin Institute of Technology
We link training, skills and career progression in a structured program supporting all of our employees’ career journeys.
What’s even more exciting is that our employees can benefit from accredited qualifications in sales practice and value selling from the Dublin Institute of Technology.
OracleDigital employee graduates from the Dublin Institute of Technology
We are a high-energy, social-savvy international team always looking to connect and find new, creative approaches to our job. With Dublin being the multi-cultural melting pot that it is, and with the range of countries we cover from our hub here, we offer the perfect environment for fresh graduates from all over Europe to start their career.
This is why have created dedicated initiatives for students and fresh graduates:
This video highlights our interns sharing their experience:
Business Development Group interns at internal job fair
Class of interns with Giovanna Sangiorgi, Oracle Direct EMEA Vice President
Students visiting from the University of Copenhagen
While business in our Dublin hub is moving at an incredibly fast pace, our employees have a high appreciation of work-life balance, of the local communities, team activities and wellness initiatives.
Our Dublin office has a very active and involved community of volunteers who always finds fun, engaging ways to promote various causes within the organization.
Playing Mario Kart for charity
Many of these causes are related to healthcare and well-being – our team believes in raising awareness of conditions that are rare or lesser known.
Fundraising for MSIreland
The now famous “Walk of the Onesies” is a recurring initiative where we support the Temple Street Children’s University Hospital. Oracle Dublin employees have succeeded in raising record amounts for the hospital year-on-year.
In 2015, Oracle Dublin won the Chambers Ireland Award for best “Community Volunteering Program for a Multi-National Company", rewarding years of efforts and dedication by employees and the CSR Committee.
Walk of the Onesies participants, 2015
Work/life balance is not just a catch-phrase at Oracle. Not only do our employees support causes related to healthcare and wellness; with gifted athletes among our employees, sports and physical activity are essential to life at Oracle.
It was in Dublin that the “walking meetings” were first implemented at Oracle, so that employees can now meet or brainstorm with their colleagues while they are taking a walk around the Oracle premises.
Walking meeting kickoff in Dublin
Most notably, the OraClub is an extensive sports and recreation program available to employees free of charge. From information and prevention programs to workout sessions, team sports activities and soccer, rugby, basketball or golf championships, there is a type of physical activity available for everyone.
You can take advantage of our onsite gyms and fitness classes, and the ability to enjoy the outstanding scenery that surrounds our offices, allows you the opportunity to work out outdoors while practicing Yoga or running.
Soccer team in Dublin
Sitting volleyball match
Aside from sports, the OraClub provides language classes, discounts for concerts and other events, and presentation skills workshops.
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Our employees come from a wide array of cultures: this diversity, combined with inclusive leadership, drives creativity, innovation, and collaboration throughout our workforce.
Oracle Dublin proudly supports theOracle Pride Employee Network (OPEN): a leadership and professional development program, whose mission is advocate issues concerning the LGBT and Ally community, network with each other for support, ensure a safe workplace, and contribute to Oracle's success as a business by assisting with identifying and retaining top diverse talent.
OPEN members in Dublin
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I have been working at Oracle full-time (More than a year)
Plenty of progression opportunities (Sales, Marketing, Enablement, Mgmt, abroad). Diverse workplace. Leader in IT space - established brand.
Huge organisation, so changes take a long time. Self-service-focused.
I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Oracle (Dublin, Co. Dublin) in August 2011.
It was well structure. Phone interview, 1st with my boss, 2nd with the boss of my boss. The main challenge was that once all was agreed, it took 2 months to get it approved from HQ in US.