Mission: To help people everywhere find a job and company they love.
When we say we’re on a mission to help people everywhere find a job and company they love, we also mean YOU. What does it mean to YOU to love your job? Here’s what it means to us:
We opened the doors in our Dublin office in 2016. As one of our newest offices, you’ll find our Dublin office about as “start-up” as they come. What does that mean? It means we wear a lot of hats, it means an open working environment, it means a lot of spontaneity and an incredible opportunity for growth.
This is your chance to join one of Dublin’s hottest technology startups. You'll work alongside a diverse group of nimble, hardworking, multi-skilled individuals who are as focused on building a great company culture as on making Glassdoor the leading global jobs and recruitment marketplace. We love that we’re disrupting an industry by changing how people search for jobs and how companies recruit top talent.
Our Dublin office is dedicated to making daily life productive, dynamic and fun. From optional weekly mindfulness sessions, to organized community service initatives, to team-building scavenger hunts, there's something for everyone who wants more out of each day at the office.
And, we're hiring! Apply Here!
We know it’s possible to love your job because we get to live it every day. Check out our “Jobs” tab above and see if we have something perfect for you.
Before applying to any role, we encourage you to do your research. Read the Glassdoor Dublin Reviews to find out from our employees what it’s really like to work here. We want you to come in with eyes wide open. We need problem solvers who aren’t afraid of a challenge. We need employees who are motivated by our mission, inspired by great people and people who embrace change.
Get career advice, tips for interviews and stay up to date on all our latest news over at the Glassdoor Blog
Glassdoor launched in 2008 and has been changing how people search for jobs and how companies recruit top talent ever since.
We combine free and anonymous reviews, ratings and salary content with job listings to help job seekers like you find the best jobs and address questions that come up during the application, interview and negotiation phases the job search. But it’s not all about the job seeker. For employers, we provide job advertising and employer branding solutions to help them attract high-quality candidates at a fraction of the cost of other channels.
Still privately owned, we’ve received approximately $200 million from Google Capital, Tiger Global, Benchmark, Battery Ventures, Sutter Hill Ventures, DAG Ventures, Dragoneer Investment Group, and accounts advised by T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc. and others.
You’ll be joining a global team of more than 600 employees with offices in San Francisco and Mill Valley, California, Green (Ohio). Chicago, London and Dublin. We are committed to helping people everywhere find a job and company they love. Join us and #loveyourjob!
I have been working at Glassdoor full-time (Less than a year)
There's many pros at Glassdoor, but as the title of my review states, it's all about the people. The people at Glassdoor make working so much fun. Glassdoor becomes family. Some of my best friends are the people I work with on a daily basis. I care about the people I work with and I feel cared for. It truly becomes a family here. We stress out together, we work hard together, we get through things together. You never feel like you are on your own trying to fight a battle, you're constantly fighting with a team of people behind you so you can win the war. It's an amazing feeling to have a company that cares so much about you. If you know the feeling, then you know what I'm talking about.
I would be lying if I said there's no struggles at Glassdoor. There are. We are going through a period where we no longer can move fast and break things (which used to be the mentality). We do move fast and things do break, but at a much slower pace. We have added processes that make things harder to get tasks completed. Things change with sometimes a lack of communication. Things sometimes break unexpectedly. Product may add something that you're confused about or wonder why they did that before the other thing. However, this is a sign we are growing as a company. It's a time of learning. I'm excited to see how some of these challenges become strengths.
Advice to Management
Keep investing in the people. This is the glue. We will work hard knowing we are cared for.
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Glassdoor (Dublin, Co. Dublin) in September 2016.
I applied online for an Account Manager role in the Dublin (Ireland) office. After the initial BlueJeans screening call with HR I was scheduled for a phone interview with a sales manager which was more of a conversation about what I currently do and then getting information on the setup with regards to the team structure etc. Following on from this I had an online sales pitch with 3 employees where the goal was to secure a renewal with a client. This was straightforward and not too product heavy although there was a lot of information in the presentation which needed to be cut down in order to stay in line with the prescribed time. After this I was invited to interview in the Dublin office and had three thirty-minute interviews which were quite informal and good conversations where it was apparent the employees were trying to gauge my suitability and cultural fit within the team which is especially important. Overall the process was well-structured and the recruiter was always keeping me informed of the next steps which was really helpful.