CareerBuilder Sales Manager Jobs in Chicago, IL

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23 hrs ago

Manager, Customer Success – new

Careerbuilder Chicago, IL

* Drive exceptional team performance and departmental KPIs * Innovate on processes to improve: * The Customer Experience. *Efficiency of Customer… Careerbuilder

23 hrs ago

Manager, Implementation Team, Recruitment Software – new

Careerbuilder Chicago, IL

For this reason, it is critical to have excellent communication skills, business process savvy, as well as strong organizational and time-management… Careerbuilder

28 days ago

Solutions Project Manager (Contractor)

Careerbuilder Chicago, IL

/Activities • Manages the implementation of multiple client solutions, the majority of which will be standard solutions. • Provides both… Careerbuilder

30+ days ago

Regional Manager, CB1 Customer Success

Careerbuilder Chicago, IL

The Regional Manager, CB1 Customer Success drives employee performance in managing creation and execution of personalized software customer success… Careerbuilder

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    I have been working at CareerBuilder full-time (More than 8 years)


    Benefits at CareerBuilder are great: Half day Fridays in the summer, wellness reimbursement, PTO is generous, and health insurance is phenomenal. The people- I've work with a lot of great people over the years.


    Careerbuilder has been a great place to work, but recently with our focus on becoming a SaaS company we've lost touch with our values. There's been a mass exodus of talent and more pressure than ever on those that remain. Salaries are below market and management is cliquish.

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    Reward employees who have stuck it out for the long haul. We've been number one for so long in the job board market that I think we've gotten too cocky. Indeed and LinkedIN are making major gains against us and we don't seem to be putting up a fight. Our software is great, but it only runs well if our bread and butter- driving candidates- remains intact.

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