Onvia Jobs & Careers in Seattle, WA

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11 days ago

Accounts Payable & Payroll Specialist

Onvia Seattle, WA

• AP processing, check runs, bank deposits, Medical/dental claim reports, and petty cash reconciliation • Payroll processing, check runs and… Glassdoor

11 days ago

Digital Marketing Manager, E-Commerce

Onvia Seattle, WA

• Drive profitable sales on the new platform through a combination of SEO, SEM, Social and Paid advertising. • Recommend the optimal level of… Glassdoor

11 days ago

Business Development Associate

Onvia Seattle, WA

• Makes outbound calls to prospects who have expressed interest in learning more about Onvia. • Calling and qualifying sales leads… Glassdoor

11 days ago

Segment Marketing Manager

Onvia Seattle, WA

• Vertical content focus- Identify content and messages that resonate with our vertical target market and execute marketing tactics that generate… Glassdoor

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Onvia President, CEO, and Director Henry (Hank) Riner
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    Former Employee - Product Team Contractor in Seattle, WA
    Former Employee - Product Team Contractor in Seattle, WA

    I worked at Onvia as a contractor (less than an year)


    The people I interacted with were very smart and dedicated to the job at hand. I felt that my skills were valued on the project I worked on. The product itself seems to have great potential and I enjoyed seeing the impact of my work. Fun environment to work in - lots of morale/networking event opportunities.


    Departments seemed silo-ed - although there was a concerted effort to help boost interdepartmental communication during my time at the company.

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    I'd recommending providing more on-boarding for contractors. I was hired on during a transition with HR and received limited orientation to the company and the office/IT environment (I also had to wait 2+ weeks to receive a key card). While I understand that contractors aren't FTE employees, a little bit of an orientation to the different teams, resources, and goals of the company would be beneficial.

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