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5 days ago

Director of Human Resources

Vocus Beltsville, MD

Vocus is looking for a passionate Human Resources professional with a strong generalist background including benefits and compensation. In this… Vocus

16 days ago

Business Development Associate

Vocus Beltsville, MD

As a Business Development Associate, you will have the opportunity to work in a dynamic and innovative environment as you learn the ins and outs of… Vocus

16 days ago

Search Engine Marketing Manager

Vocus Beltsville, MD

• Develop keyword lists and ad copy for search campaigns • Create new paid search campaigns… Vocus

10 days ago

Key Account Sales

Vocus Beltsville, MD

As a key account sales representative focused on the small business market, you will have the opportunity to work in a dynamic and competitive sales… Vocus

10 days ago

PR Sales Consultant (Mid Market)

Vocus Beltsville, MD

As a Mid-Market PR Sales Consultant, you will have the opportunity to work with an array of audiences including B2B, Non-Profit, Higher Education, PR… Vocus

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Peter Granat
10 Ratings

    Huge potential, good people, lots of change

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    Current Employee - Sales  in  Beltsville, MD
    Current Employee - Sales in Beltsville, MD

    I have been working at Vocus full-time for more than 3 years


    Tons of career opportunity available at relatively early stages on one's career. Good money to made if you're willing to work for it. Great people....they are what keep you here. Strong SaaS B2B product. Untapped potential. Great amenities at the office, including basketball court & gym. Good work-life balance, not a hardcore sales environment. Top employees have always been taken care of. Awesome incentive trips.


    Working in Beltsville, not a very desirable place. Constant change. Turmoil & uncertainty with the acquisition, and also the investment in the Marketing Suite. Lack of leadership over the last 5 years in terms of direction & investments necessary (but hopefully thats changed with the new management).

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Improve communications. Improve relations between departments. Improve data & make smarter decisions moving forward based on that data. Move the company, or at least a portion of it into DC and attract more top DC talent.