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HubSpot Dublin, Co. Dublin (Ireland) Reviews

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    Current Employee - Account Executive in Dublin, Co. Dublin (Ireland)
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HubSpot Dublin, Co. Dublin (Ireland) Photos

HubSpot photo of: HubSpot executives hosted a lively "Ask Me Anything" session for Dublin employees
HubSpot photo of: Brian Halligan recently taught the HubSpot HBS case to employees in Dublin.
HubSpot photo of: Our Dublin office hosted a panel of female leaders for International Women's Day.
HubSpot photo of: HubSpot's Director of Engineering Barbara McCarthy spearheaded efforts to reach diverse students in Dublin and increase their access to information about how to land a job in tech
HubSpot photo of: More than 75 students joined the day-long ConnectED event where they received hands-on tactical advice for approaching the tech job search
HubSpot photo of: Cheers to 11 years!

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HubSpot Dublin, Co. Dublin (Ireland) Salaries

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€83,968 per year
€83,968 per year
€56,794 per year
€56,794 per year
€31,781 per year

HubSpot Dublin, Co. Dublin (Ireland) Interviews



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    Community Coordinator Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Dublin, Co. Dublin (Ireland)
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at HubSpot (Dublin, Co. Dublin (Ireland)) in November 2018.


    I applied when the job was posted in August. In September I had a 30-minute phone interview with an HR rep. We had a great conversation and was immediately put at ease and learned a lot about the role. She informed me that they are creating the position and want to hire someone ASAP. Perfect!

    A week or so went by and was informed I was selected to move on to another short phone interview with the hiring manager. Again, I felt super comfortable and learned more about the role... all of it got me excited.

    Fast forward a week or so and I got an assignment to create three programs that would benefit one of the seven areas of development that the culture team focuses on: Work Life Balance, Diversity & Inclusion, Career Growth, New Hire Experience, etc. I had a weekend to complete that... then waited.

    In mid-October I heard I was selected to come in for a face-to-face interview! The interview was scheduled for... mid-November. This was four 30-minute interviews, half face-to-face, half via video.

    FINALLY at the END of November, I found out I was not selected for the position. This was particularly devastating because of the 3+ months I was preparing, reading, thinking about the role. I actually turned down a role I was offered during the process.

    The whole thing took ENTIRELY too long. If all of this was in a regular 3 week stretch, it would have been a wonderful experience, even though I didn’t get the position.

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