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Westminster, CO
1001 to 5000 employees
Company - Public (DGI)
Computer Hardware & Software
$500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year
Airbus, Skybox Imaging, Planet
DigitalGlobe is the global leader in commercial high-resolution satellite imagery used by decision makers to better understand our changing planet in order to save lives, resources and time. Sourced from the world's leading constellation, our imagery solutions ... Read more

Mission: To help people view our world clearly, see its vast potential, make decisions with confidence and build a better future for all of us.

DigitalGlobe Reviews

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Daniel Jablonsky
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  • "Sr. Staff Systems Engineer"

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    I have been working at DigitalGlobe full-time


    Excellent people. Innovative tech. Meaningful work. Great benefits.


    None exist worth mentioning here.

    Advice to Management

    Keep it up!

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DigitalGlobe Photos

DigitalGlobe photo of: A Human DG!
DigitalGlobe photo of: DigitalGlobe recruiters at the Society of Satellite Professionals International Recruiting Mission at Purdue University
DigitalGlobe photo of: DigitalGlobe recruiters at the Society of Satellite Professionals International Recruiting Mission at Purdue University
DigitalGlobe photo of: DigitalGlobe celebrated Earth Day with Peterson Middle School in Sunnyvale, California. Buckets were provided to all students so they can help to conserve water in California’s drought.
DigitalGlobe photo of: DG was well-represented at the Colorado Women in Technology Conference June 10, 2016.
DigitalGlobe photo of: DigitalGlobe team members supporting the White House Mapathon - July 2016
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DigitalGlobe Interviews



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    Program Control Analyst Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Chantilly, VA
    No Offer
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    Easy Interview


    I applied online. The process took 6 days. I interviewed at DigitalGlobe (Chantilly, VA) in September 2017.


    I was contacted for an interview. Before coming in, I was asked to submit pre-screen questions. The security officer was very professional. At the interview, I did not meet the hiring manager, but the Program Control Analyst herself and was able to learn of the position, the duties, the company structure and expectations. I was invited back in for the second interview to meet with the hiring manager. After a little mishap of setting up the interview on a holiday, I came in the second time ready for the interview, only to learn it was a bad day and the manager had no time to see me. The mishap was blamed on the HR contractor. So I went home. Later on, I received an email message with a conference number to call in for the interview. The night before, I received a message saying the company found a better candidate. This place is so unorganized and it treats people with no respect or professionalism.

    Interview Questions

    • Provide information about my previous positions and experiences. It was more of an information exchange session than an interview.   1 Answer
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Company Updates

  • Find out how our WorldView-3 satellite enabled us to See Freedom and help expose a slave fishing operation.

    See Freedom

    Only DigitalGlobe can create images of wildfires that help responders see the ground beneath the smoke. Our shortwave infrared sensors see beyond the visible spectrum to help firefighters locate flame fronts and hotspots on the ground - empowering them to make critical, heat-of-the-moment decisions. Use our industry-leading earth imaging capabilities to help you reveal hidden insights.

  • What does the impact of the Syrian war look like from space? BBC News investigates with high-resolution DigitalGlobe satellite imagery and NASA weather satellite data:

    Syria from Space

    How power became a pawn in the Syrian conflict Electricity, like other commodities, has been used by the warring sides to exert pressure on opponents. Across Syria, people survive with little to no power, with a knock-on effect on other basics like water supplies.

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DigitalGlobe Awards & Accolades

  • Top Workplaces 2017, Top Workplaces, 2017
  • Achievers 50 Most Engaged Workplaces in North America 2016, Achievers 50, 2016
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