Lots of potential but little alignment to regional needs
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Dublin – 11 October 2018
Company culture needs a lot of work. Team morale is very low. Teams not hitting their numbers, especially on the SaaS side. Very high attrition rates and overall, cloud products not market ready. Internal processes are driving lots of internal conflict and frustration.
Sales Executive for the Irish and UK Public Sector (Former Employee) – Dublin – 16 April 2018
As someone who was fresh out of college, I learned and experienced more than I clould have hoped for during my time at Oracle. I was privileged to work with people who were from all over the world, Oracle encouraged diversity in the workplace. The part of the job I struggled with most was at the beginning and trying to learn all of the products and services we catered for. However, it was later that I realised that was not the best way to spend my time and it was to learn from managers and more experienced collegues experiences and sale cycles, the various situtions they encountered and found themselves in. It was this I learned about the company and what we could offer other organistions and industries.
Global Sales Operations (Current Employee) – Ireland – 2 February 2018
The company is great to work for, providing a good work/life balance, with constant opportunities to grow. As part of operations organization, there are always interesting and challenging projects to be a part of. I was lucky to always have supporting managers, that do not practice micro-management and care more about the results.
The environment encourages you to grow, get training, enhance your skills. But it also challenges you, as it's a huge corporation with many wheels and pieces of the puzzle, moving at a very fast paced rate.
I guess the only down side is that for fixed salaries, there are no or very small pay raises over time. Most frequently new employees would get higher salaries compared to existing, more experienced employees.
If you are content with what you need from an office life, this is the place, look no further.
Best location with free parking. Creche nearby for your wee one(s).
Family friendly, Work from home is 100% assured if you are in good books with the management and peers, Very nice pay and flexi work schedule, Good people around you, Good social club at office, onsite dentist and physiotherapist, regular VHI health screening free of cost, Bayside office at Eastpoint dublin, Refreshing when you need a break.
Recruitment Coordinator (Former Employee) – Dublin – 24 November 2017
Would highly recommend. Great managers, very good salary and benefits, highest standard of training. High pressure, only for the most ambitious and hard working people. But it pays off so totally worth it.
Account Executive (Current Employee) – Dublin – 9 May 2018
Equilibre vie professionnelle vie personnelle excellent, heures de travail flexibles et raisonnables. Salaire correcte mais pas des plus compétitifs à Dublin. Possibilité de progresser vers des postes de commercial terrain ou manager en quelques années si la performance est la.
I would defined as a DIY company. If you want something cry for it. Great people and career advancement. Well trained managers Need to reinvent themselves on the way how to approach customers and sell certain products.
lots of customers, diversity of employees, good company if you want to change jobs from time to time
bureaucracy at management level can stop growth, no compensation reviews over time
Great company to understand global relationships and gives me good exposure to multi solution selling in a very competitive space. People I work with are really fun and very experienced. Good work life balance.
Good benefits, location not too bad. Payment structure fair.
I was lucky to get an internship at Oracle, there were 5 other interns which meant I wasn't alone. I worked within a team of 6 people and got the change to work on an external project which included working with people from around the world.
Oracle a good place place to work and your surrounded by good people
Business Analyst (Current Employee) – Eastpoint ,Alfie Byrne Road, Dublin 3 – 18 March 2015
Hours are long but the people I work for/with are great. My main reason for moving on is that I wish to broaden my experience. My overall name is to work in a number of different industry as a business analyst/consultant.
Challenging and Rewarding work place with many opportunities to growth internally.
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANT (Current Employee) – Dublin, Ireland – 16 May 2012
- It is all about planning new strategies to approach customer according to their specific industry and potential needs. - Oracle is a great place to work, training about product and sales methods are fully provided. - Management is well prepared and continuosly helping every rep to reach target while focusing in career progression - Oracle's culture is team focused, all co-workers are helpful and cooperative - the most challenging part of the job is to learn all products offered by Oracle - the most enjoyable part of the job are all daily, weekly and quarterly target and engaging conversation with customers about its projects.