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DocuSign Seattle, WA (US)

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DocuSign Seattle, WA (US) Reviews

  • "Great company culture"

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    Current Employee - Software Engineer(Internship) in Seattle, WA (US)
    Current Employee - Software Engineer(Internship) in Seattle, WA (US)

    I have been working at DocuSign full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Great benefits, and great people

    Cons

    Work isnt easy, but it is rewarding

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DocuSign Seattle, WA (US) Photos

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DocuSign Seattle, WA (US) Jobs

DocuSign Seattle, WA (US) Salaries

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$44,850 per year
$38k
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DocuSign Seattle, WA (US) Interviews

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  1. Helpful (6)  

    Corporate Sales Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Seattle, WA (US)
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview

    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at DocuSign (Seattle, WA (US)) in December 2013.

    Interview

    I was actively pursued for this role, but what a complete waste of time. They were apparently recruiting for 3 or was it 4? They didn't seem to know, Sales Managers. One of which may report directly to the VP of Sales, but again, not to sure.

    The recruiter was hopeless. No job description, no commutation as to what the roles really were or how they were defined and the salary level changed 3 times.

    I interviewed with three of the current Sales Managers, despite being told that my interview would initially be with the VP of Sales. The interviews all started late. Not one of the managers I met could really explain to me the long term opportunities for individual growth or the future vision of the company beyond where it is today.

    They seemed more interested in finding reasons not to hire than reasons to hire, hence why the positions are still open today.

    Nobody could confirm the salary level for the role or how it was measured.

    It seems you have to have a face that fits or a previous connection to get in at a management level here and the lack of vision or planning when it comes to the recruitment process and the future of the sales team is rather shocking.

    I'm sure you can go in as an individual contributor and do ok without this nonsense, but given the reviews on Glassdoor, I'm not sure why you would.

    Interview Questions

    • None, it was relatively normal   1 Answer
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