LinkedIn Jobs & Careers in San Francisco, CA


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30+ days ago

Business Operations - Content Products, Associate/Sr. Associate

LinkedIn San Francisco, CA

• Partner with Product leadership behind growth and engagement products at LinkedIn. • Develop in-depth understanding for what drives engagement… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Account Manager, Marketing Solutions

LinkedIn San Francisco, CA

As an Account Manager at LinkedIn we are focused on driving customer satisfaction and retention by delivering effective marketing solutions and world… Glassdoor


1 day ago

Senior Operations Manager, Global Sales Effectiveness – new

LinkedIn San Francisco, CA

• Develop and build our process around content development, build/buy/partner model, metrics and project management based on industry standards and… Glassdoor


22 days ago

Small Business Relationship Manager, Talent Solutions

LinkedIn San Francisco, CA

Drive revenue • Proactive selling and growing the account off-cycle is a key aspect of the success of an RM. This is not just an Account Manager… Glassdoor


24 days ago

Business Operations, Global Sales Organization

LinkedIn San Francisco, CA

• Analyze talent solutions, marketing solutions, or sales solutions business health and develop deep understanding of evolving value drivers… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Manager, Insights Programs, LinkedIn Talent Solutions

LinkedIn San Francisco, CA

Embedding new insights into our sales, marketing, and client teams is a multidisciplinary end-to-end endeavor. It starts with data analysis, primary… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Contract Assignment Sales Recruiter, Marketing Solutions

LinkedIn San Francisco, CA

As the next member of the team you will impact the way recruitment is handled at one of the most important recruiting organizations in the world. We… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Multimedia Designer, Sales Solutions

LinkedIn San Francisco, CA

• Develop various forms of media such as eLearning, presentations, print collateral, rich media, animation, simulation, interactive web modules, and… Glassdoor


15 days ago

Research Associate

LinkedIn San Francisco, CA

• Draw on SQL expertise and a deep understanding of LinkedIn’s data warehouse to assess the feasibility of potential surveys. • Execute multiple… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

SMB Account Executive, Sales Solutions

LinkedIn San Francisco, CA

A successful SMB Account Executive will be a strong advocate for LinkedIn Sales Solutions by demonstrating social selling skills in their own sales… Glassdoor


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    Great, exciting company with poor management and leadership opportunities.

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    Former Employee - Campaign Manager in San Francisco, CA (US)
    Former Employee - Campaign Manager in San Francisco, CA (US)

    I worked at LinkedIn full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Very smart people, great perks (free meals, beautiful office spaces, education reimbursement, etc.), great products, innovative and forward-thinking company vision, excellent executive leadership.

    Cons

    Poor advancement opportunities. I went to LinkedIn specifically to advance my career, making it very clear when I got hired that my biggest fear was doing the same thing I had previously done. LinkedIn poached me, so I thought the hiring manager would have realized they couldn't expect me to do the same thing for a year.

    Unfortunately, this is exactly what happened, so I left a year later. Ad Operations is notorious for this in the industry, but it is especially true at LinkedIn. It seems exciting because LinkedIn is an awesome company with very smart people, but it has also grown far too quickly to give real career opportunities to the majority of employees. Many in my department either leave the department or company in order to find their next step. Senior titles aren't really different. They need to seriously reevaluate their advancement structure.

    The middle managers also aren't great. They don't have enough experience to really help support the ICs and are also very lacking in their ability to have career conversations or provide training. Leadership also had a lack of professionalism that I don't think is right to talk about here, but made me lose a lot of respect for the company.

    Big picture - The company is a great, exciting company to work for. I would recommend working here, but not as a Campaign Manager to anyone that has experience in it. Great for a first job, not so great for a second or third.

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    Hire better managers! People don't quit companies, they quit bosses. Tons of people have left my department since I left, so I would take a very serious look at the management within Ad Operations. Also, don't just hire the smartest - hire people you can actually provide long careers for.

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