Salesforce Success Manager - Director compensation

Intel paperworks
Oct 15, 2017 5 Comments

I'm working with a recruiter at Salesforce to work in the Boston area as Success Manager with 12+ years experience. The woman who referred me said SF doesn't pay for relocation as a practice. I'm currently in Oregon at Intel. How can I nudge the conversation to work in my favor for a move? Could a signing bonus (see below) could be the best path to take?

What is the average salary / package offered for this type of position? I've seen quite a range on Glassdoor - 125k - 175k.

Assuming an offer is presented, I want to negotiate on a signing bonus to compensate for stock vesting at Intel, annual bonus, and Q1 bonus, which would amount to 20k. How much pushback should I anticipate?


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TOP 5 Comments
  • Salesforce Ickdnrndi
    Typically SMs are not an in office role. IE - you work from home or onsite at client. Doubt they would relocate this role, maybe ask about SMs openings in the West regions...
    Oct 16, 2017 0
  • Salesforce utry2hard
    Find the same role in the West
    Nov 10, 2017 0
  • Salesforce BlindTwo
    Salesforce recruiters are pretty easy to negotiate with I think. They will lowball and then if you say you are not happy they will go up easily. Relocation signing bonus is for office jobs only. I would ask for more RSU. They bumped my rsu package by 30%
    Oct 23, 2017 0
  • Salesforce JGSo81
    Completely depends on the hiring manager, their budget and their team. You should absolutely try and negotiate and you should ask for help on relocation. I know hiring managers who will give sign ons as a way to help offset move cost.
    Oct 23, 2017 0
  • Salesforce nEDW11
    SM is focused on customer success. You will either work from home or be at a client site . It does not require relo so I doubt SF will pay for any relocation.

    I don't think that there is any signing bonus either.
    Oct 16, 2017 0


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