Recently I had a job interview, it worked out well and the company is just waiting for me to sign the contract.
It's a startup and they want to hire me as a kind of trailblazer. They have no other employees in my "department" yet, but want to build it up step by step.
During the interview I was very excited about the job, there are many things I really like about it. But after some time thinking about it I got more and more questions and concerns appearing in my mind, about their long term plans, their technology stack, their management plans and so on; things which will affect my work more or less. (I asked some questions about this already, but I didn't cover everything and in depth.)
Is it a bad sign for an employer if I'll raise so many questions and concerns afterwards? Will this let me look irresolute?
Update: I took Lazors advice to heart and arranged a call. It was definitely the right decision. I asked my open questions and in the end it turned out, that my concerns weren't far-fetched and my expectations and vision differed slightly too much from theirs. So I decided to decline the offer and to accept one from another company.
Thanks for your answers!