Bluewolf
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Bluewolf Account Sales Manager Interview Questions & Reviews

Updated Mar 12, 2014
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ISAM (Inside Sales Account Manager) Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate
San Francisco, CA

I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Bluewolf in January 2013.

Interview Details – This was the worst interview experience I have ever had. The recruiter, Lillian was extremely friendly and reached out to me on LinkedIn. We spoke on the phone for a while and she asked me to come into the office. They had just moved into a new office. There wasn't much space to conduct the interview. She asked me about my potential career path and I mentioned that I would one day like to go to business school. She was clearly disappointed in this and suggested that I leave that out---this was fine. Her mood changed from there.

I waited for a long time in the tiny room and people came in and out very quickly. I met with one employee who asked me one question about my competitive nature. Directly after I heard her talking to the recruiter in the other room. She said that I did not come off as very smart. She only asked me one question. She also complained about her job and a few of her coworkers. It was completely unprofessional and I am grateful that I did not end up working there! Horribly uncomfortable experience!

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Inside Sales Account Manager Interview

Anonymous Employee

Interviewed at Bluewolf

Interview Details – I had a phone interview as well as an in person interview.

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Inside Sales Account Manager Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate
Denver, CO

I applied online and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Bluewolf in December 2012.

Interview Details – The hiring process started with a phone screening interview which was pretty basic. The recruiter invited me in for an in-person interview when she was in town the following week. We met in a hotel lobby because the office was still being finished. She was 15 minutes late to the interview, and called me while I was waiting to see if I was at the hotel. This "interview" felt like a joke. I wasn't asked one question about myself. She just wanted to know what questions I had for her. I was invited back to a group/social interview the following week. There were about 8 Bluewolf employees and 30 people being interviewed. It felt like a bridal recession where people were fighting their way in to talk to the Bluewolf employees. Very different kind of interview environment. I was called that evening and invited back for a more formal interview in the morning. I had six interviews in the morning with some of the same people I spoke with the previous night, ending with the CEO. Some interviews were very casual while others were more challenging. Everyone was focused on "how hungry you are". I got business cards and wrote follow up emails to thank everyone for their time. I heard back from one person. I never heard back from the recruiter and followed up with her two times. I understand they went with someone else, but for the amount of time I took to interview, it was very rude and unprofessional for the recruiter to not send any kind of rejection email/call. From what I've read on here, it sounds like this is common for her to do. Overall, most of the people I met were very nice. The recruiter was nice but very unprofessional. Her emails had misspellings and grammar errors. She made up a couple words when we were talking too like "expediate" instead of "expedite". Not a good representation of the company and very sour experience.

Interview Question – Tell me about how you're competitive in nature.   Answer Question

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Insides Sales Account Manager Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate
Chicago, IL

I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Bluewolf.

Interview Details – Contacted me over the phone to set up an interview, and then met with members of the team face to face.

Interview Question – They honestly did not really ask me any questions. Only the third person that interviewed me took it seriously, but the other employees just talked to me about their lives.   Answer Question

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Inside Sales Account Manager Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate
New York, NY

The process took 2 days - interviewed at Bluewolf in December 2011.

Interview Details – Began with a phone interview that went really well. Was told they wanted me to come in to the NYC office. In person interview was very short and didn't get much of a chance to advertise myself. It almost appeared like the position I was being interviewed for was already filled. Didn't call me when they told me they would. Called on my own and was told they went with a more experienced candidate. I understand companies need to do what's best but I felt the interview process was very unprofessional. I have no idea why I was told to come in for a face to face interview with a hiring manager that already appeared to have their minds made up. My time is just as valuable as theirs.

Interview Question – Why do you want to work here?   Answer Question

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Inside Sales Account Manager Interview

Anonymous Employee
New York, NY

The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Bluewolf in September 2011.

Interview Details – The interview process first started out with a phone interview with an internal recruiter, just asking basic questions. After the phone interview with the internal recruiter, I then had a phone interview with a hiring manager where she then asked more job specific interview questions. I was out of the NY office so then I had a video chat interview with another hiring manager, and then I was offered the job and accepted!

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Inside Sales Account Manager Interview

Anonymous Employee
New York, NY

The process took 1+ week - interviewed at Bluewolf in June 2011.

Interview Details – I had been in contact with the recruiters for a long time before I finally interviewed. Once I was able to set up a skype interview the process was really fast. I had the skype interview and then went into the office for an in-person interview and presentation. I had to give a 5 minute presentation about where I saw myself in 5 years. It was a really cool presentation because it gave me the opportunity to be creative and to show my personality and goals. Once I gave my presentation I was offered the postion on the spot!

Interview Question – What are your three worst personality traits?   Answer Question

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Inside Sales Account Manager Interview

Anonymous Employee
New York, NY

The process took 2 days - interviewed at Bluewolf in September 2011.

Interview Details – Bluewolf was great with communicating with me from the get go. I found about about Bluewolf through Crain's Top Places to Work in NYC list. After applying online I heard back pretty quickly and set up a time for me to come down to New York the following week for an in person interview. I interviewed with three people about my qualifications as well as getting to know me personally. Things went well and I was invited back th next day to give a brief 10 minute presentation on where I see myself in 5 years. The goal with this is to not only see my presentation skills but also to see how creative I could be. This ended and after some follow up correspondence I heard within the week that I got the job offer.

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Negotiation Details – There wasn't really any sort of negotiation process. I recieved the offer and didn't really feel as if I had all that much room for negotiation. As the RAMP program is more of training period before the Account Manager position when you get a raise and are able to recieve benefits, I didn't really think that I had much room to negotiate my offer. The one nice thing about Bluewolf though is there vacation/time off policy which is pretty relaxed compared to many other work places as long as you don't abuse it and this really appealed to me.

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Inside Sales Account Manager Interview

Anonymous Employee

I applied through college or university and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Bluewolf in June 2011.

Interview Details – First they came to my college campus to conduct a round of interviews, then they invited us back to one of the offices for an in person round robin interview and also gave us the opportunity to shadow current employees. After meeting with a slew of individuals of varying levels we were then brought back for a 5 minute presentation in which we had to give our short and long term goals, both professional and social and how Bluewolf and the ISAM program would help us out. The interview process was extensive and encompassed several different individuals which demonstrated the company's interest in wanting to learn more about their potential employees.

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