Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Lattice Engines
- Analytics Engineer (3)
- Software Engineer (2)
- Former Employee (1)
- Sales Development Representative (1)
- Engineer (1)
- Pre-Sales Engineer (1)
- Senior Analyst (1)
- Customer Success (1)
- Director Solution Delivery (1)
- Customer Solutions Manager/Director (1)
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 6+ weeks – interviewed at Lattice Engines (San Mateo, CA) in December 2012.
One initial database and ETL exam, one phone interview and 4 onsite interviews.
- Mostly ETL questions with interviews mainly looking for client orientation and cultural match Answer Question
Reasons for Declining
Low initial offer with questionable growth opportunities
I applied online – interviewed at Lattice Engines.
The interview process consisted of several rounds of meetings with 3-4 senior people. Each took turns asking a series of brain teasers, general mathematics questions, as well as personal questions. They were all very friendly.
- A brain teaser having to do hands rotating around a clock. Answer Question
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The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Lattice Engines in December 2011.
Applied in late October, didn't get a phone call until a few weeks later after playing phone tag. Had to follow up on phone calls in what seemed to be gaps of weeks. In their defense, it's a growing company with lots of HR needs. Slightly frustrating, but understandable.
Initial screener was typical- skills, future, etc. After that, received a SQL skills test. The test was relatively challenging, but if you know how to query very well, then it shouldn't be a problem. Test took about 5-6 hours to complete. Submitted it and went on vacation. Again, had to follow up after a couple more weeks after submittal (but again in their defense, it was around Thanksgiving time).
They flew me out to SF. Met with 4 people. All were very nice. 3 of the 4 interviews were getting-to-know-you. 1 was slightly more technical- client management/work philosophy, general statistics, SQL, report development.
Not too intense of an interview. Thought I did well, but didn't get the position. Everybody was amiable. Left with a positive impression.
- Too many to cite. ETL questions are proprietary. General ETL, statistics, work philosophy and client management. Answer Question