Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Cobalt
- Account Advocate (20)
- Software Engineer (8)
- Digital Advertising Analyst (4)
- Digital Solutions Manager (4)
- PowerSEO Specialist (3)
- Senior Software Engineer (3)
- Digital Advertising Specialist (2)
- SEO Specialist (2)
- Marketing Manager (2)
- Manager (2)
- Team Manager (1)
- Tech Support (1)
- Business Intelligence Analyst II (1)
- Data Scientist (1)
- Client Technical Analyst (1)
- Software Applications Engineer IV (1)
- Account Manager (1)
- Client Services Manager (1)
- Senior User Experience Designer (1)
- Instructional Designer (1)
- Email Marketing (1)
- Email Marketing Specialist (1)
- Data Analyst (1)
- Digital Marketing Manager (1)
- Technical Support Representative (1)
- Product Manager (1)
- Product Marketing Manager (1)
- Summer Intern (1)
- Services, Manager (1)
- IFS Order Specialist (1)
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 days – interviewed at Cobalt (Seattle, WA) in March 2011.
Interview process consisted of a screening phone call from a HR recruiter, personality/skills test on-line, three 1:1 interviews with peer managers, 1:1 interview with Director, conversation with HR, and 1:1 interview with V.P. of the organization.
I was able to negotiate my salary. The HR recruiter gave me an idea of the salary range for the position.
Other Interview Reviews for Cobalt
Manager InterviewNo OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 5+ weeks – interviewed at Cobalt in October 2009.
Disorganized and chaotic. My gut told me that if the difficulty in scheduling the interview was reflective of what would it be like on the inside working for this manager. It may have been a one-off or perhaps just with this particular manager/recruiter combo.
I like the company and think they have a great future. Only wished this had turned our far differently than it had, but am grateful for the insight it offered.
- How would you handle someone trying to usurp your control of X? Surprised in hearing this because it tells me could be lack of structure/protocol within the company. Not a lot of employees in the co. Answer Question