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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Gilbert, AZ – Reviewed Feb 24, 2013
Interview Details – The interview process was comprehensive but also fun. The application process requires you to actually showcase your work by completing a mini project that is lighthearted. Then follows the typical phone interview and then the in person interview.
Interview Question – What Infusionsoft core value appeals to you the most? View Answer
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Gilbert, AZ Sep 2008 – Reviewed Aug 27, 2012
Interview Details – Phone interview, tech interview, 2 weeks of on boarding
Interview Question – programming challenge Answer Question
Declined Offer – Interviewed in Gilbert, AZ Jul 2012 – Reviewed Aug 7, 2012
Interview Details – very detailed and technical oriented. Had a phone screen by a senior engineer, then onsite with 3 other senior developers. Did some coding on paper, and then finish a hands-on project. This is the real thing to test a developer.
Interview Question – Onsite hands-on developing a real program. No much time for you to think much in detail and needs to be a real programmer. This is great Answer Question
Reason for Declining – By the time I got offer from them, I already accepted another offer. It is a pitty to miss it
No Offer – Reviewed Oct 29, 2012
Interview Details –
They started with two phone interviews that were pretty basic. Both felt like fizzbuzz-style technical screens. After that, they invited me in for an in-person interview. They had a few verbal and a few written questions. The verbal questions were pretty standard, but the written questions felt like they were copies out of a textbook. Then they gave me a computer and had me write code! The interviewers were very polite and professional and the whole process up until that point was great.
A few days after that interview, I got an email from the hiring manager that they liked me and they just needed me to go hang out with the team to make sure our personalities meshed. Then they could start talking about an offer. I agreed and said that I would love to set up a time to meet. They never responded. I emailed and called them every few days for a month and heard nothing. I still have no idea what to think of this.
Interview Question – The written questions really seemed like they were out of a textbook or a college exam. They were the only non-practical part of the interview. Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Reviewed Sep 5, 2012
Interview Details – There are multiple interviews everyone goes through in the hiring process. Just be yourself and you will do fine.
Interview Question – I am a former employee that returned and didnt go through the interview process Answer Question
Declined Offer – Interviewed in Apr 2012 – Reviewed Jul 1, 2012
Interview Details –
After having interviewed for the role, it became clear that the direct manager that the role would be reporting to was relatively confused and worried because of the level of industry acumen that was shared with them during out interview. At one point in time, the interviewer stated that this role is 'too senior for your' and then at another time after that 'you would be great on my team'. The whole interview of getting things set up took way too long. After hearing more from the interviewer, it became clear to me that the interviewer was concerned that I might be a bit more qualified for their job. At the end of the interview, I asked to have my application removed as I did not feel as if it was a great fit.
The primary concern I have is that if a hiring manager is looking for a candidate to interview for these roles, they should 1) have a clear understanding of what the role is to do and how that will help drive value and 2) identify candidates that they are looking to fill the role with the right level of experience...more senior candidates will not be so easily to outshine.
Reason for Declining – I withdrew my application...became clear that progressing further would create a point of contention between interviewer and my role especially with a major experience gap that was evident.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Oct 2009 – Reviewed Jul 12, 2010
Interview Details – I applied online from a position posted on their website. I received a call from one of their recruiters and had a phone interview. Then they scheduled me for a 1:1 interview about 1 week later. After completing that interview I was given a homework assignment to watch a video and send them my thoughts about it via email. I was then scheduled for a panel interview about 1 week later that consisted of a 2 VP's and 1 Director. After completing that I met with the CEO the same day for about 15 minutes. I was offered the position a few days later and started about a week to two later. They have a great on-boarding process that consists of 2 weeks of a company overview, departmental training and cross training in other departments.
Interview Question – What is the most important thing to you? View Answer
Negotiation Details – I was not able to negotiate too much due to being out of work for 11 months prior to the offer. Most negotiating will happen prior to the offer. This means that they want to make an offer that you will accept and not negotiate too much after that. They have a board of directors that has to approve all manager salaries, bonus structure and stock options.
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