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Thycotic Interview Questions & Reviews

Updated Jul 11, 2014
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Account Manager Interview

Account Manager
Washington, DC

I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Thycotic in June 2014.

Interview Details – initial add on craigslist, called in and left voicemail as well as sending in resume and cover letter (FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS PERFECTLY AS WRITTEN ON PARTICULAR JOB POST), set up an initial hour long phone interview with friendly staff member who got to know me and my credentials, a week later spoke to the CEO for an hour on another call and walked through essentially the same thing, invited in for 3-4 hour in office interview with CEO and 3 others present, met the team, learned the program and products, and did my own sales pitch from my last job to impress them.

great office, friendly people, open atmosphere, food and drink offered upon walking in, very comfortable, already felt like I worked there, very professional

Interview Question – Sell us on something (45 minutes) BETTER HAVE A GOOD PITCH EXAMPLE
What makes you think you can adapt to selling long business cycles?
What makes you think you can learn tech terms and the business effectively with no experience?
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Negotiation Details – salary is plainly given, phenomenal benefits, didn't worry about negotiation


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Engineer Interview

Engineer
Washington, DC

I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Thycotic in April 2013.

Interview Details – First you email in your resume, cover letter, and a code sample found on the company website. Later, a 'Personal Life/Office Culture' phone interview, which is all of the non-technical stuff you would expect in a phone interview. Then a Technical phone interview, asking about code, code experience, accomplishments. If you pass those hurdles, you will be invited to an on-site interview where you will work with our fantastic developers and see if you really sync with the team. After that, an offer will be considered.

Interview Question – Most difficult question is common: Where do you see yourself in five years.   View Answer

Negotiation Details – I was offered far more than my average expectation.


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Engineer Interview

Engineer
Washington, DC

I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Thycotic in June 2009.

Interview Details – Had an initial phone interview, then an in-person pair-programming session.

Interview Question – For me, the most difficult "question" was performing during the in-person programming session. I was inexperienced with the technology, and it is a credit to them that they could see some potential and hire me regardless.   Answer Question

Thycotic CEO responded to this review

May 1, 2014

Thanks for providing this information. Our interview process is meant to be difficult because our work environment is challenging. The goal is to make sure the candidate knows what their day to day ... More

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