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Senior Product Manager Interview
I applied through a recruiter – interviewed at Trulia in February 2015.
Applied through recruiter, followed by a phone screen. Phone screen went well and recruiter said she'd move forward with the hiring manager.
Similar to other reviews I've read, I sent two emails for follow-up and with no response. It would be professional if the recruiter could simply reply or give a response. Not sure who's running the recruiting team, but they need to get their act together.
- Nothing special - only questions about my past experience. Answer Question
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Senior Product Manager InterviewApplication Details
I applied in-person. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Trulia in June 2012.Interview Details
I had an outstanding offer from another company, so they were quick to fly me out to SF to meet with me after the initial phone screen with the hiring manager.
I met with 6 engineers and product folk. They were the typical, so "tell me about yourself" questions (2 of the interviewers had obviously not read my resume and asked me that while they scanned my resume). Two of the interviewers had marked up my resume with a red pen and asked me design questions, questions about the competition, about the real estate market, etc. Those were engaging conversations.
I'd spoken to the hiring manager on the phone twice already so most of our conversation was not about work. It was just to see if there would be a fit.
I was sure I'd get an offer (I did not).Interview Questions
No OfferNeutral ExperienceDifficult Interview
- None. What I found difficult is the fact that I got no feedback from HR on my interviews. Very strange because the HR person told me that they'd found other qualified candidates. The hiring manager told me that they'd found it very difficult to find qualified candidates. So, HR was just giving me a line. Why not tell me the truth? What was it about me that they didn't like? Answer Question