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I worked at Simply Hired as an intern (less than an year)Pros
The work involved as an intern really made me feel like a team member and, more importantly, taught me a lot about the professional software process. As I was involved in every stage of a product's development (from inception to release), I can say that I walked away with a lot more than new programming skills. The people there were the best part and I always felt comfortable asking for help or advice.Cons
I occasionally felt that departments and teams were out of sync.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Don't change anything about the internship program, other than perhaps growing it in size.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at Simply Hired in August 2014.Interview Details
I first received a call from the HR associate, who went over my profile, salary expectations, possible date of joining etc. I was told I will next receive a call from the VP of Marketing. I instead received a call from another recruiter who helps screen for these roles, as opposed to the SVP. My hiring process ended there, thankfully.Interview Questions
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- My resume states that I have over 5 years of experience at a certain company in a certain role. The 2nd interviewer wanted to know extremely basic details, for example, tell me how you add a set of keywords to an account, which is not a test of skill. The questions were too generic, for example, how would you optimize an account. I think there was no interview prep from the interviewers stand point. I can safely say this because I was a former interviewer myself and interviewed individuals for the same role. Ideally, present the candidate with an example, "lets say I am company X and my product is Y, XYZ is the website's URL. Can you take a look at this and let me know what your keyword list would look like." I would have liked to be quizzed on account-level strategy as opposed to general questions on how to generate a keyword list, etc. Answer Question
Simply Hired is a job search engine that collects job listings from all over the web, including company career pages, job boards and niche job websites. Then, similar to major search engines such as Google and Yahoo!, Simply Hired matches and displays relevant jobs to job seekers on the Simply Hired website, mobile app, and numerous partner sites. Simply Hired lists job openings from more than 20,000 employers on the US site. The company operates job search engines in 24 countries and 12 languages. In 2013, Simply Hired was named a ‘Top job search website’ by Forbes and PC...