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I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Bitly (Denver, CO)
Very friendly people in all interviews. Questions were fair and thoughtful. I left feeling like they wanted to see my best. The product/management team was extremely intentional about finding people that fit Bitly's culture.
- Questions around API's and API integrations.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Bitly (United States)
30 minute interview with recruiter. Passing that I was asked to do a take home coding project. The take home project involved create an new REST API endpoint by taking data from a couple of different existing API endpoints. It was a fun but challenging project. They suggested the project would take 3-4 hrs but that time was unrealistic. After passing the coding challenge I had a 30 minute video interview the director of engineering. Most of that interview consisted going over your background and experience. There was an strong desire to understand what if any experience you had designing REST APIs.
- What would be your perfect position?
I applied online. I interviewed at Bitly (United States)
It went very smoothly. I could tell they thought and cared a lot about the interview process and it really showed. They were extremely thoughtful and very forthcoming throughout the process.
- Lots of behavioral questions and some technical questions about my experience and a technical design in the in-person interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Bitly (United States)
Phone Interview with corporate recruiter, then Director of Customer Success. I had an onsite the following week that consisted of 4 interviews and took roughly 2 hours and final interview was with the VP of Customer Success over zoom.
- -Walk me through your resume.. -What previous experience do you have working with existing clients and maintaining relationships? -How would you handle a client that is looking to cancel? -What are your career goals? -What are some challenges you face when dealing with customers? -Why do you want this type of position/role and why would you be a good fit? -What are you looking for in your next role?
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Bitly (New York, NY) in Sep 2019
HR will reach out and schedule a phone interview with him. Then it's another phone interview with the head of the department. After that, they will schedule a 2-hour on-site interview with four different people in the team.
- Why Bitly?
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Bitly (United States) in Sep 2019
I applied to Bitly online via LinkedIn. A recruiter reached out to set up an initial phone screen interview. Next I completed a phone interview with the hiring manager. I visited the office to interview with two team members and the hiring manager. The final step was to interview with the department VP via video chat. Received an offer very shortly after.
- Describe your past experience. How do you prioritize different accounts? How would you approach an account trying to downgrade/cancel?
I applied through an employee referral The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Bitly (San Francisco, CA) in Sep 2019
The interview process was great! I was connected to a recruiter right away as I was a referral. We had a 30 min intro call where I got to give an overview of myself and then hear more details on the role. The recruiter was very knowledgeable of the role and if he didn't know the answer to something, he directed me to ask the correct person in my next interview. I then had a 30 min call with the hiring manager and was asked to come onsite for a 2 hour interview. I met with 2 Senior Account managers, a Senior Account Executive and finally the hiring manager. Everyone was super easy to talk to and it felt more like a natural conversation than an interview which I really enjoyed.
- Explain a typical client life cycle for you. And then at what point would you approach the renewal conversation and how would you go about doing this?
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Bitly (New York, NY) in Aug 2019
The standard interview process, however, what stood out was the engagement and communication of the team. Process included: • Initial recruiter screening • Stakeholders interview(s) • Presentation to panel The best interviewing process I have ever experienced!
- What questions do you have? Critical in showing your understanding of the role you are applying for and interest.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Bitly (Denver, CO) in Jul 2019
The interview process is VERY lengthy so be ready for many interviews, assignments / tests, and presentations. After many screens, there is a homework assignment, then a group interview, more 1 on 1 interviews, and finally a panel presentation.
- What do you think makes a great Product Manager?
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Bitly (San Francisco, CA) in Jun 2019
I was contacted by a recruiter, had a brief recruiter conversation, a 30 minute call with the hiring manager, an onsite consisting of 5 interviews with mostly potential team members. The on-site was mostly with technical and product staff for the team. One interview was a culture fit with a project manager from elsewhere in the company. Most interviews contained broad questions about approach and thought process. One interview was a case study where we went in depth.
- How would you bootstrap a data problem if you didn't have a readily available dataset?