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ClickSoftware Interview Questions

Updated Oct 31, 2017
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  1.  

    Sales Team Lead Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at ClickSoftware.

    Interview

    I was not impressed by the process, low engagement and follow through. It has been over two weeks since the in person interview and I haven't heard from the recruiter or hiring manager despite reaching out. The job description was not in alignment with what the interviewers were actually wanting to hire for.

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  2.  

    Marketing Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Burlington, MA
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at ClickSoftware (Burlington, MA) in May 2017.

    Interview

    Interview process was straightforward. The hiring manager and HR/recruiting team were responsive and helpful. The interview questions that were asked were directly related to the responsibilities and requirements of the position.

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  3.  

    Sales Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Burlington, MA
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4 days. I interviewed at ClickSoftware (Burlington, MA) in January 2017.

    Interview

    The interview process was great! Jen was incredibly helpful in guiding me through the process and sending correspondence frequently and in an organized manner. She was also very responsive via email and phone and answered my questions quickly. Additionally, interviewing with the team members I am currently working with was a great experience. It gave me a better sense of who I would be working with and there expectations.

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  4.  

    Sales Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Boston, MA
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at ClickSoftware (Boston, MA).

    Interview

    Very thorough. Informative, exploratory, really had a good sense of the kind of company I could work for. Very honest leadership, very clear expectations set forth. Human Resources were very transparent regarding questions about benefits, salary range etc right up front. It was a very strategic and well thought out process.

    Interview Questions

    • Desirable your vision in a company like this three years from now...   1 Answer

  5.  

    Marketing Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Burlington, MA
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at ClickSoftware (Burlington, MA) in August 2015.

    Interview

    Phone screening, in-person interview. Both lasted about 20-30 minutes each. I met with the person in marketing I would be aiding, as well as the marketing manager briefly. It was a typical interview process, nothing too challenging or strange.

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  6. Helpful (4)  

    Support Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Burlington, MA
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Easy Interview

    Application

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at ClickSoftware (Burlington, MA) in July 2013.

    Interview

    it was very nice interview, great people, the interview included basic professional questions and questions regard the personality. in addition, it included more problem solving tests.

    Interview Questions

    • all the questions were absolutely relevant and expected.   Answer Question

  7.  

    AE/AM Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Boston, MA
    Accepted Offer
    Negative Experience
    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at ClickSoftware (Boston, MA) in September 2012.

    Interview

    2 face to face interviews and one telephone interview. Elevator pitch, presentation on product and presentation on a previous contract you have closed. First face to face was two personnel, second was the presentation piece with panel of three and finally telephone interview.

    Interview Questions

    • Around their products - expectation you would have detailed knowledge of products.   Answer Question

    Negotiation

    No negotiations. Just offered after interviews.

  8. Helpful (2)  

    Sales Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Burlington, MA
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at ClickSoftware (Burlington, MA) in November 2011.

    Interview

    Was told I would be interviewing with HR as round 1, then would proceed from there. Day of interview, received phone call that HR person I was scheduled with was sick and could I move it out a day with a different person. I agreed.

    Day of interview, received call on my cell, by which I had told recruiter to call land line, so called back on home office number. She proceeded to tell me about the company, the products and customers. I interjected and stated "for an HR person, you are very knowledgeable in these areas!" by which she replied, "I'm the hiring manager..."

    Had a GREAT dialog, conversation went both ways, she was very interested in my past success and felt I would be of value add within the organization. We actually went over the allotted hour but due to good conversation.

    At the end of the interview, I asked if she felt I would be a good fit and she replied yes, your background on certain area's would be most helpful as we are lacking in them. She asked if I had any additional questions by which I stated no, however could I email her later if I had any additional questions and she said yes and even offered up my her cell phone number and told me who I would be speaking with next...

    Called the recruiter later that day and he simply said, "they felt you were not a fit..." End of conversation Totally off from what I thought.

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  9. Helpful (2)  

    Technical Consultant, Professional Services Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Burlington, MA
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    The process took a week. I interviewed at ClickSoftware (Burlington, MA) in April 2011.

    Interview

    Applied for a position, heard back from the external recruiter a day or so later. I was an unintuitive fit, but I have an interesting background, so she decided to call me. After speaking with her, the company invited me in for an in-person interview which consisted of conversations with several people (behavioral and Q&A stuff), and three programming-related skills tests.

    All of these questions could be done in any language, but they preferred C-style languages. I did them all in C#, which is their language of choice (and mine).

    1) Write a class that returns a list of n, non-repeating, random lottery numbers with values between x and y

    In this particular instance, I had five minutes, and was literally constrained by how fast I could write by hand. The Director of the group criticized that I used an infinite loop to do this (while (true) with a break condition) which was like the end of the world or something. Given that I had *no* time to think about it, and just had to start writing immediately, I didn't think this was a fair criticism, because I certainly wouldn't do that in a production environment (or even in my own code); I just needed to get something written. He also told me in no uncertain terms that recursion should never be used in production code. (wtf)

    Anyway, we discussed the drawbacks of my approach (brute force), and we/I spent 10 minutes discussing it and refactoring it on a whiteboard to have better performance characteristics. Overall, I wasn't terribly enthused about this question and the circumstances under which it was presented.

    2) Write a function that reverses an integer number without converting to strings or characters.

    I didn't get it completely right, but I was on the right track. I don't know if this counted against me or not. I later went home and wrote working code that happens to be quite pretty.

    3) I can't remember the specifics of the third, but it had to do with creating a human-readable XML stylesheet that would be used in conjunction with XPath in some way.

    I didn't get an offer, and the feedback was that while everyone really liked me, but they felt my technical skills weren't quite up to where they needed them to be. Maybe that's fair, maybe not. The feedback was too generic to be useful, but that was the recruiter's fault, not the CKSW people. I also knew going in that I would be at a disadvantage because I am not a CS person or software engineer; I'm simply a hobbyist and relative newb. That being said, all those things accounted for, I acquitted myself well, and the experience was positive overall. Everyone I met was very nice and down to earth.

    Interview Questions

    • Write a class that returns a list of n, non-repeating, random lottery numbers with values between x and y   1 Answer
    • Write a function that reverses an integer number without converting to strings or characters   1 Answer
    • I can't remember the specifics of the third, but it had to do with creating a human-readable XML stylesheet that would be used in conjunction with XPath in some way   1 Answer

  10. Helpful (4)  

    Business Analyst Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Boston, MA
    No Offer
    Neutral Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at ClickSoftware (Boston, MA) in June 2010.

    Interview

    The 3rd party recruiter found me. The recruiter was a bit scattered, but effective and open. After that filter, I was given a go for the interview. The process was a bit slow because it's an international company (based in Israel) and they were short-handed at the top (people traveling from country to country).

    The staff were open and down to earth. The company has won several awards and has them on display in the front room. Arrive early, take note of the awards and read the company marketing material on hand near the receptionist. You won't find either on the website.

    I was given a post-interview "homework assignment" with the possibility of some consulting work dangled in front of me. They received a unique product that would have taken the staff a considerable amount of research to create, I received a terrific review for the recruiter, but no job offer.

    Interview Questions

    • Please describe a project for which you have performed business process analysis.   Answer Question

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