Mission: Our Mission is to help the world create an incredible customer experience, by transforming the way people work and interact with customers. We create software that's both powerful and a pleasure to use and pair it with fantastic customer service.
Bullhorn provides cloud-based software solutions for companies in service-based industries. Every Bullhorn product is built for the way that businesses work now. Bullhorn CRM is mobile, intuitive, and completely automated so that your team can focus on strengthening relationships while Bullhorn does the rest.
What Makes Bullhorn Different?
A CRM with People Skills
Radical Ease of Use
to work the way humans do
that show account health
that recommends what to do next
Run with the Bulls
We build applications that help businesses deliver an incredible customer experience. Headquartered in Boston with offices in London, Sydney, St. Louis, and Vancouver, Bullhorn is the global leader in CRM software for service-based industries, with more than 350,000 users.
Our love of technology, appreciation for customers, and respect for each other make Bullhorn a fast-growing and innovative company with an incredibly strong culture.
I worked at Bullhorn full-time
Fun and friendly environment, flexible work schedule. Work can be challenging at times but I learned a ton!
Unclear career path, acquisitions and changes were disruptive to daily work and retraining, it was costly
Advice to Management
investing in employee training and keep up the good work
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Bullhorn (Boston, MA).
Interview process went: -Online assessment (roughly a day after submitting resume) -Phone screen -Second phone screen -Phone conversation w/ position manager >This interview included some technical questions -Onsite interviews (several people over a morning) -Follow-up "sample" work submission -Offer letter The whole process was around 3 weeks from initial submission to offer (delayed by about a week because one of the onsite interviewers was out of town for a week). I wouldn't say it was easy. As other people have mentioned, there is an assessment to be taken right out of the gate, which you have to re-take when you interview onsite. Further, in both one of the phone screenings and in person, there were some specific technical questions asked to get a sense of expertise--despite it not being a strictly technical role. Finally, there was a request for "sample" work to be submitted. That said, the whole process was (1) very fast, all things considered, (2) very friendly and welcoming, and (3) included generous and really helpful feedback and follow up from Bullhorn's recruitment ream. The process made me excited to work for Bullhorn, and eager to accept the offer when it came.