Mission: Infoblox delivers Actionable Network Intelligence to enterprise, government, and service provider customers around the world. We are the industry leader in DNS, DHCP, and IP address management, the category known as DDI. We empower thousands of organizations to control and ...
WHAT DRIVES US
The network is the connective tissue of today's IT infrastructure and is critical to the success of any organization - more essential and also more vulnerable than ever. DDI services - DNS, DHCP, and IP address management - are mission critical. Yet manageing and securing them is getting harder as networks become bigger and more complex. We are dedicated to simplifying network control and to using the invaluable data generated by core network sevices and threat intelligence to deliver actionable network intelligence.
Infoblox is the market leader in technology for network control. Our success depends on bright, energetic, talented people who share a passion for excellence in building the next generation of networking technologies—and having fun along the way. Infoblox offers a fast-paced, action-oriented environment. We promote a culture that embraces innovation, change, teamwork, and strong partnerships. Join the winning Infoblox team—our future looks bright, and so will yours.
Infoblox is an equal opportunity employer M/F/V/D.
The Benefits of Becoming a "Bloxer"
I have been working at Infoblox full-time
Innovative technology. Great Benefits.
Niche Market. Beginning to be more mainstream with security offerings
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Infoblox (Tacoma, WA) in March 2017.
I applied to this position with a cold start, meaning I didn't have any networking contacts. However, I applied because I thought the opportunity to learn the more technical side of digital marketing was interesting and a skill that I would like to have in my pedigree. After applying online, I got an email from Jobvite to sign up for an account. After setting up an account, I was asked to fill out some background paperwork online. After a few days, I used the Jobvite email function to ask for status of my application. I noticed a name (Katie Colito) my email message was sent to. I asked Katie to connect with me over LinkedIn and also emailed her at her Infoblox email account. I ended up calling Katie late on a Friday and she said she would get back to me on Monday. Katie called me and asked me one question and described the recruitment process. She stated she would send me a link to a CCAT (cognitive test) with a precursor personality test. The personality test was not graded, but the CCAT test was. I had to score at least 31 correct answers. There were 50 questions and was timed at 15 minutes (approx. 18 sec per question). She warned me that no one ever finishes all 50 questions, but to answer as many as I can. If I didn't know the answer, to guess at an answer and move on because wrong answers did not count against my score. I took the test and failed. Katie informed me that I could take the test again, but it was Infoblox policy to only allow candidates to take the test twice within a 3 month period. I asked to take the test again. Although my score increased, I didn't pass the test. The questions were easy in the beginning, but got progressively harder as you went on. The test was difficult. If you want to do well on the test, I recommend brushing up on math skills and be able to do %, fraction, and logic questions very fast (like in about 15 seconds). Although it was a pleasure to talk with Katie (she was very professional and had a delightful demeanor about her on the phone), the test was not necessary to get the best candidate for the job. I would of preferred an in-person interview, so they can gauge my intelligence and likeability. I come with over 20 years of career professional experience in one of the most respected industries. The last time I was in a school environment was in 2008 to earn my graduate degree. I believe I could have figured out the right answers to most of the questions if I had time to figure it out. Having the cognitive test made me feel like I was voted off the survivor island.