• Pittsburgh, PA
  • 51 to 200 Employees
  • 2002
  • Company - Private
  • Internet
  • $5 to $10 million (USD)


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May 28, 2020Helpful (1) icon

"Great Company. Great People. Great Culture."

Current Employee - Account Executive in Pittsburgh, PA
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From the top down Niche is an excellent company to work for. Everyone in Leadership truly cares about their employees from a professional to a personal level which has been clearly shown during the


The only Con that I have is that I started with Niche shortly before we all had to start working from home and I have not had the chance to really interact with all my colleagues, outside of virtual

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Keep doing things the way that you are because it works.
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    I enjoyed the interviews that I had with Niche and I would recommend everyone attempt to apply! The process is straightforward and starts with an initial phone screen with HR. This is to gauge if you are a good fit (quantitative, what you know about Niche, and etc.). This part was 30 minutes.

    After that, the next stage is with a Hiring Manager for the role. This is to gauge what tools you've used. So my advice is to understand the tools you've used in the past and how you improved a metric using it. This interview was 45 minutes.

    If you advance to the next stage, there is a three-hour case study that you are required to do. It's two parts and wants to measure if you know how to analyze a data set. The two questions are not related. One requires a statistical analysis for the answer and the second tests your knowledge of the sales process. It would be useful to know R.

    If you get past the three-hour case study, the next part is a two-hour "super-day" with several members of the team. The first interview is a 45-minute review with 2 senior product analysts. This is the most technical part of the interview process. So know what is on your resume and the tools that you’ve worked with. Be ready to speak through your results.

    The second stage is a 30 minute interview with a senior member of People Operations. This is to measure your behavioral skills. This interview went over in time, so I wasn't able to take a break. Why would I take a break when I am attempting to show my interest in the role?

    The last stage of the interview was another 30-minute interview with the Hiring Manager. In this interview he asks for feedback about the case study, and proceeds to ask similar questions to our first interview. I was confused because I thought this was the last interview, this has been a lengthy process and stretched over a course of a month at this point. I was told that I was invited to the final interview the following week with the Director of Operations.

    The final interview consisted of a 15- minute final interview with the Hiring Manager. At this point, I don't have many questions to ask because I've spent 1+ hours speaking with this individual. I enjoyed the conversations that I had with this individual. Nothing is discussed except why would I want to work for Niche and that this position is remote.

    The last and final 30/45 - minute interview was with the COO. It seemed that he was in a rush. A few technical questions are asked in this interview. If I can remember, it was how would you define and measure a problem that he came up with on the spot. My advice is to understand statistical techniques and normalizing data. The other question is the 23-point example that was used multiple times during this interview process. To be honest, I felt like I was bothering this individual when I was interviewing.

    In the end, I sent a thank you note to each individual that I've interviewed with. They said that they will contact me by the end of the week. I followed up with them as well. It has been 2/3 weeks and no communication as of yet. My issue is this interview process was a total of 7 hours and stretched over the course of a month and a half. I’ll accept the decision, but to be ghosted at the end is horrible business practice. One of Niche’s values is to be candid. This interview process was far from that and I am disappointed in the lack of transparency.

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