Mission: ServiceChannelers have a relentless dedication to innovation. We look for creativity in every candidate we meet. Our people question, not follow, the status quo. And when it comes to customers, our support teams are driven to provide answers, not inquiries, enabling our clients ...
I have been working at ServiceChannel full-time (Less than a year)
- Full Benefits
- Supportive Management
- Cool office layout, open concept, lots of space!
- Employee camaraderie
-Unlimited Vacation time/Time Off
-Beers on Friday's
-Great office kitchen/snacks
No cons to mention thus far :)
Advice to Management
Rotate account execs for SDR's. Would be nice to be closer with more of the account exec team.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at ServiceChannel.
Single phone interview with the hiring manager. Initially, I declined the interview based on some findings after an initial research on the hiring manager, which raised some red flags. However, I was excited about the product and felt the company had great potential and so decided it was a good idea to participate anyways. Unfortunately, during the first two minutes of the phone interview I realized I would never work for this person and realized my initial instincts were correct. The manager made zero effort to build any type of rapport and was overly narcissistic, which was a huge turn off for me. After being asked what questions I had for him I proceeded to ask the questions I had prepared. It was at this time that the hiring manager tried to use silence as an interview technique, which I found to be most unusual and alienating at the same time and a huge turn off. Sales is about the customer liking and trusting who they're buying from. This requires an ability to build rapport in a short period of time as well as product knowledge. I was so turned off by the manager's personality that immediately after the call I passed and withdrew my application.