Mission: Signal Vine’s mission is to empower higher education to reach students where they are - on their phones - with ongoing and personalized communication. We strive to use our ever-evolving technology to improve educational outcomes with students such as access ...
I have been working at Signal Vine full-time (Less than a year)
Transparent, learning/professional development is encouraged, fun culture, great sensitivity to racial/gender/ability diversity
None that I have encountered so far!
Advice to Management
I'm going to use this space to give advice to job applicants. This is a great company to learn more about the education sphere and the SaaS world. The staff is pretty young and energetic. We are all really friendly and have a great culture that encourages asking questions and trying to improve every aspect of what we do. If you're passionate about education and improving opportunities for students, you'll fit in great!
I applied online. I interviewed at Signal Vine (Alexandria, VA) in February 2017.
Shorty after sending in my resume I received an email to set up a phone interview. The phone interview lasted about 15 minutes and consisted of pretty standard interview questions. A day after my phone interview I was asked to participate in a virtual interview via Skype with a few team members. The Skype call lasted about an hour, and I received an email a few days later telling me that I was moving on to the final phase of the interview process, which consisted of a project and multiple in-person interviews with team members followed by a presentation of my assigned project. The project was basically creating a summary of an article relevant to what the organization does and creating a PowerPoint to present at the end of the interviews. Each in person interview was about a half an hour in length, and including the presentation, I would say the process took between 2 and 2.5 hours. One of the interviewers walked me out and told me that they would reach out to me by the beginning of the following week. I marked my experience as negative because no one ever reached out to me to tell me that I wasn't selected for the position. It has been months since my interview, so it is clear they went with another candidate, which is fine, but it only takes a few minutes to send a generic rejection email. After three separate interviews and a presentation, it just shows a lack of common courtesy to not send a quick email.