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MuleSoft

Candidato de entrevista anónimo en San Francisco, CA

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Me postulé en línea. El proceso tomó 3 semanas. Acudí a una entrevista en MuleSoft (San Francisco, CA)

Entrevista

Applied through LinkedIn and was contacted by the recruiter. Subsequently transferred to the recruiter's manager. She was articulate and was knowledgeable about product management function. I felt that was a peek into the quality of the people working at MuleSoft. This was followed by a phone interview with the hiring manager. The hiring manager was nice to talk on the phone and asked general background related questions. They had two different openings that I could fit into. My in-person interview was scheduled for 3 weeks later at the MuleSoft offices. The office is a pretty open layout and in a great location. The interview was conducted by four other PMs- nice, personable people. The questions were easy - probably because the other PMs were early in their careers. During the interview, I found out that the position I was being interviewed for was already filled and they were looking to see if I would fit the other position. Would have been nice if they had asked me first if I was still interested. The final person to interview was the exec - again nice to talk to. Overall, the interview process was easy and the folks that I interacted with were pleasant and nice to interact with. However, after this point there was ZERO communication. I mailed the recruiter and the hiring manager and neither of them bothered to return my call/email. Mulesoft recruiting team needs to understand that other people's time is valuable too. I had to skip an entire day of meetings and work to be in the city to attend this interview, the least they could have done was to return call/email stating they were not interested. This is unprofessional, IMHO.

Preguntas de entrevistas
  • None. Standard product management questions.
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MuleSoft

Candidato de entrevista anónimo en San Francisco, CA

Sin oferta
Experiencia neutra
Entrevista fácil
Solicitud

Me postulé a través de una recomendación de un empleado El proceso tomó 4 semanas. Acudí a una entrevista en MuleSoft (San Francisco, CA) en mar 2014

Entrevista

Result: HR informed me they would no longer be pursuing candidates for PM roles, but instead focusing on mission-critical positions. Referred by employee, had a single phone screen before visiting the HQ. Met with three or four people on-site, then had a follow-up call with an individual I did not get to meet. Company: I think Mulesoft has an amazing product offering and could be a gigantic company ($100B+ market cap). Execs: I met with one exec and he was great. Lucid thinker, driven, articulate. Middle management (product): Uninspiring. I wasn't impressed by their dynamic, questions, or position on the company. Devs: I met with a dev manager and he was great. Smart, friendly, tech agnostic.

Preguntas de entrevistas
  • There were no difficult questions. One interviewer went on a question spree, but none were particularly interesting.
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MuleSoft

Candidato de entrevista anónimo

Sin oferta
Experiencia negativa
Entrevista promedio
Solicitud

Me postulé en línea. El proceso tomó 3 semanas. Acudí a una entrevista en MuleSoft en dic 2012

Entrevista

A phone screen, two interviews with the hiring manager, an in-person interview with product managers/VP Product, and a final interview with a senior product manager and CEO. Phone Screen and HR manager interviews were standard behavioral questions. In-office interviews with product managers were mostly standard questions "tell me about a product you love/why this (product in the room) was designed the way it was." They asked a brainteaser "how many gas stations are in San Francisco" and seemed to place extreme weight on the importance of performing well on brainteasers. CEO was more interested in GPA/SAT scores than past achievements/experience. Indicated that they have a narrow definition of intelligence around brainteasers/gpa/SAT scores. Otherwise, pleasant people to interview with.

Preguntas de entrevistas
  • How many Gas Stations are in San Francisco (considering how these types of brainteasers have been proven to be a poor indicator for determining candidate quality).
A 1 persona le resultó útil esta entrevista

MuleSoft

Candidato de entrevista anónimo en [location]

Sin oferta
Experiencia negativa
Solicitud

Me postulé en línea. El proceso tomó 1 día. Acudí a una entrevista en MuleSoft

Entrevista

MuleSoft was a company in my radar for quite some time considering its fast growth in the past 3 years. The first level screening was a young lady from the recruitment team who seemed to be very inexperienced with technical recruitment. She could not understand the details of my previous product management experience with fortune 500 tech companies, nor could she respond to my questions effectively. Overall - a very negative experience. I was left wondering how could MuleSoft plan to hire talent and grow to support its tremendous success in the past few years, without investment in a strong talent management team. I understood from another source that they have very recently ramped up their talent management team - maybe that explains an inexperienced recruiter handling more than she was experienced in.

Preguntas de entrevistas
  • Basic screening questions - just TOO basic and clearly displaying inexperience of the person in tech recruitment
A 1 persona le resultó útil esta entrevista

MuleSoft

Candidato de entrevista anónimo en [location]

Sin oferta
Experiencia neutra
Entrevista promedio
Solicitud

Me postulé en línea. El proceso tomó 4 días. Acudí a una entrevista en MuleSoft en sep 2012

Entrevista

My first interview was with a non-technical recruiter over the phone (yours probably will too). She first asked me to go through my resume/background etc. Then came a bunch of subject oriented questions. The questions were extremely general (I think on purpose).. Examples are things like "how do you determine if there is a market need" and "How do you address problems with your road map" and such... (about 3 more similarly general questions) Now here is the catch: ..the girl interviewing me was not technical and had no experience in product management .... however, when I started asking follow up questions to her questions ie. "what sort of problem on a road map" or similar she started banging off perfectly scripted answers to my questions (I would almost guarantee she was reading them)... this leads me to believe that you are being judged on your tendency to dig deeper for information.... ie. they want you to keep asking questions .... I'm pretty sure she has a stack of "possible follow up questions" in front of her with the answers she should give.. anyways that's what I think... so my tip to anyone with this interview: don't be afraid to ask many questions about her questions, ie. 5 W's etc. Other than that be prepared to talk PM stuff with someone who doesn't really know too much about it.... threw me off a bit as you don't know how much detail to to go into etc. In the end I thought I did okay but got the "thanks for coming out" email a few days later. Could have been because I'm from Canada. Maybe not. I followed up and didn't hear back so I guess i'll never know. Recruiter screening is fine but IMO it should be kept to background review and ensuring that candidate has good social intuition leve

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