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I applied through other source. The process took 3 months. I interviewed at Imgur (Remote, OR) in Apr 2019
I was sent an email about the mod program going from volunteer to paid remotely. I kept emailing the manager every month to show interest in the position. As I was a volunteer moderator once, there was no interview process.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Imgur (San Francisco, CA) in Feb 2019
The process took roughly 2 weeks, with the initial contact from the recruiter, a video conference with the DevOps manager, then an in person interview again with the DevOps manager as well as several other team leads. It was hands down the friendliest and most comfortable interview process I have participated in. Note: Glass Door doesn't allow me to not select an answer to "Did you get an offer?" So, I had to select "no" despite the fact that I wouldn't expect them to make an offer immediately, and they certainly aren't going to be making an offer over the weekend. I am optimistic that they will make an offer, and I will happily accept if they do.
- I was asked to to participate in several thought experiments. They were cleverly designed for you to showcase your skillset.
I applied through an employee referral The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Imgur (San Francisco, CA) in Jun 2018
The first step was with the recruiter to get to know each other and talk through skills and experience. The conversation was a lot of fun and productive. After, I went in to interview with several people from different cross-teams: Sales, Creative, as well as the AM team I'd be working with. Everyone was super nice and very easy to talk to. I was kept in the loop about when internal conversations were taking place and what next steps would be. I've found that a lot of companies will go silent on you while you're left waiting confused and anxious about what is going on - it was not like that during this process at all, so I was very impressed.
- Some questions I was asked: - What would your last manager say is something you need to improve upon - What would you do if a client kept coming back with revision requests? How would you handle this? - Tell me about a time you learned something from a client or campaign that helped you in the future.
I applied through an employee referral The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Imgur (San Francisco, CA) in Jun 2018
3 round interview, spread out over about a month. Everyone I met was amazing and I really connected with the people here. Great overall experience and I would recommend to anyone!
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Imgur (San Francisco, CA) in Dec 2017
Thorough interview process to make sure they bring in the right candidate. Great communication with quick turnaround times. They are also very transparent and don't BS you. Process went like this: phone screen with recruiter --> phone screen with hiring manager --> on site to meet with 4-5 team members you'd work with --> final round to present assignment and then meeting broader team.
- Prepare a 30/60/90 plan to the team for your follow-up interview
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Imgur (United States)
My entire experience with the Imgur interview process was awesome! The process was extremely thorough and fair, and the recruiter was really great about explaining the process and keeping me informed. It consisted of a recruiter phone screen, several phone interviews (including a face-to-face hangout), and an in-person round of interviews with 4-5 members of the team. Everyone was very friendly and responsive throughout the entire process, and they really took the time to get to know me. I was alerted that I had received the job and started three weeks ago! All in all, I really enjoyed the interview process at Imgur.
- How would you handle working with a very difficult client?
I applied through an employee referral I interviewed at Imgur (United States) in Aug 2017
Total time: 7 weeks from online application to accepting the offer Applied both online, and also through an employee that I know working there - Recruiter phone screen - Coffee chat with hiring manager and recruiter - In-person interviews with 6 people (engineering, product, design), onsite lunch with 3 people, debrief with recruiter - Final interview with CEO who was on vacation when I previously interviewed (could have done it via a google hangout but I chose to come back into the office) - Verbal offer from Imgur the next day - Formal offer from Imgur the day after Overall the experience was a very welcoming, positive one. There was a bit of a delay at the start getting the first phone screen scheduled but things were smooth after that. John the recruiter was friendly, enthusiastic and supportive throughout the experience. The coffee chat with the hiring manager and recruiter was a new step for me, but it allowed us to explore different ideas in a much more casual setting than the artificial interview room situation so I felt like I got a good sense that there was a mindset and chemistry match. I got a strong sense of the corporate culture when I walked into the office - totally funky, pop culture office space, very informal and warm. Lots of couch/hang-out areas and several office dogs (yay!). There's photos online - google it. This is the first Technical Program Manager role for Imgur so the interviewers were very curious about what I could bring to the table and shared their challenges for feedback on how I might be able to help. It felt like an interesting exploration and exchange of ideas. I had a competing offer the day before I got the Imgur offer but the choice wasn't too hard -- I took Imgur. So far, so good!
- Questions about how an engineering team is currently operating and working with other disciplines and stakeholders, and how I might help improve the process.
I applied online. I interviewed at Imgur (San Francisco, CA) in Jun 2017
The process from the initial phone conversation to the final interview was about under a month - pretty quick & smooth for a sales role. The internal recruiter stayed in contact throughout the process and shared feedback along the way. The process was pretty standard: two phone screens (recruiter and hiring manager) & onsite mock pitch followed by 1:1 interviews with the team. Final round was a chat with the head of sales and CEO. The team there was pretty cool. Smart, friendly, all seemed like they got along and liked being there. Ultimately turned down the offer since the commute was too far. Pros: Dog friendly office, awesome location, laid back culture Cons: Longer walk from BART than I'd like
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I applied online. I interviewed at Imgur (San Francisco, CA) in May 2017
I applied through the website in May. The recruiter reached out about a week later and was really pleasant and sold the company well. I had an interview with the Manager over skype and then I had to do an Imgur assignment. Turn around was quick to onsite where I met with 3 people onsite and 2 ppl on skype because they were in Los Angeles. I really enjoyed everyone I met and I liked the office space in downtown San Francisco. I was quite nervous so I did just ok. The recruiter gave me feedback 2 days later to let me know I didn't make it. He was so nice about it and explained why I didn't pass. I didn't have enough of the skills they needed for the role. We both decided we would keep in touch because they may open more roles next year. The process took about 4 weeks.
- Describe a time when you went out of your way to meet a customer's needs?
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Imgur (San Francisco, CA) in Apr 2017
This interview process was exactly what I think interviews should be. At all stages I was asked questions and asked to solve problems that we relevant to my experience and to the job I was interviewing for.
- I was asked to design an API endpoint and corresponding back end processes for a real life use case of Imgur applications.