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I have been working at Gearset full-time
The team as a whole is great. Very smart, means you're constantly learning and developing. Great culture, everyone is very welcoming and friendly.
Some of the usual challenges of working for a start-up. As the team grows it becomes more challenging to maintain the same culture and environment.
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Gearset (Cambridge, East of England, England) in December 2018.
I came across Gearset through a recruiter who I had an initial interview with over Skype to assess my suitability. I was then put forward for a first stage interview at Gearsets' Cambridge office.
I was asked to prepare a 5 minute presentation on what Gearset do in advance, focusing on the comparison of Salesforce orgs using Gearset. I was also asked to do several tasks such as writing a sales email, critiquing a sales email, responding to a live chat and making a mock sales call. They focused on the technical side of my experience and went into detail about my current role in software sales.
I was subsequently invited to attend a second interview in Cambridge. This was a less technical more competency based interview. They were looking to assess whether I would fit into the company culture and they gave me the chance to ask my questions about Gearset.
Whilst challenging as expected, my overall interview experience was extremely positive and I was made to feel very welcome by the team at Gearset.
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