- Équilibre travail/vie privée
- Culture et valeurs
- Opportunités de carrière
- Rémunération et avantages
Je travaille chez Citrix à plein temps (Plus d'un an)
No micro management , they rely on reps
No option to visit clients over the country / Very indirect sale
Conseils à la direction
Bite of excitement at floor level doesn't kill no one
J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris +2 mois. J'ai passé un entretien à Citrix (Dublin, Dublin (Irlande)).
Applied online. Heard back pretty promptly. No phone screen, straight to a video interview with a manager of the grad program. It was an hour long.
Questions about what citrix do, what you know about them, what you like about the product. Also the usual standard behavioural questions, times when you showed leadership, communication, teamwork, solved a difficult technical bug, solved a conflict. Very standard.
Some critical thinking questions were also a nice surprise. "How many tennis balls fit in the room around you" or "how many doors in Europe". There's a formula for addressing these type of questions, make yourself familiar with it prior to the interview and you'll be prepared for anything.
Passed that interview, onto the next round with an more senior consultant. Really nice, pleasant. Just very easy to talk to and genuinely excited about their company and the graduate program they oversee.
Much the same types of questions.
Got through to final round onsite interviews, it was a 6 hour day, including 5 interviews, team lunch, etc. I never actually completed it as I accepted an offer from elsewhere in the meantime.
But have to say the Citrix process was really pleasant. Actually enjoyed the interviews, they make you think, but keep you comfortable enough not to panic. The interviewers were also incredibly nice, really smart people who offer great career advice if you ask!
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