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One of the things that amazed me while I was working at Amazon is how obsessed every employee is with customer service. From the junior developers to the executive staff. To this day, I am still surprised that a company that big could be so focused on the success of every customer. When I started Interviewstreet, I unconsciously followed this pattern and it has become the cornerstone of our culture.

Interviewstreet is growing fast and is looking to hire a Customer Success Manager to maintain, and exceed, the bar that has been set with it’s customers. The expectations are frighteningly high. Are you up for the challenge?

We're funded, growing, dynamic company with a startup culture. Founded in 2011, Interviewstreet's SaaS platform is used by Facebook, Evernote, Amazon, WalMart and many more for their technical recruiting.


As a Customer Success Manager, you will be responsible for:

>Ensuring that every customer has an amazing experience with the company's products

>Providing engaging demonstrations

>Responding to inbound sales and support requests via telephone and email

>Engaging in outbound lead generation (blogs, twitter, facebook, etc)

>Pushing the limits


Who you are:

You are energetic

You know the customer is always right - it's always your UX that's at fault.

You have excellent communication and interpersonal skills

If you have previous experience working at a SaaS company that's a big plus


Who we are:

We're a team of 16 split between California & India. This role is in Mountain View. You'll be working with a great team full of people who are fired up & inspired to get things done no matter what. We can guarantee that this will be a place where you'll realize your full potential.




Competitive salary

Stock options

Your choice of gear



[1] If this sounds like you, come find us. Send us an email with: The biggest hack you've done (can be anything you did to get around something)

[2] The biggest failure you've faced till now

[3] A simple program that prints "Hello world" 100 times in Go


Let's talk: sales@interviewstreet.com

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