Our Hiring Process

Pulse Commerce is passionate about excellence and COMMITMENT to our clients and employees

Hanging out in the lobby on National Red Nose Day...

Hanging out in the lobby on National Red Nose Day...

Our success starts with our people, and as you can imagine, we take great care in building and nurturing this exceptional group. That’s why we’re sort of over the top in our interviewing process.  

Most candidates tell us that our process is a lot more rigorous than other places they've interviewed.

The candidates that are the best cultural fit are the ones that are excited about the challenge. If you decide to apply for a position at Pulse Commerce, here’s what you can expect.


Resume - You start by submitting your resume. We’ll look it over, and if it seems like you have the skills and experience we’re looking for, we’ll ask you to complete a Predictive Index (PI) Survey and a Career History Form. Our hiring decisions weigh heavily on these information gathering tools so be as carefully detailed as possible.


Initial Screening (via Telephone or In-Person) If we see a high level fit, we’ll invite you in for an initial interview. We’ll get to know you personally, your career ambitions, and what you look for in an employer. As a top candidate, we realize that you are in demand and that you are also interviewing companies to find the right fit for you, so this is a great opportunity to learn more about Pulse Commerce, our culture, and how we operate.  There will also be a written assessment which you will be given time to compete. The written assessment is a mix of technical and analytical questions that are best answered when you have time to think them over, rather than off the top of your head in an interview. It gives you a chance to shine in a way a resume cannot. It takes the typical candidate a few hours to complete.


In-Depth Interview (In-Person) The next step in our process is an in-depth interview where we make sure you have the practical skills necessary to succeed at Pulse Commerce. Each role has a different exercise. Developers might be asked to code up a little software module, while sales people might be asked to role play a sales call. You get the idea. There will also be lots of time during this step for you to ask questions and get to know several members of the team you’d be working with. 


Final Meeting Consider yourself a rock star if you've made it this far! This is when we iron out any remaining details on either side and prepare the offer letter.

Team Building at the Panic Room...

Team Building at the Panic Room...