Nextiva

Nextiva is a cloud based communications company that offers a range of services to help clients connect, communicate, collaborate and engage with the consumer. Some of Nextiva’s well known clients include Delta Airlines, Taco Bell and Ashley Furniture.

What

Nextiva

Looks For

Nextiva looks to be the leading company in their field. Instead of studying past trends, they look to create new and innovative products that set a new standard of excellence. As a result, Nextiva looks to hire forward thinking, creative, tech-savvy individuals.



History of

Nextiva

Thomas Gorny founded Nextiva in 2006 because he believed communications were in a state of crisis. There are more ways than ever before to connect with the customer, yet no one had mastered the technology needed for seamless communication. The company was slow to start growing, but in 2014, the company took off and saw an increase in their growth rate by 1,548%. Today, the company is recognized as one of the top cloud based communications providers in the US.

Nextiva

Internship Programs

Nextiva Internship Program

Nextiva offers internships in a variety of roles. The goal of their program is to build skills necessary in the working world and to expand awareness of the types of roles that students can apply to post-graduation where they can use their talents.



What it's like to Work at

Nextiva

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Marketing
Sales Operations
Finance
Customer Support / Success
IT/IS
Engineering
Human Resources / People / Talent
industries
Tech
office locations
Greater Phoenix
Greater San Francisco

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Current undergraduate students
Perks
  • Catered food & snacks
  • Wellness program & coach
  • Casual & fun workplace
  • Team building events
  • Employee referral program


Nextiva

Interview Process

The interview process for Nextiva is relatively standard. The hiring manager tends to be more focused on culture and attitude as they are trying to get to know each and every interviewer on a more personal level.

1. Initial Phone Screening

There is an initial phone screening just to go over your resume, experience, and interests, as well as behavioral questions to see if you should be moved forward to the next step.

2. Phone Interview

The next step is a follow-up phone interview asking similar questions just with a different member of the leadership team.

3. Onsite Interview

The last step is an onsite interview. This will be the most in-depth and ask questions specific to the responsibilities of the role for which you are interviewing. For more technical roles, there will be a technical component to the interview.