Mission: HubSpot, Inc. is on a mission to make the world more inbound by transforming how companies market and sell to help them grow.
I have been working at HubSpot full-time
Good pay + perks, interesting technical problems, excellent colleagues.
Culture is very positive/gung ho - can be a little much at times.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at HubSpot (Edinburgh, Scotland) in October 2018.
- Short phone chat
- 3 hour coding test
- interview prep phone chat
~2 hour on-campus interview
- 15m recruiter chat
- 15m director of engineering chat
- 45m system design questions (video)
- 45m programming questions (in person)
Post-interview feedback phone call
"The truth is, when it comes to hiring people from underrepresented groups, no one has all the answers. As a manager and a gay man, I’m not going to pretend to have all (if any) of the answers on how to hire more LGBTQ+ employees to your company (or anyone from underrepresented groups for that matter). However, I can say that after recruiting for a year and concurrently being hired as a gay man, I've learned that there's 3 small but important steps to attracting, recruiting, and hiring people from the LGBTQ+ community and other underrepresented groups." Want to know what those 3 steps are? Check out this article on HubSpot's Careers Blog from Manager Bil Frumberg: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQS1Z
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