I have been working at Intuit full-time
Incredible company that has market dominance, yet also has so much room to grow. Management constantly preaches disruption, and its reflected in our priorities and work.
As a Data Scientist, its awesome to be using the latest and greatest technology stacks. Its also cool to have industry thought leaders as part of the data science senior leadership team, I feel assured that we are doing things the "right way".
Its a big company, and the work is complex, which means that there are many dependencies to your work.
Advice to Management
Keep pushing for speed, we can't afford to be slow in execution.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Intuit (London, England) in November 2016.
Intro with HR (30m), then with the hiring manager (45), then full evening interview (3/4h) with other architects and senior engineers -- asked to prepare a presentation and a coding challenge.
Feedback came in a couple days later, so it was quite faster than expected. Very nice people and great overall process.
Reasons for Declining
Overall, I am in a very good situation that would have been hard to leave. I mentioned to the recruiter that I'm not actively looking but I'd consider moving if the offer would be outstanding.
The scope of the role was a bit ambiguous, plus the package was lower than what I'm currently at. I would have had to relocate as well so I decided to let it be.
We will be forever grateful for the amazing leadership of our former CEO Brad Smith and are delighted to introduce Sasan Goodarzi as our new global leader and CEO. Description:http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQoVj
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