Mission: We help people see and understand data. Seven words that drive everything we do. And they’ve never been more important.
Tableau Software is a company on a mission. We help people see and understand their data. After a highly successful IPO in 2013, Tableau has become a market-defining company in the business intelligence industry. But don’t take our word for it—read what analysts like BARC and Gartner have to say about us. (Spoiler: You’ll find terms like “Leader” and “#1.”)
Tens of thousands of companies and organizations have chosen Tableau. From the executive suites of Fortune 500 companies to the jungles of Central America, from immunology research labs to high school robotics club meetings, our software can be found anywhere people have data and questions. Additionally, journalists, bloggers, and major media web sites have embraced our free product, Tableau Public, for its ability to help them share data online in the form of interactive visualizations.
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Tableau Foundation is backed by the spirited employees and partners of Tableau Software.
We are passionate about helping people drive change through action.
And we care deeply about the communities we live and work in.
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Tableau offers internships throughout the company in Development, Operations, Marketing, and Sales. Whether writing code for our newest feature, or creating social media plans for our marketing team, you’ll do real work that makes an impact. Join us for 10-12 weeks in the summer, and get ready to experience Tableau from the inside, be mentored by the best and brightest, and have a blast with your fellow interns.
When you intern with Tableau, you’ll get to:
I have been working at Tableau Software full-time (More than 3 years)
Friendly colleagues which are fun to work with
Processes change every year which can be a challenge
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3+ weeks. I interviewed at Tableau Software (London, England) in April 2015.
the first stages are very unstructured. met mostly great people, but you can tell the company is growing quickly and, internally, struggling to keep up. I had to chase them to follow up and prep the different stages. very limited feedback after the process.
Tableau have you meet many people, potential peers, direct reports and then VP Emea of sales and head of sales ops. this all lasted almost a month. final stage is a role play which includes a product demo and a "strategy session" where you present your approach to the role and managing a team. there is lots of info to prep the role play. expectations for the strategy session felt very vague.