I applied online. I interviewed at Intuit (Mountain View, CA) in August 2016.
I applied online, and had a phone call with the recruiter and then the hiring manager before being invited to fly in for an on-site interview. I was notified that I was being considered for two different positions so I was scheduled to meet with members of both teams.
Once on-site, I had to present and answer questions regarding a case study that I prepared. Following my presentation, those in the room left to debrief. I then met one-on-one or in pairs with several members of the team. Entire on-site interview process took about one full day. Everyone I met with seemed extremely intelligent.
Following my on-site interview, I was given a timeline for when I should expect to hear about next steps. I didn’t hear back as promised so I followed up and was told that they wanted me to do another phone interview with a team member I hadn’t met with in person. Following that interview, I was given another timeline for next steps. After not hearing anything again, I continued to follow up. Ultimately, I told the recruiter that despite my interest in the position, I had another offer on the table so I needed an answer by a certain date. I never heard back from them regarding either position.
Even though I ended up at a great company, it's always frustrating when recruiters go silent following an interview. I'd rather be told that I'm not the best candidate for the position than be told nothing at all.
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I applied through other source. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Intuit (San Diego, CA (US)).
The interview was pleasant but quick. Typical for contractors where focus is on the task at hand and not future opportunities down the road. When i brought up questions regarding growth oppurtunities i was told chances are many. i asked because at the time i was interviewing i wanted to be clear that the role i was recruited for was a role i saw myself doing at the moment, but not for an indefinite time, and that it was important for me to be able to know that i can grow and will be supported. I was told the opportunity definitely was there, but realized quickly that this was not as easy as it had sounded. Furthermore - the interviewers were not the ones who directly managed me on a day-today basis, which made it hard to relate back to my conversation during my interview with my actual day to day manager.
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