Most engineers usually spend their interview set-up/prep time downloading coding software/tools and solving a technical question on their own to present during the onsite craft demo. Other interviewees will arrive early to set up their computers and test connectivity prior to the interview start
Tell us about the cool things that aren’t on your resumé. Share a short intro about you (with pictures!), then tell us about your personal and professional achievements. The case study is designed for you to demonstrate the skills you have for the role you’re interviewing for. The case study helps us understand how you work and approach problem solving. Remember, your recruiter is there to answer any questions you may have.
Meet with 2 interviewers whose work closely aligns to the role you’re interviewing for. You'll be asked questions that deep dive into your skills and experience, as well as some follow-up questions from your case study. This is a great opportunity for you to learn more about the role and the team you will be part of.
Meet with a cross-functional colleague or people manager whose work is closely aligned or connected with the role you are being interviewed for. Often you’ll be asked questions around the Intuit values we've identified to be essential to the success of this role. It’s likely you’ll get questions about the teams and environments you thrive in. This is a great opportunity to learn about the company culture and team environment.
Meet with a manager who supports roles similar to the one you are interviewing for. Often you’ll be asked what motivates you, your experience, as well as key successes and learnings you’ve had throughout your career. We recommend using this interview to ask questions about the team, what career development looks like, and anything else you’d like to know. By the end of this interview we hope you'll have all the information you need to be able to make a decision as to whether Intuit will be your next home.
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Social Media & Community Manager, QuickBooks
I’ve said to a few people how strange it is how much I enjoyed the onsite interview process! Most interviews can be quite nerve-wracking but going into the final interview I felt really well-prepared thanks to the guidance received from the recruiter. It was so enjoyable due to the energy in the room, and each person was warm and welcoming. I felt that I was set up to do my absolute best.
Business Development Manager, QuickBooks
I found the interview process to be brilliant and unlike any other interview I’ve had in the past (in a good way of course)! My advice for anyone interviewing here is to prepare. It may seem like a daunting task when you see the brief, but as long as you're prepared, the time will fly. Second, be yourself and have a little fun with it. The process is designed to be a two-way street. It’s as much about finding out if the company fits you as you fit the company, so be yourself and the rest will take care of itself!
Senior Marketing Manager, Global Brand Strategy
I’m really grateful for Intuit’s final round interview process. I was able to showcase my strengths and demonstrate my professional craft. It also re-frames the conversation from what you’ve achieved in the past into what is possible. My advice for anyone venturing into the final round interview is to be excited about accumulating your many experiences into answers for the questions. Try to tell a story, embrace feedback, and allow spaces for dialogue. And most importantly – be your authentic self.
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