Mission: GoPro enables the pursuit, expression and celebration of human passion, by making it easy for people to capture and share life's most meaningful experiences.
I have been working at GoPro full-time (More than a year)
Strong work/life balance, incredible benefits, able to take ownership on projects, smart and humble coworkers that are genuinely passionate about the product and people they work with. Given all of the changes in the last two years, its encouraging to see that leadership is finally seeing the changes it needs to make. It's not something that will happen overnight but at least it's happening.
Communication is sometimes lacking but this is common across every single company.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at GoPro.
Overall, I felt the interview experience with GoPro was very flexible, relaxing and interactive. It's more of a conversation atmosphere than a stressful screening process.
Applied via the company website. Got the phone call from recruiter after about 2 weeks after application and had a basic conversation: I was asked to briefly go thru my CV and the recruiter introduced the job, I was notified about the further interview processes soon after the phone call;
> Formal interview with the recruiter (around 1 hour): I personally found this round behavioral based and was meant to assess the personality, communication skills, as well as some general knowledge about electronics industry. There were a few behavioral questions, also got some detailed questions regarding my project experience in college as I was a grad applicant;
> Interview with manager and senior workers (around 1.5 hours): this round I got some technical questions related to my area of expertise;
> Interview with higher level manager of the team (around 30 minutes): this was also the final round, I introduced myself and asked some questions about the team.
Rafa Ortiz sure knows how to send it!
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