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NVIDIA – Why Work For Us?

NVIDIA is a world leader in visual computing. Our technologies are transforming a world of displays into a world of interactive discovery for everyone from gamers and scientists, to consumers and enterprises. We invest in our people, our technologies, and our research and development efforts to deliver the highest quality products to customers across the globe.

NVIDIA's culture inspires our team of world-class engineers and developers to be at the top of their game. We've created an environment where talents are recognized and collaboration is valued. Our employees are shaping the world of tomorrow ... today. We invite you to explore the opportunities available at NVIDIA - just click on http://careers.nvidia.com/ to see what your future may hold.

We love what we do because we do what we love. Join us.

For more than two decades, NVIDIA has pioneered the art and science of visual computing. We're transforming static displays into immersive, interactive experiences for everyone from gamers to scientists, and consumers to enterprise customers.

We've been successful because we're focused and passionate about what we do. We're committed to technology leadership and strive to operate at the highest levels of achievement. And even as we grow, we remain nimble and able to reinvent ourselves to create exciting new capabilities for our customers.

NVIDIA's annual employee survey tells us that our employees feel great pride in the company—87 percent say they are proud to work here. Our corporate culture arises from five core values that provide our foundation for success. These values create workplaces where innovation thrives and mistakes are transformed into opportunities.

Our core values are:

Be willing to innovate and take risks. We're willing to build things that people don't yet know they need. We endeavor to delight users and shape the industry.

Do what's best for the company. We foster an environment that motivates and empowers our employees to work as one integrated team.

Practice intellectual honesty. We expect our employees to operate at the highest ethical standard, placing the interests of the company first, colleagues second and themselves third. We seek to know ourselves, what we do and don't do well, and continually focus on improvement.

Communicate directly. We commit to transparency, avoid political maneuvering, and don't take feedback personally.

Make a contribution. We take pride in making a difference, not just in the technology industry but in local and global communities. Each year, through Project Inspire, we forego our holiday parties and dedicate our financial and human resources to help our communities.

Who We Want
NVIDIA thrives on competition, and we are hiring exceptional engineers who are ready to rise to the challenge. If you desire to be part of a team that will accept nothing but victory, NVIDIA would like to hear from you. Please click on the link to see available opportunities awaiting the best of the best.

NVIDIA works hard to deliver a comprehensive benefits package that goes beyond the basics to include many extras you may not find at other employers. What really sets us apart is our willingness to listen to employee suggestions, try new things, and go above and beyond the norm to see how we can best support our employees -- and their family members.

To help our employees balance their personal and professional lives, we offer a variety of benefits, from medical, dental and vision care, to 401(k) matching, life insurance and commuter assistance. 

Find out more at www.nvidiabenefits.com.

We want the most gifted individuals, wherever they may be, to work at our company. We believe that the growth and development of a diverse employee community provides a broad perspective, fosters innovation and enhances our competitive position.

The workforce data we report annually to our external stakeholders reveal a diverse, engaged employee base with a turnover rate well below the industry average. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants. In this, we are governed by our Equal Employment Opportunity Policy and our Code of Conduct.

The level of diversity at NVIDIA is representative of the technology and engineering industries as a whole. Roughly three-quarters of NVIDIA employees are engineers, a field that is historically male-dominated. We seek to address gender imbalances in the technology and engineering fields through strategic grants offered as a part of our community engagement efforts, as well as support through programs aimed at increasing the numbers of women and minorities in engineering.

View the latest workforce data in our annual Global Citizenship report.


NVIDIA Reviews

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    It was chill and laid-back

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    Former Employee - Intern in Santa Clara, CA
    Former Employee - Intern in Santa Clara, CA

    I worked at NVIDIA

    Pros

    Lot of fun events for interns. Chilled environment. Email centric work culture. Had a lot of fun in the summer.

    Cons

    Not many that I can think of. Company provided everything that I expected. Can't comment on perks since I worked as an intern.

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NVIDIA Interviews

Updated Dec 21, 2014
Updated Dec 21, 2014

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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 5 weeksinterviewed at NVIDIA.

    Interview Details

    It wasn't clear what team or position I was being interviewed for. The first two phone interviews were good and were with people from the computer architecture team. The third interview was with someone from the PP team. The third interviewer kept asking me recruiter-style questions in addition to a rapid fire list of technical and brain teasers. There was no opportunity for me to express my views or ask questions--truly bad sign of group dynamics. He was also quite condescending.

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    • Weird question: why should NVIDIA hire you (deal breaker question for me)   Answer Question
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NVIDIA Awards & Accolades

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World’s Most Admired Companies, Fortune, 2008
Technical Excellence Award, PC Mag, 2007
The BusinessWeek 50, BusinessWeek, 2008
Green Rankings, Newsweek, 2014
Employees’ Choice - Best Places to Work, Glassdoor, 2015
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Additional Info

Website www.nvidia.com
Headquarters Santa Clara, CA
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1993
Type Company - Public (NVDA)
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $2 to $5 billion (USD) per year

For two decades, NVIDIA has pioneered visual computing, the art and science of computer graphics.

With our invention of the GPU — the engine of modern visual computing — the field has expanded to encompass video games, movie production, product design, medical diagnosis and scientific research.

Today, visual computing is becoming increasingly central to how people interact with technology.

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