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I have been working at N26 full-time (Less than a year)
Small team in NYC working on bringing N26 to the US. Flat team structure (no bureaucracy or painful hierarchies). Open lines of communication and instant feedback loops. Everyone is extremely smart and driven towards a common goal, and we also enjoy each other's company both in and out of the office. There's also respect for having a life outside of work and a good sense of balance.
Huge opportunity to take on as much work as you can handle and drive your own workstreams and outputs. I've found that my scope of responsibilities is quite large, and since joining, I've broadened my skill-set significantly in areas I wanted to expand upon.
Coordination with Berlin can be difficult at times given time zones and hypergrowth there. Nonetheless, people always are willing to help out and make themselves available when needed.
Small team size as of now means fewer hands to help with all that needs to get done. That said - plenty of opportunity for new joiners to take on key tasks and responsibilities as we continue to grow the team
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The process took 1 day. I interviewed at N26 (New York, NY).
Skype interview with a recruiting partner for 30 to 40 minutes. Really unprofessional body language from the recruiter. It was quite obvious that she was least interested in the process and lacked adequate technical knowledge that's required to assess an engineer. As expected got a rejection email after a day with no valid justification. Poor experience.