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Our technology powers the connected home, making life safer, smarter and more efficient.
Our platform and solutions are at the center of four significant technology trends: cloud computing, the Internet of Things, ubiquitous mobile access, and intelligent analytics through big data. These macro trends offer new opportunities to rethink how people interact and connect with their homes and deliver a completely new experience.
At Alarm.com, our team develops new technology that is used by millions of people every day. We’re seeking people who are passionate about technology, want to make a lasting impact on the world around them, are creative and always looking to invent a better way to do things, who thrive in a collaborative environment and enjoy the pace of quickly evolving industry.
With such a great opportunity to impact people’s lives, we’re growing our team with people who are ready to work together to usher in the next wave of connected home solutions.
Alarm.com is the leading platform solution for the connected home and business. Millions of people depend on Alarm.com's technology to monitor and control their property from anywhere. Centered on security and remote monitoring, our platform addresses a wide range of market needs and enables application-based control for a growing variety of Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
Our security, video monitoring, intelligent automation and energy management solutions are available through our network of thousands of professional service providers in North America and around the globe. Alarm.com's common stock is traded on the Nasdaq under the ticker symbol ALRM.
Alarm.com earned the Top Workplace™ award for its employee culture and the meaningful work we do every day to develop and bring to market new technology that will make millions of people safer and help them use energy more efficiently. We’re seeking those who are passionate about creating change through technology and who want to make a lasting impact on the world around them.
For more information, please visit www.alarm.com.
I have been working at Alarm.com full-time (More than a year)
Alarm.com is truly a great place to work!! It's clear that ADC understands that satisfied and healthy employees are really what drives company success. Family leave and 401k benefits were substantially bettered for 2018 and ADC continually invests in employees by providing a fun culture with many opportunities to participate in extra-curricular employee-sponsored events. It's exciting to be part of such a fast growing, innovative company with a fun culture!
Management could do a better job in providing more visibility to overall company and department goals.
I applied online. The process took 5+ months. I interviewed at Alarm.com (McLean, VA) in December 2017.
I applied online in late May and was given a HackerRank coding test. My contact said I scored really well but told me that the position was being put on hold for a few months because they'd recently acquired a company in California. Fine, but I was disappointed because this was only within a few days of me originally applying.
Three months later, I followed up with my contact and had a phone interview. Afterwards, I was sent the exact same HackerRank test as before and asked to complete it for a second time. Again, he said I did pretty well and sent me onto the hiring managers. I was told they should get back to him by the next week, but they never did. By then, it was approaching October, and the entire company was apparently busy preparing for some big event.
They ignored all my follow-ups for about the next month and a half until my contact finally replied in November. The next couple weeks were spent trying to schedule a day to fly into their HQ. I was told it would be one day but never received any confirmation or travel details before that date had passed. After my contact failed to get that date scheduled, he had to push things back again, but not without mismatching the dates for my flight and hotel reservations for the new interview date.
When I finally made it to their HQ, I had four 45-minute interviews with two software engineers and two directors of software engineering. I was also taken to lunch by two other engineers. Once everything was all said and done, I was told to expect a response within 1-2 weeks and was sent on my way home. I received a generic canned response in two business days without the option to reply to the email.
This entire process was slow, unorganized, and lackluster.