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  • Brookline, MA
  • 51 to 200 Employees
  • Company - Private
  • Publishing
  • $1 to $5 million (USD)

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The folks at America's Test Kitchen help home chefs avoid recipe disasters. The company's Cook's Illustrated bimonthly magazine is devoted to finding the best recipes for home chefs by testing out recipes (as well as kitchen equipment) multiple times in its 2,500 square foot ...

America's Test Kitchen Reviews

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David Nussbaum
David Nussbaum
15 Ratings
Current Employee, less than 1 year

"Great place to work!"

Dec 10, 2021 - Associate Producer
Positive Outlook
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Very cool office, wonderful staff, great work life balance. Can't recommend enough!


Health care is a bit on the expensive.
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America's Test Kitchen Interviews

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Employee Referral31%

  1. Lead Developer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in United States
    Declined Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at America's Test Kitchen (United States)


    Applied online, spoke to someone initially about the position and my experience to verify that it would be a good fit to move forward with the process.

    1x1 with hiring manager to talk more about the position and my experience.

    Take home project (build a react app with these parameters...). They suggested I complete it within the week and only spend 4 hours actually developing it.

    After submitting that I received a long email with several questions to answer about my decisions and thought process while developing. I greatly appreciated the email format of this so I had time to think on my answers.

    Panel style interview to discuss the team, projects, go into detail about my experience, and the take home project.

    HR interview at the end to talk about the company and myself in more general terms and ask any remaining questions.

    I received a very good offer but declined it to take a job that wasn't remote.

    As long as you can speak to the technical skills you have you will be fine.

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