Mission: Instructure makes software that makes people smarter.
Cream colored ponies and crisp apple strudels. Doorbells and sleigh bells and schnitzel with noodles. Yeah, we all have favorite things. At Instructure, these are ours.
CANVAS ISN’T JUST A PRODUCT.
It’s an educational revolution. It’s a powerful new way to–pardon our optimism–change the world. And, yes, there’s an industry-pushing learning management system used (and loved) by millions of passionate students and teachers in there too.
BRIDGE IS THE REBUTTAL TO LOUSY, BORING CORPORATE TRAINING.
It’s the new key to employee engagement—simple, modern, and easy to implement, author, and use. It might even be a little fun (don’t tell HR). Let’s change the way we do corporate learning. Down with the yawn-inspiring, groan-inducing era. Up with the engaging, streamlined, simple era. The Bridge era.
INSTRUCTURE QUICK FACTS-
Along with working with a product that is actually doing some good in the world, we also offer sweet benefits:
Hear from some of our current employees on what their experience has been like at Instructure!
I have been working at Instructure full-time (Less than a year)
- Almost all of health benefits premium are paid for
- Stock options, competitive pay
- Swag that I actually want to wear/use
- Stocked kitchen and catered lunch once a week
- Great staff in PG office to take requests or help out
- Ability to work from home without needing to VPN
- PG office location is much better than being in Lehi
- Health benefits didn't start on day of hire. It starts on the first day of the following month
- 401k matching is not very competitive (yet)
- Why isn't vision benefit paid for?
Advice to Management
The interview process is a little bit burdensome. I got an offer and accepted but I wonder how many other great engineers were turned away by the HackerRank or the whiteboard coding. Different people work differently so a one size fits all process may not be the best.
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Instructure (Salt Lake City, UT) in April 2018.
I had a phone interview with Jared Salisbury and was asked to complete a coding assessment. After accusing me of plagiarism on one of the answers, Jared then informed me another recruiter had already filled the position I was applying for.