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Do good work that impacts people personally, on a massive scale.
Lots of thriving, successful consumer Web companies offer great pay, great perks, and great people to work with. We have all of these at MyHeritage. But we also have something most other companies can’t offer: we work on a product that adds genuine meaning to the lives of 82 million people around the world.
Our innovations help families discover their history and bring them closer together, connecting people around the world in a way no other service does. And we're motivated to make a difference: whether it's making the seemingly impossible happen for users, or volunteering in local communities, our work matters.
Top people meet top tools.
At MyHeritage, we bring together incredibly bright minds, and all the newest technologies and languages. The result is a culture of constant innovation.
With 82 million users, 28 million family trees, and 6.8 billion records, as an engineer at MyHeritage, you’ll overcome exciting scale challenges to build a line of products with massive global impact.
Things that grow here: family trees, big ideas, your career.
The standard features: overstocked kitchens, out-of-this-world parties and Happy Hours, a relaxed, homelike environment complete with a gym and sun deck. But on top of all the usuals, here you’ll also work with truly brilliant people, see your ideas implemented on large-scale projects with widespread reach, and acquire new skills and experience to grow your career. We love coming in to work each day, and we know you will, too.
I worked at MyHeritage part-time
It is a good place
Nothing else there is to say
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at MyHeritage (Or Yehuda (Israel)) in August 2016.
It was a process of few interviews:
Team leader interview- personal and professional no computer only logical questions,
HR interview - personal very nice and inviting,
VP R&D interview - professional and personal was a good closer to the process.
The process was nice and not intimidating .
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