I have been working at Oculus VR full-time
working at Oculus research in Redmond office. There are variety of expertise with many different backgrounds. They have great facilities and people indeed. Location is great too
There's no push to make you work hard externally, but generally people work very hard to achieve their goals. So You will like the company when you love what you do.
I applied online. I interviewed at Oculus VR (Redmond, WA).
Was referred to Oculus recruitment did not get back to me for 4 weeks, then the role had gone and what was left was a different role (same title) and no match for me. Eventually got a second try, and a successful phone screen to an onsite.
Finished early for no reason and recruitment were not informed of the reason why.
Left the office feeling like a second class citizen.
Typical clinical interview process - list of people questioning you for 5 hours.
Also, they provide lunch, but claim the lunch is informal yet continue to question you whilst you attempt to eat.
This is standard for whole day interviews I've been to. Seriously people, if you have lunch interview allow the applicant to get a mouthful, and tell the truth, it's not informal, every answer is typed into a laptop!
I'd rather starve myself than get distracted trying to give a good impression...
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