Snap Inc. is a camera company.
We believe that reinventing the camera represents our greatest opportunity to improve the way people live and communicate.
Our products empower people to express themselves, live in the moment, learn about the world, and have fun together.
Over 150 million people use Snapchat every day to Snap with family, watch Stories from friends, see events from around the world, and explore expertly-curated content from top publishers. In short, we are a passionate team working hard to build the best platform in the world for communication and storytelling.
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No matter what life throws your way – we’ll have your back. The less you have to stress over, the more you can focus on the things that matter most.
Health & Wellness
Medical, dental, vision, AD&D, disability, and life insurance from day one
Free lunch and dinner at gourmet cafeterias, unlimited healthy snacks, and credits for nearby restaurants and delivery options
Paid parental leave, adoption assistance, surrogacy assistance, transportation aid, and a 24/7 employee assistance program
Feeling at Home
Relocation assistance, frequent social gatherings, and a real sense of community!
Saving for Retirement
We match your 401(k) contribution up to 3%, and match half of it between 3-5%
Rest & Relaxation
15 paid vacation days, 10 sick days, and 10 holidays every year
Minutes & Megabytes
Monthly stipend for your phone bill, no matter your cell provider
I have been working at Snap full-time (Less than a year)
Good people, interesting tasks, collaborative colleges
No cons for me, everything's great
I spoke with a couple of Hiring Managers over the phone and then was brought into the office in Venice, CA. for a face to face interview inclusive of an opportunity to meet the team. These on premise interviews were conducted one on one in 30 minute intervals. Everyone was very pleasant, enthusiastic and significantly young (mid 20's). Everthing leading up and through the face to face interviews was all very possitive and led one to believe the outcome would result in an offer, but things changed immediately afterwards to a more evasive follow up. The dialogue went from, we're about ready to make an offer to, we have a few more candidates to interview and then, we have decided to pass. The Job Posting is still up as I write this. I was also told that Snap does not provide feedback as their company policy prohibits it. As an individual who is always looking to learn where one could improve, this was disapointing. While I am outwardly humble individual, I do know my value in the market and the years of experience I bring to the table. Snap' 180 change of direction only leads me to question whether there was "age descrimination."
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