I worked at Verily Life Sciences full-time (More than a year)
it's a google company. opportunities abound even though some projects seem a bit nebulous.
need to focus on finding "doers" not just the template of people with a perfect resume but lack of ideas or drive. some managers seem like they have not managed people before. we lose employees bc the pay for entry level is below what a living wage is in SF. No one will stay at 90k a year.
Advice to Management
bring in more people, pay all entry level better. Find managers that mesh with people, who have actually managed people and built things before. Seems like each project is fighting to compete when if we could work together better things would progress faster for all of us.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Verily Life Sciences (New York, NY).
Had a colleague recommend me for the position. Phone interview was relatively easy. Mostly a discussion of my background, past experiences, and hobbies. On-site interview was good but challenging. Interviewed with about six people one-on-one. No useless "personality" questions. Mostly technical questions covering electromechanical design.
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