Atlassian offers software to customers to help with developing, issues tracking, and collaborating in team settings. This is supported in their mission statement which is, “help unleash the potential of every team” and this idea of unity and support is echoed throughout their website. Employees seem to be incredibly satisfied with the company and the environment Atlassian has created providing quotes like, “This place is incredible, and they will literally have to drag me out of here if they ever want me to leave.”
Atlassian stresses the importance of diversity on their website, saying that teams perform best when they are diverse. Applicants should try to find ways to emphasize why they are unique and different compared to others applying for the role and how that will help once part of the Atlassian team.
Atlassian has over 170,000 customers and offices in seven countries. The company was founded in 2002 and has four offices in the US (New York, Boston, Austin, and San Francisco).
Fresh minds, creative thinkers, and talented technicians: Atlassian welcomes you! If you're an outstanding student with a strong passion to make things better, Atlassian encourages you to apply no matter what you are studying. This isn't your run-of-the-mill intern job. With Atlassian, you'll be involved in their daily operations and have the opportunity to make real contributions.
Atlassian asks that all of their interns be able to commit to at least 12 weeks of full-time work. Their internships vary by location, but all have a common purpose: to prepare you for the world that comes after graduation.
This online challenge tests your skills in the field of the desired internship.
In this phone interview, be prepared to talk about your past experiences, as well as behavioral and cultural-fit questions.
Final round interview(s)
Final interviews may involve more tests or discussions on past projects and how they could be applied to Atlassian.
Reach out to your alumni network and see if they can offer you insight into Atlassian and the interview process
Do research on Atlassian, such as their culture, current projects, company goals, etc.
The positions are very competitive to get, so doing your research and preparing for behavioral-type questions is imperative.
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