Mission: To unleash the power of the spoken word.
I have been working at Audible full-time (More than a year)
Great managers and coworkers, benefits (competitive health insurance, retirement, commute up to $200), autonomy, provided lunches and snacks, liberal work environment
Less agility than competitively necessary in this tech-forward market, which is especially disappointing given that we are a subsidiary of Amazon and have theoretical access to their resources
Advice to Management
Great experience with management so far
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Audible in February-2014.
I applied online for a Product Manager position with Audible. Within about 2 weeks I was contacted for a phone interview, which took a little over a week to set-up. The interview was with a product manager who worked with both Kindle and Audible. She had worked at Amazon in the past. I was not asked back for a second interview and my thank you emails did not receive a response/acknowledgement. All in all a good experience but I could have prepared more with regards to specific metrics for success.
Read about our founder/CEO's vision for our company & Newark's turnaround. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQPhu
Bravo to the amazing performers— Zachary Quinto, Alan Cumming, Mike Colter, and more — whose voices captivated TV audiences across the country this week. Your voices spoke volumes. #AudibleVoices
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