Intuit

OUR COMPANY AND CULTURE

Intuit believes in the power of the individual.

The power to do more.

To make more. To be more. We believe in the people who do things – the hat jugglers, the to-do list junkies, the masters of getting it done faster, better and more efficiently than ever before. Whether that’s balancing the household budget, running a business or paying taxes.

We believe in these people because we are these people. We thrive on action – and results. And by making things simpler, we all get more out of doing what we love. We’re innovators, and have been at it for more than three decades. And we don’t stand still.

We started small in 1983 with Quicken personal finance software, simplifying a common household dilemma: balancing the family check book. Today, we serve 42 million customers in North America, Europe, Australia and Brazil, with products available from the desktop to the cloud including QuickBooks, TurboTax, and Mint.

As the world evolves, so do we – inventing new solutions to solve important problems, perfecting those solutions and delighting our customers. In short: We’re on a mission to power prosperity around the world. As the way we live and work evolves, we adapt our strategy to meet and lead these changes. No matter where you find us – and whether you use our products on your PC, mobile phone or tablet – we remain committed to creating new and easier ways for consumers and businesses to tackle life’s financial chores, giving them more time to live their lives and run their businesses. As our business and product lines grow beyond accounting and into new areas, we will build on our heritage of innovation. That’s not just our history. It’s our future.

We’re publicly traded with the symbol INTU on the Nasdaq Stock Market, and regularly recognized as one of the best places to work in locations around the world.

To learn more about Intuit’s Journey, click here.

OUR OPPORTUNITIES

Imagine a career where your creative inspiration can fuel BIG innovation. Year-over-year, Intuit has been recognized as a best employer and is consistently ranked on Fortune’s “100 Best Companies To Work For” and Fortune World’s “Most Admired Software Companies” lists. Your career at Intuit is what you make of it – whether you’re in your role for 6 months or 6 years, YOU ultimately have the power to let your performance decide where you go next.

We are always actively seeking strong candidates interested in Sales internship and full-time opportunities!

We are hiring the following positions:

  • Sales
  • Marketing
  • HR
  • Accounting/Finance
  • IT

Connect with us!

To learn about our exciting 2017 Intern Summit, click here.

What’s it like to work for Intuit?  

“My name is Julianne and I was a member of the Beta Kappa chapter of Pi Sigma Epsilon at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. I’ve had 6 different sales jobs within the past 6 years and I can confidently say that Intuit has the best sales training I’ve come across. I’ve been in training for a full month and my sales skills have strengthened tenfold. Intuit coaches you to be customer obsessed and selfless. Our values don’t require us to sell the highest priced product to meet quota, they want us to care about the customer and empathize with their needs. We practice integrity without compromise, which allows us to practice empathy and honesty in our sales calls. It feels really good to have managers and coworkers who put your success above their own, everyone is eager to help you get ahead of the learning curve. Intuit is no pressure environment, in fact, we dress casually every day and have a bean bag in the café for sleeping purposes!”

“My name is Julianne and I was a member of the Beta Kappa chapter of Pi Sigma Epsilon at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. I recently moved across the country from Southern California to Northern Virginia. Moving here and leaving my entire network in California was one of the hardest decisions I have ever had to make.

Within two weeks, Hurricane Florence was predicted to hit the area I lived in, luckily for me, there were team members that treated me like family and the team came together and created a sense of safety for me; I was able to confide in my coworkers for reassurance and shelter in case my area was hit badly. This experience really showed me how Intuit employees aligned in character and morals.

I’ve had 6 different sales jobs within the past 6 years and I can confidently say that Intuit has the best sales training I’ve come across. I’ve been in training for a full month and my sales skills have strengthened tenfold. Intuit coaches you to be customer obsessed and selfless. Our values don’t require us to sell the highest priced product to meet quota, they want us to care about the customer and empathize with their needs. We practice integrity without compromise, which allows us to practice empathy and honesty in our sales calls.

It feels really good to have managers and coworkers who put your success above their own, everyone is eager to help you get ahead of the learning curve. Intuit is no pressure environment, in fact, we dress casually every day and have a bean bag in the café for sleeping purposes!

There are seven other new college grads (besides myself), three of them started in June; all three of them are leading the company in sales by product AND revenue. Jeremy from University of Arizona has hit 201% of his quota, James from University of Cincinnati has hit 164.8%, and Anthony has hit 160.8% of his sales goal. They’re 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in the entire company for sales, putting our Fredericksburg office in the spotlight. The five of us who started in August are just starting our sales calls I’m excited to see where our training will take us. These statistics speak for themselves and I’m excited to follow in their footsteps.

Pi Sigma Epsilon taught me to be coachable and professional, to have a great work ethic and to get involved. I was able to participate in several events to give back to the community when I was with PSE in college; at Intuit, I was able to continue that through Intuit’s “We Care and Give Back” program. In my orientation week, we traveled to a beach in Northern California and rid the entire beach and the surrounding areas of trash. It’s comforting to see that something I was so fond of in college is continuing in my next step of life.

If you’re thinking about taking the same leap of faith, my best advice to you is to utilize your network, social skills, and financial resources that PSE provided you with. If you have any concerns about stepping out of your comfort zone, feel free to reach out to me through LinkedIn. Remember my advice: utilize your network and resources.”

     

Interested in becoming a corporate partner?

Pi Sigma Epsilon has many opportunities to connect Corporate Partners with members. A partnership gives your company the access to exhibit booths at national events, speak at local chapters and many other ways to promote in front of the brightest students in the nation.

Susie BlomquistIntuit