Hearst Autos employees also enjoy the rewards and resources of working in a large organization. The company provides its employees with outside classes to expand their expertise. But educational opportunities don’t stop there—new employees are trained on the technical and negotiation skills needed to thrive in their new environment, regardless of previous experiences.
Formed in 2016, Hearst Autos is a division of Hearst, one of the nation’s most diversified media, information, and services companies. Hearst Autos consists of three website properties, including Car and Driver, Jumpstart Automotive Media, and Road & Track. Despite its corporate foundation, Hearst Autos is a nimble player in the space—the company aims to become the top digital car buying experience platform.
“Do your homework before coming in for interviews. We want you to be innately curious about the type of work we’re trying to accomplish here. You want to be able to take advantage of your expertise and points of views as we continue to recreate Car and Driver.”
Director, Digital Product Portfolio
“Hearst has well-known brands, such as Cosmopolitan and Popular Mechanics, but we’re a small team that develops code really fast—without the corporate culture restricting us—and that’s how we excel.”