Careers at Tableau
Shape the future of data
Interns and new grads at Tableau
Tableau hires interns and new graduates from all walks of life into roles across the company globally. Interns and new grads help us shape the future of analytics, working on products and services to change the way people see and understand data.
Find us on campus
We’re proud to partner with organizations across diverse communities, campuses, and conferences to meet curious, humble, and passionate candidates. Find out when we’ll be near you (in person or virtually):
Be valued as a team member
At Tableau, you’ll be a valued team member. Your contributions will make an impact on our products, company, customers, and community. In the program, you’ll accelerate your growth with new skills learned from hands-on experiences.
Thrive and grow in a community
During your internship, you’ll have a busy schedule of in-person and/or virtual activities like roundtables, trainings, and social events. You’ll have fun, be supported by mentors in this tight community, and gain exposure to senior leaders.
Meet our interns
During this time of virtual networking and connection, our passionate, curious, and motivated interns share their stories on our intern blog.Read On
Our recruiting process
While we are a Salesforce company, you’ll work on Tableau-specific projects during your internship. Our engineering internships are posted in early fall. Sales, Marketing, and Operations roles are posted in late fall to early winter.
1. Search & apply
Check out our openings and apply to any internships that you’re interested in and are qualified for. Our recruiting team will review your application and follow up directly if there is a potential match.
2. Interview & assessment
Your first interview may be a conversation with one of our recruiters and may include a technical assessment.
Additional interviews will be with Tableau employees to discuss how your experience, skills, and goals match the role you’re interviewing for.
3. Offer & placement
After interviews, the team will make hiring decisions and extend offers to those who are selected.
In Engineering, you’ll be hired generally and placed on a team at a later date. Placements are based on business needs, your preferences, and skills. In Sales, Marketing, and Operations, you’ll be hired directly on to a specific team.