Find a long-term career doing work you love.
We love the work we do. Everyone deserves to feel this way.
We think you should end each day feeling like you did a good day’s work, enjoyed it, and were rewarded for it. Every day should be interesting, challenging, and fulfilling.
Most workers are always focused on tomorrow — and that often means today sucks. We don’t see the point of sacrificing now for the hope of a someday payoff.
Do what you love. Today.
This is a place to get off the corporate ladder or the high-pressure IPO train.
We have all of the challenges, opportunities, and fun of those places — without the risk and endless stress. People come here looking for a career of five or more years. (And that’s what we’re looking for, too.)
There’s no ladder, and we don’t really care about titles. If you’re looking for a place where you can climb the corporate ladder and work your way up to important-sounding titles, you’re going to be disappointed. Instead of the traditional promotions, we grow through personal development with lots of training.
Like doctors, engineers, or artists, we learn and perfect a skill over time, and we want careers where we get to use these skills every day.
Advancement comes in the form of increased pay and responsibilities, not titles. There’s just no corporate hierarchy here. Most of our teams are three layers deep (at most), and no job is a stepping stone to another role. You should apply for the job you really want.
You choose your career path.
Instead of a ladder, we’re more like a jungle gym. Rather than trying to climb up, we’re a place where you can go really deep into your passion — or try something different when a new role opens up.
You decide how fast and how far you want to go.
We’re growing quickly, which will give you lots of opportunities to take on new projects and challenges. But if you love what you’re doing, there’s no pressure to change — you can still grow as a professional and in compensation without having to take on a new role.
Your advancement is self-paced. Show us that you’ve mastered 1) the tools, 2) the general industry knowledge, and 3) the specific knowledge and skills necessary to do the job you want. When you do, we’ll give you the chance to try something new.
What won’t work is expecting advancement because of seniority – we reward personal growth and development. Don’t expect to learn a new job after you get promoted. Instead, show us that you’ve been developing the skills necessary for the next role, and we’ll give you the chance to use them.