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May 24 2017

Single Sushi: Sysadmin for Mac servers

Headquarters: Sunnyvale, CA
URL: http://www.singlesushi.com/

We are looking for a full-time systems administrator to remotely manage Mac OS-X servers that run java-based web servers.  We also use Postgres.  Pay is $5000/month.  Work from anywhere.

I should mention that this is not a typical corporate environment.  We value simplicity over trendiness.  We don't hesitate to go against popular opinions in technology.  We do not use tools like Git, Perl, PHP, and Scala which we consider to be too complicated and poorly designed.  We prefer simple, robust tools like in the original Unix design.  So if you prefer working with the latest popular software, this job will not be a good fit for you.  To work with us, you must be willing to work our way, focusing on simplicity and robustness, not trendiness and popularity.

To apply: Please send your resume to fschmidt@gmail.com

Mobile Developer - React Native at TOTVS Labs (Philadelphia, PA) (allows remote)

About the position


TOTVS Labs is looking for a Senior React Native Developer to work closely with the team to build our mobile app on iOS and Android. We’re using this as an opportunity to build an app focused on delivering a great experience to our customers. We’ll work in a highly dynamic environment, working quickly and smart to deliver the app in optimal time.


The ideal candidate will have great problem solving and communication skills and be comfortable with fast paced design, development and deployment working in an agile environment. He/she has worked extensively on iOS and Android apps and built complex, responsive and sophisticated apps. We are looking for smart, innovative thinkers to help us solve the complex challenges of building a high-performance app.

May 23 2017

Principal Endpoint Software Engineer (macOS) at Carbon Black (Waltham, MA) (allows remote)

Why Carbon Black?


At Carbon Black, you’ll have an opportunity to make a huge impact while working alongside a global community of passionate security technology experts. For three consecutive years, our valued employees around the world have made Carbon Black a Top Place to Work, as named by the Boston Globe.


Our Carbon Black Defense Sensor team is looking for macOS Software Engineers with experience in macOS internals, computer security and development of enterprise-grade endpoint software systems.  Ideal candidates would have intimate knowledge of xcode, Cocoa, and macOS kernel-level coding - including driver work.  If you love computer security and digging into complex engineering challenges, then we want you on our team.


What You'll Do



  • Independently collaborate with product owners, quality-assurance engineers, support personnel, tech writers and other software developers on your team to produce best-of-breed, enterprise-grade computer-security software for macOS devices

  • Plan and take responsibility for multiple features through the complete software development lifecycle

  • Contribute to code reviews and give considered, high-quality feedback. Proactively identify potential pitfalls in proposed software designs

  • Ensure high customer satisfaction by responding to high-priority issues quickly, debugging challenging issues, and fixing customer bugs

  • Mentor other engineers

  • Participate in Agile development processes, including actively participating in scrums and understanding general sprint workflow and responsibilities

  • Communicate status effectively to team members

Senior Software Developer at Overpass (Newark, NJ) (allows remote)

We are looking for software engineers that have exceptional JavaScript skills. The ideal candidate has working experience with modular Javascript, can write pure JS code without depending on third-party libraries and is up to date with the latest JS advancements, e.g. ES6, Background Workers, Web Sockets, etc.


At Overpass, you'll be part of an amazing development team, focused on building a quality product. We are building a communications platform from the ground up. If you want to be challenged, work on the latest technologies and have a great time doing it, this is the place for you.

Software Developer Java (m/w) at TimoCom Soft- und Hardware GmbH (Erkrath, Deutschland) (allows remote)

Verändern Sie mit uns eine ganze Branche – Logistik 4.0


Bei TimoCom arbeiten Sie in kleinen drei- bis fünfköpfigen Teams an neuen, innovativen Webapplikationen und Services. Sie entwickeln unsere Software-Produkte weiter und optimieren die täglichen Arbeitsabläufe unserer Kunden. Neben dem täglichen Coden bleibt auch die Zeit für ein Kicker-Turnier in unseren vielfältigen Teams. Wer es etwas ruhiger mag, macht es sich auf der Sonnenterasse in einem unserer Strandkörbe gemütlich.


Wir suchen Sie als Software Developer Java (m/w)


Ihre To-dos:



  • Agile Softwareentwicklung im Java-Umfeld mithilfe aktueller Technologien (z.B. Spring, JPA, Maven, Elasticsearch etc.)

  • Erstellung von Webanwendungen und Services von der Konzeption bis zum Deployment

  • Abschätzung von Anforderungen im Rahmen der Sprintplanung

  • Wissenstransfer im Team sowie ein stetiger Austausch mit den anderen Produktentwicklungsteams

  • Neue Technologien/Frameworks prüfen

May 22 2017

Jakt: Sales Consultant
Custody X Change Inc.: UX Research & Design; North or South America; FT or PT

May 21 2017

Senior Engineering Manager (Platform) at Envato (Melbourne, Australia) (allows remote)

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: this role is not suitable for people who do not want to live in Australia. You can work in our head office in Melbourne or may be able to work remotely while located in Australia. All applicants may be considered for all open engineering roles across the Envato (Envato Market, Envato Tuts+, Envato Studio , etc.).



Headquartered in Melbourne, Australia, Envato is the leading marketplace for creative assets and creative people. With more than 300 staff and contractors worldwide, we've helped a community of creative sellers earn more than $500 Million . Millions of people around the world choose our marketplace, studio and courses to buy files, hire freelancers, or learn the skills needed to build websites, videos, apps, graphics and more. You might be surprised to know that we run some of the biggest websites in the world.   We're also growing really fast!


We are looking for a Senior Engineering Manager for our Platform Engineering team. The opportunity is to lead five teams of developers who build and operate the shared services and tooling that underpin Envato's online properties. These teams work closely with stakeholders including teams that rely on the services they provide, commercial and subject matter experts to provide essential financial, identity management and infrastructure services to the rest of the organisation.


We have three Senior Engineering Manager opportunities (all at a similar level) across our team at Envato. Your application will be considered for all open roles across the Envato marketplace.


What you'll be doing


As a Senior Engineering Manager you will be the leader of a technical team that works collaboratively with commercial, product, programme and other teams to operate and evolve Envato's online businesses. Your responsibilities cover technical operations for large web platforms, people management of large teams and delivery of large projects. You will play a key role in preserving and strengthening Envato's technical culture that emphasises taking ownership and responsibility, while acting as a trusted advisor to non-technical colleagues.


You will be able to establish and maintain great stakeholder relationships, provide coaching and mentoring to managers reporting to you, oversee the delivery of initiatives, monitor operational performance including budgets for infrastructure and tools, manage technical risks and contribute to company wide technical discussions and initiatives. You will be able to pragmatically balance short and long term consideration as well as technical and commercial ones while strengthening our culture and keeping Envato a great place to work.


What we're looking for



  • More than five years experience leading large software teams and managing managers, with high engagement and great people practices

  • Ideally more than ten years of experience driving highly effective technology teams, be it in technical or project/program leadership

  • Excellent communication and stakeholder management skills

  • Highly self-motivated and directed

  • An excellent approach to matching work and people that gets the best out of the team and the best result for the business

  • A proven track record in driving great new functionality to market, working cross functionally and in an Agile way

  • Excellent planning skills and experience, naturally capable of seeing dependencies and driving others to deliver, while maintaining great relationships - a diplomat yet a driver of great outcomes

  • Ideally experienced in fast growing digital companies, requiring ongoing planning and frequent re-forecasting

  • Solid commercial and financial skills proven managing large teams and supplier relationships

  • Displays integrity and ethical behaviour; interacts fairly, honestly and professionally in all business dealings in line with Envato’s Values

  • Ability to take and give constructive feedback


A Great Team and Culture



Who should apply?


We care deeply about diversity at Envato, and welcome applicants of all types, and from all backgrounds. If you think you have the skills and experience needed for this role then we'd like to hear from you.


What next?


Submit a cover letter, an up to date copy of your resume and answers to the application questions. Good luck!

We care about your privacy. By submitting your application you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy. If you're into reading legal documents or you're keen to know more about how we handle your personal information read our Privacy Policy before you submit your application. 

Innovations For Learning: Senior Front End Developer

May 20 2017

Senior Full-Stack Software Engineer - SF at Tanium (Emeryville, CA) (allows remote)

As a Tanium Senior Software Engineer, you will be tasked with building and maintaining best-of-breed products as part of a small and highly agile development team.  Tanium focuses on a strong customer engagement model and feedback process to ensure our products are designed the right way from the beginning.  When new products ideas are identified, our software engineers are responsible for designing, developing and testing the products from the ground up, while continuously iterating with product management and customers for feedback and input.

Dev Ops Engineer at KeyNexus (Victoria, BC, Canada) (allows remote)

About the role


KeyNexus is a Silicon Valley backed enterprise key management and storage company. Our clients and partners include the most recognized names in technology, security and internet infrastructure on the planet. We don't spend our days fixing 20 year old, obsolete application code nobody ever uses. We are building new systems and platforms that hundreds of millions of people will use to protect their privacy and personal information and that is something we are all passionate about. We have a small and distributed team with some of the best talent in the industry and we are looking to expand.


We are seeking a dev ops engineer to assist our development teams with build and deployment automation. If you enjoy working on new systems and platforms, improving efficiency and finding innovative ways of solving problems then you will LOVE this job.


Main responsibilities



  • Define and unify repeatable build procedures for staged releases

  • Maintain various software feature branches and integration

  • Write build scripts and integrate outside tools in order to automate deployment and testing

  • Help on-board new engineers and train them about KeyNexus’ source control procedures

  • Assist with testing and quality assurance

  • Stay current with industry trends, techniques and technology


We are looking for self-starters where key capabilities include:



  • Experience in building in Java or PHP

  • Experience in deploying and configuring web-based applications

  • Proficiency with build automation and dependency management tools such as Maven or Gradle

  • Proficiency with source code management systems such as Git or Mercurial

  • Experience with Agile development methodologies

  • Familiarity with technical practices such as test-driven development and continuous integration

  • Able to effectively communicate in both a technical and non-technical manner

  • Ability to multi-task and stay organized in a dynamic work environment

  • Possess a positive attitude and willingness to contribute to the ongoing performance of the team


Nice to have



  • Experience with AWS, Azure, Google Cloud or similar cloud infrastructure providers

  • Experience with Docker and VirtualBox

  • Experience managing Windows or Linux-based servers

  • Knowledge of secure coding and development best practices

  • Experience with JIRA, Slack, Confluence, BitBucket, Bamboo and/or Git


Qualifications requested



  • Post-secondary degree or diploma in Computer Science or a related discipline, or equivalent job experience

  • Fluency in English (written and oral)


We can’t wait to hear from you!


The position is available immediately. As our team is distributed, we will consider applicants from both Victoria and elsewhere.

May 19 2017

GotSoccer, LLC: Entry Level Programmer: Scheduling and Optimization - Fluent in Japanese

Mid Software Engineer - Haskell at Signal Vine (Alexandria, VA) (allows remote)

We are looking for someone that loves to find efficient and performant solutions to technical problems, and implement them in Haskell. You will be part of a small team of Haskellers working on Presta, the back-end of our communications platform. 


Presta is responsible for maintaining program state over time, sending and receiving text messages, a command line tool for simulating messaging programs and it’s very own informally-specified implementation of half of Common Lisp (really! h/t Greenspun’s 10th rule) known as Lispy.  


You will help maintain the existing applications and add new features, to meet the technical needs of the business.

Sr Software Engineer - Scala at Signal Vine (Alexandria, VA) (allows remote)

We are looking for someone that is adept at writing and delivering quality software.  This is a leadership role in a team of nine engineers, where you will work closely with the VP of Software Development to help plan, architect, and build our enterprise SaaS communications platform.


We work on a really cool stack with some great folks. You’ll be working with Scala, Play! Framework, Elastic Search, RabbitMQ, PostgreSQL, ElasticSearch, AWS, AngularJS. In the coming months we will be looking to you to help us figure out how to migrate to Kafka along with a more well defined stream processing framework. We’ve been looking at Kafka’s streaming API, Beam, and Samza, but maybe you have your own ideas about how to plumb a distributed micro-services based architecture for scale and fault tolerance.


It’s an exciting time in the engineering department as we are taking our first steps into Machine Learning, preparing to rebuild our web application, and grow the team.

Sr Front-end Engineer at Signal Vine (Alexandria, VA) (allows remote)

We are looking for someone that knows how to create and maintain beautiful, dynamic and responsive web applications.  This is a leadership position where you will work closely with the VP of Software Development and product team to evaluate technologies, plan and architect new features, and break larger features into tasks that can be worked on by junior developers.


Our current web application is backed by the Play! Framework for Scala, but it primarily serves an Angular1.5 SPA.  Not to worry - there’s plenty of opportunity to work with more current tech. We anticipate refreshing the web app this year, and we expect you to play a crucial role in that process - we want someone that knows how to design a modern greenfield web application.  


You’ll have a lot of influence over which framework we pick (both front & back-end, although we have a substantial Scala codebase).  We are also looking for you to be able to create an app that avoids the pitfalls we made the first time, such as how to incorporate UI testing from the beginning, how to design a sane client-side routing strategy, how to leverage our strongly typed back-end into our client application and more. It’s an exciting opportunity for someone with a passion for creating web-based applications.

Site Reliability Engineer at Envato (Melbourne, Australia) (allows remote)

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: this role is not suitable for people who do not want to live in Australia. You can work in our head office in Melbourne or may be able to work remotely while located in Australia. All applicants may be considered for all open engineering roles across the Envato (Envato Market, Envato Tuts+, Envato Studio , etc.).




  • Join our thriving global, online business

  • Work in an environment which is unique in its scale and pace of change in Australia

  • Based in our Melbourne CBD Head Office or remote (Australia wide)





Headquartered in Melbourne, Australia, Envato is the leading marketplace for creative assets and creative people. 






With more than 270 staff and contractors worldwide, we've helped a community of creative sellers earn more than $400 Million. Millions of people around the world choose our marketplace, studio and courses to buy files, hire freelancers, or learn the skills needed to build websites, videos, apps, graphics and more. 





Recently, JobAdvisor awarded us the title of Australia's Coolest Company for Women and Diversity (2015 and 2016). We were also named as one of the Best Places to Work in Australia in the 2015 and 2016 BRW Awards.




You might be surprised to know that not only do we run some of the biggest websites in the world; we’re also growing really fast!




What we’re looking for


You will have built and managed large scale, web facing systems serving millions of requests a month while still supporting many deploys a day. You understand that configuring and managing this scale of infrastructure requires a fully-automated infrastructure provisioning toolset. You need to have a broad knowledge of system administration, networking, databases, security, storage and performance and have expertise in at least one of these disciplines.  


You align with the goals of the DevOps movement in improving collaboration between the development and operations disciplines.


What you’ll be doing


We value people who can roll up their sleeves and get things done while keeping the big goals in sight. As a Site Reliability Engineer, you'll be part of a team that supports the wider engineering team to ensure the reliability of Envato's websites. Here's a snapshot of your day-to-day:



  • Availability: work to increase the mean-time-between-failures and decrease the mean-time-to-repair of public-facing systems

  • Monitoring: contribute to the improvement of the monitoring and measurement systems that support our operational scale and continuous delivery

  • Operations: help the engineering team to operate the systems required to deliver the sites

  • Emergency Response: take part in the roster to support the site after normal office hours, troubleshoot live production issues, facilitate the response to emergency situations, and review incidents and make recommendations based on lessons learned

  • Performance, Efficiency & Latency: contribute to the measurement techniques that assist in the performance tuning of the applications stack, use the monitoring systems to help maintain application performance at acceptable levels, and recommend and implement performance improvements across the stack

  • Security & Risk: participate in the ongoing process to identify and mitigate risk in Market systems

  • Capacity Planning: use our monitoring to advise on capacity requirements



Essential requirements



  • A commitment to continual learning

  • On value with Envato’s passionate and supportive culture

  • Has provided a positive contribution to both operations-focused and development-focused work

  • Communicates well in person and in writing

  • Has built and maintained cloud-based applications and infrastructure

  • Linux administration

  • Monitoring and logging tools

  • Passion for and experience in best practice systems operations tools and techniques

  • Supporting a large public facing web-based application

  • Has worked with tools and frameworks for automating infrastructure



Technologies you'll be working with



  • SQL Database management

  • AWS

  • DDoS defence systems

  • Ubuntu

  • Datadog, NewRelic, Rollbar and Splunk Monitoring and Logging Tools

  • Application and Edge Caching and CDNs

  • Ruby and Ruby-on-Rails application development

  • AWS Aurora (MySQL performance tuning and troubleshooting)

  • Security and Risk identification, assessment and mitigation

  • Puppet and Cloudformation

  • Self-healing systems



And in our environment we value people who



  • Are nice

  • Are self-starters with a sense of humour

  • Contribute to Open Source projects

  • Have experience in other agile environments

  • Prefer a culture of shared responsibility between software developers and infrastructure specialists



What we offer


The challenge of scale and speed of change

As a Site Reliability Engineer you’ll be working in an environment which is unique in its scale and pace of change in Australia. The core application (written in Ruby on Rails) peaks at around 20,000 requests a minute and handles around 25 million application requests a day. Our development team will typically deploy the entire application 15-20 times per day and we are deploying software-defined infrastructure updates many times a week. Our traffic is 24/7 so there no “quiet periods” for maintenance. All this combined means you are unlikely to find a more challenging role of this kind in Australia.


A great team and culture



  • We’re careful about hiring, and have built a team of great devs

  • Developers are responsible for features from inception through to them being in the hands of customers. The devs talk directly to customers about what they’re working on

  • We do continuous delivery properly: any team member can deploy, and we regularly do several deploys a day

  • We publish portions of our code as open source, and contribute back to open source projects we use

  • We run regular retro and education sessions, and constantly encourage our team to improve their craft

  • We have a low politics-to-actual-work ratio

  • A fantastic culture of creatively minded, hard working people who are passionate about Envato and being part of its growth and success

  • Flexible working conditions – we want you to love your work but also your life outside of Envato

  • We actively work on creating a safe, inclusive environment free from discrimination

  • A fast paced and progressive environment where everyone has regular interaction with teammates and Envato community members from all over the world!

  • Read more from our staff about why they love working at Envato by visiting www.jobadvisor.com.au/envato



Who should apply?


We care deeply about diversity at Envato, and welcome applicants of all types, and from all backgrounds. If you think you have the skills and experience needed for this role then we'd like to hear from you.



What next?


Submit a cover letter, an up to date copy of your resume and answers to the application questions. Good luck!




We care about your privacy. By submitting your application you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy. If you're into reading legal documents or you're keen to know more about how we handle your personal information read our Privacy Policy before you submit your application. 

May 17 2017

Collage.com: Senior Frontend Software Engineer
Collage.com: Lead DevOps Engineer

Lead DevOps Engineer at Collage.com (Seattle, WA) (allows remote)

Collage.com's mission is to make custom products easy for everyone. We strive to do this by providing superior software and excellent customer service. We sell an expanding variety of photo and home products, including photo blankets, photo books, canvases, pillows, and more. Our company has been featured on the TODAY Show, The View, and Good Morning America many times. We are a profitable, 100% employee-owned company that has rapidly grown to 50 employees and $22M annual revenue over the past five years.



As a remote company, our development team is set up to empower individuals. The less time developers spend dealing with cumbersome processes and inefficient systems, the more time they have to solve problems and make an impact. We believe in staying at the forefront of best practices so that we can focus on work that matters. We use continuous deployment (anything that is merged following a pull request goes straight to production) and are fully distributed with all of our systems in the cloud. We invest heavily in developing software well and using the best technology to delight our customers.



We are seeking an ambitious and nice dev ops leader who shares our passion for building a great software company. As a 100% remote organization (read about our remote workplace at remote.co), this is a unique opportunity to define how our software development organization should run without having an office. As the leader of DevOps at Collage.com, you will play a pivotal role in improving the experience and productivity of your team members every day. You will be the key evangelist of a vision to continuously strengthen our underlying foundation of infrastructure and automation to deliver performance and reliability while making software easy to develop. Our goal is to continue our fast pace of growth and create the best work environment for engineers to be happy, productive, and grow professionally.



Learn more about working and developing software at Collage.com.



Responsibilities




  • Lead Collage.com's dev ops strategy and roadmap.

  • Fully own our build and continuous deployment systems (currently Webpack and Jenkins)

  • Manage our production and development environments (currently LAMP, Vagrant), including configuration and updates.

  • Administer our AWS infrastructure to maximize reliability and performance while maintaining a lean cost structure.

  • Manage our cloud database systems and data pipeline to Redshift



Required Qualifications




  • Passion for staying at the forefront of engineering best practices and helping other developers

  • Previous relevant experience supporting a modern web application architecture (either pure operations, or software engineering with a knack for dev ops)

  • Strong knowledge of scripting languages (e.g., Bash, Python), Amazon Web Services (e.g., EC2, S3, CloudFront, ElastiCache), SQL, Linux, Webpack, continuous integration systems (e.g., Jenkins), and development environment configuration (e.g., Vagrant, Docker, Puppet)

  • Experience with cloud database administration (e.g., MySQL, Postgres, ETL, Redshift) is preferred

  • Proficient with application programming in PHP and Javascript

  • Bachelor's degree in computer science, information systems, or equivalent work experience



Benefits and Perks




  • Working from home makes it easier to focus on results and develop professionally while spending less time commuting. (See our opinion piece on perks and work-life balance at mlive.com.)

  • 401(k) plan, home internet reimbursement, and $3,000 / year in free Collage.com products plus employee discount for friends and family.

  • Collage.com pays 100% of the premium for full health, vision and dental insurance coverage for you and your family in a high-quality Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO plan.

  • Flexible work schedule and unlimited vacation policy (work hard and take time when you need it).

  • We'll pay for any computer and home office equipment (within reason) that will help you work better.



The Interview Process



We strive to provide a transparent interview process that maximizes the chances of success for qualified candidates. You will start out with a brief screening interview that tests basic coding ability in Javascript in a Node.js environment, and where we answer any questions you have about the position.



After we have verified your background, experience, and basic coding ability, we will give you a take-home assignment. The goal of this assignment is to test your ability in a real work environment where you pull together resources from the internet rather than having to recall nuances of bash syntax on a white board.



Next, you will have two separate interview with senior engineers that cover in-depth technical questions about SQL, PHP, build systems, etc. followed by a discussion of systems architecture. Finally, you will talk to both founders of the company about dev ops strategy and Collage.com.

Full-Stack Engineer (Ruby, Java, C++) For All-Remote Holacracy-Powered Company at Action Verb () (allows remote)

Hi! We’re Action Verb.


We build two Infrastructure-as-a-Service Platforms that Engineering and Marketing professionals use to power their products and services.


Our products include BrickFTP, a hosted file sharing service for business, and Vae Platform, a unique web hosting platform with an integrated CMS system.


Our company consists of 8 full time USA-based Engineers, as well as sales and support outposts in France, Germany, and Latin America. We’re looking to grow our family by one or two faces.


Our infrastructure platforms are used by over 2,000 enterprises and SMBs, including Mozilla, Canonical, UPS, DirecTV, GoPro, Marriott, and more.


We’ve been able to achieve the rare combination of high double-digit annual growth and industry leading profitability.


We do it by aggressively recruiting the absolute best and brightest engineers and structuring our company in a way that makes them want to work here forever.


It’s easy to say, but exceptionally hard to execute. Here’s how we do it.


We are one of the early adopters of Holacracy, a new style of running an organization in a self-organizing manner that draws inspiration from agile software development and lean manufacturing processes.


Rather than hiring people for exactly one job description, we instead look to find well rounded team members with skills in software engineering, design, marketing, sales, and our other needs who are interested in filling multiple roles within the organization.


As a self-organizing team, our people have multiple roles and our role descriptions are regularly updated via small iterations. As their interests change and our needs change, the roles people fill change dynamically over time.


"Most startups believe in iteration of their products. Now they need to apply the same thinking to their organizations."
– Adam Pisoni, Yammer co-founder & CTO


Learn more about our Holacracy practice.


Holacracy is not unstructured: you’ll have a clear understanding of your current roles and responsibilities, as well as a set of rules and processes for changing those roles and responsibilities in real time.


Even though Holacracy is a lot to learn, we have a great onboarding process and the rest of our team will guide you through your first few months. You’ll also have the opportunity to attend a weeklong official Holacracy training event at our expense.


We also practice Open Book Management, meaning that we share the exact details of our Balance Sheet and P&L Statement with our entire team in real-time, ensuring that our staff has the data they need to treat the business as if it were their own.


Learn more about Open Book Management.


Our team members work from home and choose their own hours, allowing them to make time for family, recreation, vacations, or anything that is important to them.


Every team member gets 10 company-wide holidays per year as well as 20 paid time off days intended to be used for vacations. Go have fun. Don’t work all the time.


Our team members also work hard, are constantly learning, and accomplish a ton for the company in the time that they are working.


Our team spends at least 12 days together face-to-face per year at four quarterly meetings that are hosted all over the country. We try to do these meetings in cities that are fun to visit. In the last few years, we’ve been to Austin, Orlando, Minneapolis, San Diego, Las Vegas, New York City, and Detroit.


As you might expect from a company that is so open, we also post our salary information right here in the job post. We will pay you $100,000 in your first year, plus a great benefits package, and a $2,500 signing bonus to purchase a new computer.


After your first year with Action Verb, we will update your salary based on the value that you have been able to demonstrate for the company. We continue to update salary levels every year. It is possible to reach a pay level of double the starting salary if you come in and absolutely crush it.


We fully pay for your health insurance (exact plan details depend on your state of residence), and we’ll pick up the tab for 50% of your spouse or family if they wish to also join the healthcare plan. We want your family to be healthy.


We recognize that other companies may offer higher initial salary offers or signing bonuses, but at Action Verb, we know that for our ideal candidate, the exact level of pay is just one criteria by which they choose where to work. Our goal is to offer the greatest work environment possible and pay people well enough to make it possible for them to join the team. Come learn our way of working, take on as many roles as you can, and establish yourself as a valuable asset to us. Then after your first year, we’ll re-evaluate your salary and make sure it’s more than fair, given the value you’ve been able to generate for the company.

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