Not only has the rise of influencers changed the landscape of fame, but technology has enabled celebrities of all kinds to reach more fans every day. Our growth is a combination of a new and rapidly growing market, and we’re excited to be pioneers in this uncharted territory.
We sit at an interesting intersection between what is quintessentially LA/Hollywood (entertainment) and SF/Silicon Valley (technology). These are often viewed as two non-overlapping worlds, but they’re not, and that’s what makes Cameo so exciting to build. We started this company in 2016 after our cofounder Martin, who was working as an NFL agent at the time, wanted to give his friend, Brandon, a special present to celebrate the birth of his son. Martin asked Cassius Marsh to record a short and personalized video for Brandon, who is a massive fan. His reaction was absolutely priceless. And from the pure joy that this short video created, Cameo was born.
We’ve been growing quickly ever since, and all of this growth has created a ton of opportunity to be a mentor, manager, and founding member of a new company. We’re spinning up entirely new teams and also need engineers to help us scale to millions of users, build out search and discovery on Cameo, and improve our UI and video performance as we’ve started to reach the limits of what React Native can do. If you want to learn more or get in touch, please reach out to Maddie at [email protected] or Alex at [email protected]. You can also check out this podcast where our CEO Steven talks about where Cameo is headed.
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The strong revenue stream and demand for our products are driving rapid growth on our team. As a team, we’ve grown 3x in 2019 (from 12 to 36). We expect to at least double in 2020. While growing quickly, we aren’t willing to lower our bar on three core selection criteria for any new teammate: exceptional technical skills, deep commitment to the mission, and highly collaborative work style.
As we continue to grow there are lots of things we’d like to solve, but we need talent that shares our vision.
What’s fueling our growth? User demand.
Our users are organically signing up for our product faster than we expected (a good problem to have!) and we’re quickly expanding our team in order to keep up. We believe we have a 2-3-year window to take the market and aim to reach $100M ARR within that time frame. We’re eager to bring on new team members to support our current SaaS product, EHR integrations, external API, and also focus on new initiatives.
NexHealth is at a really exciting inflection point. We're building digital infrastructure for people and their doctors, and the global coronavirus pandemic has demonstrated the need for a product like NexHealth more than ever. Whether you’re passionate about overcoming COVID-19 or the general healthcare space, looking to join a cash flow-positive tech startup, or simply interested in building better solutions for you and the people you know, we hope you’ll check out our open roles and reach out.
Our large team is quickly expanding, which means that there are endless opportunities for people to grow both upwards and laterally. We expect that many engineers will carve out their own paths. We’re doing a lot today, but we have even bigger plans and are currently hiring to support both the current and new initiatives that will support our growth this year and beyond.
We should mention that Stitch Fix has a culture of recruiting, and it is everyone’s job to hire great people. We don’t outsource recruiting to recruiting, and hiring managers are never the only people to making the final hiring decision. We leverage cross-functional partners and dynamic interviews to fully assess talent, and treat the candidate experience and client experience with the same importance. We hope that you’ll reach out if you’re interested in learning more about being an engineer at Stitch Fix.
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What’s unique about the real estate market is its depth and vastness. We’ll never outgrow the real estate market because it doesn’t have a cap, and without a ceiling, we have countless opportunities to capitalize for both our business and the individuals on our team. It’s an exciting time to join because we have a lot of momentum, but we’re still small. We welcome the most senior of engineers as well as recent coding bootcamp grads, and everyone will have direct exposure to our CTO and leadership team. If you’re looking to have outsized impact in an early company with traction, we’d love to hear from you!
In the past year we have doubled the size of our team, and we plan to double again this year. We want to be at 80+ in product and engineering by the end of 2018. This includes engineers, product managers, designers, and engineering managers. We have just begun to revolutionize our industry and need many more people to help execute on that vision. We want to grow beyond being a stage in the hiring funnel and start driving the hiring funnel. There is still a lot of work to do and we need great people to reach our ambitious goals. If you’re interested, learn more about our interview process and reach out if you’d like to apply!
As a new Alto Engineer, you’ll help us expand beyond SoCal and build the systems to support multiple locations. If you’re a mobile developer, you can build our mobile app from scratch in React Native, making our customers’ on-the-go experience seamless. Whether you enjoy frontend, backend, or fullstack work, you can help us take a holistic look at our Fertility patient experience or build any feature(s) that improve our internal tooling. There is so much to do and so much that can be done when you work with people who share your passion. If you’re curious about who we are or where we’re going, check out this podcast with our CEO Mattieu.
We started 2020 with 30 engineers and hope to hire 100 more by 2021. And if you’re interested in how you might fit into our Pharmaly, reach out!
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Visual communication and accountability tools for construction, roofing, and more
With a core team of 5 in 2015, we’ve grown to roughly 35 in 2019, and are focused on getting the word out about CompanyCam. Now more than ever, we want to build a robust, dynamic product team. Over the next six months, most hires will be on our product team to help accelerate all of the exciting projects we have in the pipeline. We’ve found product-market fit and are now working to scale some of our core features. We’re also planning to build new strategic features like project checklists, robust reports, and tools for collaboration on projects across companies who all use CompanyCam, just to name a few. While new strategic features are great and provide the opportunity to continue writing clean code, we do still have legacy code to work around. We update it when we can or need to, but our focus is always on keeping our customers in mind – does the current solution make their life easier? As we grow and add people to our product team, it will give us the bandwidth to clean up some legacy code while still pushing our new features forward.
If you’re based anywhere in the U.S. and are interested in learning more or joining the CompanyCam team, we’d love to hear from you!
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Since then, we’ve expanded our product to help small businesses create communities with HR and empower them to provide benefits like health insurance or 401(k) retirement plans to their teams, and we’re still just getting started!
We plan to hire about 100 engineers over the next year. We’re hiring in San Francisco and Denver, and we’re open to remote work. Check out our CTO’s take on how his role has changed as the team has and continues to grow.
As we take on more custom software projects, we have fewer developers to work on our own software products and want to ensure that there are enough resources to support both sides of our business. We are growing quickly and new hires will work on our own software products first like Staff Squared or Fundipedia, where they can learn our software development and software project management practices while demonstrating their strengths and skills. Once a new developer has settled in, we then put them into teams for custom software projects for our customers and externally facing products.
Mary Meeker recently said, “If it feels like we’re all drinking from a data firehose, it’s because we are.” Everyone has more data than they know what to do with. The world is increasingly aware that effective data use makes or breaks companies, and Mode is rapidly creating a world-class solution to that exact problem. We have a growing customer base, and we’re working on some incredibly innovative solutions to their problems, but there’s so much more we could do if we tackle more of them in parallel. That’s why we are hiring rapidly. In the next 12-18 months, we plan to roughly double our engineering team from 35 to 70.
We raised a $23M Series C round in early 2019 in order to respond to ever-increasing market demand for what we’re building — a better way for businesses to leverage their data. We are hiring engineers across the board, both in San Francisco and remote, and encourage you to take a look at our open roles!
We’re growing existing teams as well as creating new ones. A lot of our current teams need help scaling and growing to reach new goals. Simultaneously, there are teams being built as a result of new partnerships. We have millions of users on Box and never run out of new initiatives, features, or directions to take our product. If you’re interested in learning more about the various teams that are hiring at Box, we’d be happy to tell you everything you want to know!
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