12 New Companies to Check Out on The Muse This Week
Every week, we’re launching new, exciting companies (with tons of new job openings) on The Muse.
And while all of the amazing companies we profile are available for you to peruse anytime on our companies page, we want to make sure you don’t miss out on a dream job just because a company slips under your radar.
Read below to learn about some of our newest partner companies, find your match, and check out job openings today!
Imgur wants to be the next biggest social platform for finding entertainment from people you don’t know—and with millions of online users already, it’s on its way. Imgur's visual storytelling community members can instantly and easily upload, comment, vote, or forward multimedia content for entertainment and fun discussion threads—from adorable dancing cat videos to hilarious viral celebrity memes to everything in between.
Employees are, unsurprisingly, an eclectic culture of like-minded internet junkies and hilarious meme jokesters, which translates into a fun blend of positivity, creativity, and play within the workplace.
“We’re looking for people that love the Internet as much as we do. We love people who are passionate about what they do, and we’re looking for people to have fun with us,” shares CEO and Founder Alan Schaaf.
When companies need to manage a ton of Apple devices for their employees, who do they call? JAMF Software, of course. This company helps commercial, educational, and government organizations inventory, deploy, and secure Mac computers, iPhones, and iPads in any environment.
“It’s really exciting to work in a progressive, growing, and relevant company,” says Lisa Morrison, Technical Communications Manager.
Want to join yourself? The company is looking for critical thinkers who demonstrate immense passion, who work hard, and who possess a self-service mentality.
3. Bai Brands
Bai Brands is looking to start a “bevolution.” The company manufactures a healthy selection of powerful, antioxidant-rich beverages that are infused with the goodness of coffee fruit.
Bai employees claim that not only does the company create delicious drinks, but also endless opportunities, offering supportive mentorship, time for team bonding, and rewards for significant contributions.
“Bai is an easy company to believe in because Bai believes in me,” shares Joe Lawrence, Director of Operations.
Healthcare companies are nothing without the people behind them, and HealthcareSource creates software to help them manage those amazing people. With a comprehensive suite of solutions that includes applicant tracking and onboarding, reference checking, behavioral assessments, employee performance, compensation, competency and learning management, and eLearning courseware, HealthcareSource addresses the needs that are most critical to healthcare talent management professionals.
Employees at HealthcareSource are proud of the company culture. It’s not just the benefits and perks—although they have some great ones—but a core set of ‘Live It!’ values that help the team to be the best versions of themselves and exceed expectations.
Trustwave helps businesses fight cybercrime, protect data, and reduce security risks through cloud-managed security services, integrated tech tools, and teams of security experts—including ethical hackers and researchers. In just a short time, the organization has gained a huge global presence, with clients in 96 countries around the world.
It’s done all of this in just a short time by continually giving opportunity to its hard-working team members to grow and bring ideas to the table. “Trustwave’s entrepreneurial spirit and innovation are what keep me wanting to come to work every day,” shares Rachelle Felix-Blackmon, Manager of Customer Relations Management.
Riviera is working to make recruiting a full-stack business, utilizing the latest technology to help exceptional individuals find their dream jobs and world-class organizations obtain unrivaled tech talent.
Riviera counts companies like Uber, change.org, Pinterest, and Warby Parker among its illustrious partners and also helps cultivate technical talent, sponsoring organizations such as Women Who Code, The Level Playing Field Institute, and CODE2040.
“This is a place where you can make a monumental change in people's lives. We’re helping people find their dream jobs every day,” says Majed Itani, VP of Engineering.
7. Red Ventures
Red Ventures is a customer acquisition company that does things a little differently. Unlike many marketing firms, the Red Ventures team members own the entire customer lifecycle for the sales and marketing businesses they work with—and only get paid when they deliver—meaning they can always see what’s working and what’s not, and quickly adjust their strategy when needed.
Named one of Charlotte’s “Best Places to Work” seven years running, Red Ventures relies on its talented employees every step of the way, giving them freedom and autonomy to drive their ideas from creation to implementation—and rewarding them when they succeed.
“From day one, whether you come in right out of school or as an experienced analyst, you’re going to be working on something important to the company,” shares Marketing Director Laura Calabretta.
“Ebates pays you to shop online. If you’re going to shop online, you might as well go to Ebates and get paid for something you’re going to do anyway,” Siddhi Shenoy, a QA automation engineer for the online customer loyalty company.
Since 1998, Ebates has paved the way for superior online shopping experiences, offering great user discounts and amazing cash-back deals from premiere stores—including the likes of Amazon, Nordstrom, and Target.
And while the benefits for users are clear, the benefits for employees are even better. With a staff of exceptionally smart people and a mission to transform the online shopping experience, Ebates is proud to be innovating more every day. “What makes me most excited is the amazing challenges Ebates will take on in the future,” adds Shenoy.
Cleveland Research Company is an independent equity research firm, offering clients in-depth market research and clear insights to help them make more informed business decisions.
At Cleveland Research Company, employees collaborate with client companies and people across the marketplace and work closely with members of senior management, engaging with every department on a daily basis. By training and developing employees and partners alike, Cleveland Research Company drives businesses and people forward—both personally and professionally.
“I’m really happy to be in a place where I feel like my skills and personality can both really thrive,” says Ross Walthall, Equity Market Research Associate.
Deacom is comprised of scientists, dreamers, and risk takers on a constant quest for simple truth in the technology world. The Deacom Team produces unique ERP software that offers both mobile and warehouse management solutions built specifically for process manufacturers.
Deacom believes in creating an environment that emphasizes and rewards high levels of performance. With collaboration and teamwork highlighted across all departments, Deacom is constantly working to improve not only its software and business practices but its people as well.
“One word describes Deacom: Awesome. It’s an incredible place to work with an amazing team culture, but it still gives everyone the opportunity to shine, excel, and succeed,” shares Steve Ralis, Implementation Manager.
LiveRamp helps the world’s largest brands use their data to improve customer interactions on any channel and device. At its core, LiveRamp is a technology company, solving challenging problems in distributed systems, data analysis, massive scalability, human interfaces, and much more.
And as a leader in the data connectivity space, LiveRamp expects its employees to be leaders, too—empowering them to take ownership over their work and to contribute to the conversations that will lead the company into the future. LiveRampers thrive on mind-bending technical challenges and value entrepreneurship, humility, and constant personal growth.
“We place tons of responsibility on everybody. The first project I got as an intern was addressing a stability issue that was of considerably high priority,” says Shia Liu, a software engineer.
StellaService is helping retailers understand how to stand out from their competition. The company objectively measures online retailers’ customer service performance, producing insights and ratings that are used by marketers and operators at leading e-commerce companies including Ralph Lauren and Walmart—information that helps them improve everything they do.
Even though the company recently raised a $15 million Series C funding round, it keeps an agile and lean startup environment where products are shipped at the speed of light—and all employees play an integral part in developing the StellaService platform. And—in true startup-vibe fashion—they make sure to keep the atmosphere tight-knit, high-energy, and fun.
“Fun starts the moment you walk inside the office,” says VP of Product Meghan Fraze.
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