15 Companies Hiring Like Crazy in September
Back-to-school may be a thing of the past, but even in the adult world things pick back up as the summer ends. One notable benefit of the end-of-summer slow down? Companies seriously ramp up their hiring for the fall.
If you’re on the hunt for a new gig (or even if you’re just a little curious) check out these 15 companies that are hiring like crazy this September.
Cornerstone OnDemand has created a one-stop shop for unified talent management, allowing companies to keep track of everything from acquisition to performance management while shifting their focus from paperwork to employees. The current client list includes Xerox and Walgreens (and growing!), so now’s the time to get on board.
From accountants and engineers to analysts and designers, there’s bound to be a role for you.
Switching to GEICO might save you 15% or more on car insurance, but joining the GEICO team will give you even more.
Founded in 1936, GEICO is one of the nation’s leading insurance providers, but more importantly, it’s created a team culture that’s creative, innovative, and inviting.
“I’d say that the most unique thing about GEICO is our flat organization. Our management here is very open-door and on a first-name basis,” says Digital Experience Team Lead Carolyn T.
If you want to be at the forefront of technological breakthroughs, Rubicon Project is the place to go. The company is pioneering a new way to look at big data and cloud computing, enabling publishers and applications to process trillions of digital ad transactions with record-breaking efficiency.
Creating never-before-seen products requires a one-of-a-kind team, and Rubicon Project has no shortage of incredible people leading the way. You can join them by applying for one of the plethora of open positions.
If you’re dying to work for a company that cares about people, Farmers Insurance is the place for you. Leading the way in multi-coverage insurance options and quality financial services since 1928, Farmers keeps its eye on being customer-focused and forward-thinking to offer reliability and relief in the face of life’s unpredictabilities.
Farmers’ solid foundation is built on people helping people, so you’re sure to feel good about your work by snagging one of these job openings.
AOL has become synonymous with internet innovation since its founding over 25 years ago, and that same desire to lead the pack can still be seen today.
But despite the growth of the company over the past two and a half decades, AOL still has a commitment to its employees and their growth, too. One such initiative is AOL’s coveted mentorship program, which helps employees bond and learn from one another, while also giving sage mentorship that all professionals need to move up the ladder.
Want to get in on this professional development initiative (and many more)? Check out AOL’s many job listings.
Eventbrite has been bringing people together for the past nine years, allowing users all over the world to create and share events with its easy-to-use platform.
But Eventbrite is doing more than that: “We have the opportunity to be the canonical source for live events—and being that place that helps people lead a more fulfilling life through connective, live experiences is very exciting,” says Julia Hartz, Eventbrite’s co-founder and President.
What are you waiting for? Time to starting applying.
Outbrain’s mission is to help people discover interesting and relevant content all over the web by working with publishers and brands alike. Besides being pretty plugged into the web, the company is also internationally based, which means you’ll get to work with a global team committed to helping people online.
“I think there’s a fun, quirkiness factor to people at Outbrain that’s really different to anywhere else I’ve worked,” says Natalie Chan, Senior Marketing Manager. “It’s exciting to be part of a dynamic and fast-paced environment.”
Founded in 1990, Ultimate Software is an award-winning cloud provider, helping companies juggle HR, payroll, talent, compensation, and labor management all from the same system.
Despite having 2,500 employees, Ultimate Software uses the talents of its entire team to move forward. “We take pride in what we do at Ultimate Software, and we feel like we’re part of the company’s growth,” explains Iteration Manager Mariana Sabogal.
Ultimate Software is looking for employees to work all over (from Miami to Los Angeles), so there’s bound to be a position and location that fits your needs.
Braintree is a company that’s in the business of allowing other businesses to grow. It helps clients build infrastructure to accept a variety of different payment options, which gives business owners the opportunity to seek revenue from all over.
And while the company’s all about others making money, employees say that the culture is more about the process than the actual money made.
From security engineers to financial analysts, Braintree is on the lookout for the best and brightest talent out there.
HotelTonight is completely upending the hotel reservation game and making it ready for the age of mobile. With its amazing apps for finding last-minute hotel rooms at great prices, it’s helping people lead more adventurous, spontaneous lives.
HotelTonight is looking for new team members who are passionate about mobile, who question the conventional way of doing things, and who want to be an integral part of building the next big thing in travel. If that sounds like you, check out open roles now!
Genesys has been pioneering computer-telephone integration systems for over 25 years, dating all the way back to when its team created technology to help call centers make customer service a priority. Now Genesys delivers the full range of cloud-based Call Center and Contact Center applications that improve an organization’s customer journey both by increasing personalization and by delivering consistent, connected customer experiences across touch points.
Add value to a company that’s been changing the game since 1990.
There’s a pretty good chance you’ve heard of Uber and the way it’s been changing how people think about transportation and the sharing economy. In case you haven’t, this on-demand car service allows you to use your phone to easily and quickly get a ride in cities around the world.
Join a team that’s impacting everyday lives and also leading the way in the tech world by applying to one of Uber’s plethora of job openings.
Dolby has been improving the entertainment experience for millions of people since 1965, using innovative technologies that create unbelievable visual and sound effects.
Think of Dolby as being an old-fashioned film company? Think again. “The company’s really gotten into some cool new initiatives. It’s not just noise reduction, and it’s not just in film. It’s a pretty great time to be at Dolby,” says Kari Sweetland, Senior HR Representative.
With over 20 openings, Dolby is one to apply to immediately.
Nextdoor is providing a free and necessary service: Giving a social network to neighbors. Whether it’s organizing a block party or keeping everyone up-to-date on crime around town, the company is bringing people closer together.
In just three years, Nextdoor has made its way to one in four neighborhoods across the country. Get on this fast-moving train stat and check out the job listings.
Never got the hang of online marketplaces? Tradesy is trying to change that, creating a simple and hassle-free way to buy and sell items.
Tradesy is all about personal responsibility and autonomy, which is reflected in the company’s culture: Employees choose what they work on (as well as how and when they work on it), creating an environment where people feel empowered to do their best all the time.
Tradesy is hiring all over the place (including engineering, customer service, and operations), so snag a position today!
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Lily is a writer, editor, and social media manager, as well as co-founder of The Prospect, the world’s largest student-run college access organization. In addition to her writing with The Muse, she also serves as an editor at HelloFlo and Her Campus. Recently, she was named one of Glamour’s Top 10 College Women for her work helping underserved youth get into college. You can follow Lily on Twitter.More from this Author