20 Companies Hiring Like Crazy in September
New season, new job.
Alright, maybe that’s not an actual saying. But, if the back-to-school thrill and changing weather have you itching for a new adventure of your own, you’re going to want to check out these 20 companies.
They all have tons of awesome open positions that are ripe for the taking—much like an apple on a crisp fall day. So, brush up your resume, take a peek, and prepare to find your dream job.
DriveTime is one of the nation’s largest used car dealers, specializing in helping people with tricky credit issues obtain financing for the vehicle of their dreams. And, if that rewarding mission wasn’t enough to confirm this is a pretty cool place to work, the autonomous management, emphasis on work-life balance, and inclusion on this year’s Inc’s 5,000 list of fastest growing companies illustrates this isn’t your typical automotive company.
Luckily, there’s no better time to toss your hat into the ring! With 140 locations across the country, DriveTime is hiring for hundreds of positions right now.
Yodle is an automated online marketing and advertising company that helps local businesses attain and retain customers in the simplest, most profitable way possible.
Want to work for an organization that was ranked on the Forbes list of America’s Most Promising Companies? Well, Yodle is calling for you—and hiring now!
From engineering and development to sales and customer success, Yodle has plenty of open jobs that are eagerly awaiting your application. You know what to do.
Axiom’s attorneys and consultants provide cost-effective legal services to businesses and corporate employers. Axiom charges less than typical law firms—and delivers solid service to clients.
With offices in New York City, London, and 15 other locations across the globe, it’s safe to say that Axiom is always looking to add awesome people to the company’s constantly growing team. So, if you consider yourself a non-conformist who’s willing to throw the rulebook out the window when it comes to legal services, find your home at Axiom.
Kabam creates, develops, and publishes several massively multi-player games for mobile devices, all available to a global audience via the company’s own dedicated app channels.
If a workday spent designing and developing multiplayer mobile games sounds like your own personal dream come true, you’ve found your calling with Kabam. Plus, with the familial atmosphere, game-based culture, and the fun and ridiculous company traditions, you’ll find the perfect balance between work and play.
Yale New Haven Hospital provides diverse comprehensive care in over 100 medical specialties and serves as the primary teaching hospital for the Yale School of Medicine.
Yale New Haven Hospital is the second largest employer in the New Haven area, and this organization is always looking to bring motivated and inspiring new team members onboard. Submit your application and you’re sure to be in for a rewarding career. “If you’re a person who really likes helping others, this is the best place to work,” shares one of the hospital’s medical interpreters, “because you’ll have that opportunity every day.”
Tillster provides software to enable mobile payment transactions, online ordering, and self-checkout at casual restaurants. Its digital platform is used by Burger King, Boston Market, and more.
With the company’s relatively small size, people with a jack-of-all-trades mentality will love the variety Tillster offers. Does that sound like you? From engineering to project management, this company has a bunch of open positions for you to scope out.
By taking the guesswork out of copywriting, Persado has built a platform that offers companies profitable insights and powerful content. And, even more impressive is the amazing team behind it all.
With locations in New York City, San Francisco, and Athens, Greece, Persado is always on the hunt for more passionate people to join the ranks and learn and grow with the company.
Bankrate is a one-stop resource for personal finance needs, dedicated to demystifying complex and important financial choices while providing accurate information so users can be smart about money.
As the nation’s largest aggregator of personal financial data, Bankrate has witnessed many ups and downs in the financial markets. And the company only continues to adapt and improve the industry as a whole as well as the company’s own culture.
From employee painting classes to weekly bingo, Bankrate believes in being both hard-working and fun-loving. Fit that mold? This company is eager to fill many open positions with people just like you.
The City of Houston represents one of the fastest growing municipalities in the United States, tackling governance with creative, data-driven solutions that mirror the diversity of its population.
Think a public sector job with a municipality will be the same old, same old? Think again. The City of Houston innovates just like a tech company—including crowdsourcing data on potholes and hosting annual Hackathons.
The City of Houston looks for workers who share that same passion for improvement, and currently has tons of great opportunities for people who want to do good and always keep developing.
Broadridge is the leading provider of investor communications and technology-driven solutions—helping broker-dealers, banks, mutual funds, and corporate issuers manage risk and accelerate growth.
Broadridge associates are proactive, thought-leading, consultative people—providing everything the company’s clients need to be successful by investing in new technology.
Not only are Broadridge’s team members driven and innovative—they’re also friendly. Bonding is a priority for employees, which helps to foster the company’s collaborative and supportive culture. “I think everybody who works here genuinely wants to be working together,” says Senior CRM Business Analyst Alexander Remoundous.
T-Mobile is a national provider of wireless voice, messaging, and data services capable of reaching over 293 million Americans where they live, work, and play.
Chances are you’ve already heard of T-Mobile. And, this company is only on an upward trajectory. Most of that can be credited to the amazing team T-Mobile has built over the years. The company has ditched old-school performance reviews for a personalized approach to increasing employee engagement and growth, including help with job-related classes, developing leadership skills, and on-the-job training.
Ready to grow with T-Mobile’s team? Check out the company’s open roles and apply now.
Autodesk is a multinational software corporation—designing software for the architecture, engineering, construction, manufacturing, media, and entertainment industries.
Autodesk doesn’t just look for hires with certain skill sets. The company searches to find people who demonstrate flexibility without frustration, are fast learners with quick reaction times, and work well within a team environment.
And, how are employees rewarded for their constant hard work? Well, let’s just say there’s an entire dedicated ice cream fridge in the office. Sound too sweet to be true? Submit your application and find out—just remember to save us some ice cream.
13. Dun & Bradstreet
Dun & Bradstreet is the world’s leading source of commercial data, analytics, and insights on businesses. The company transforms that commercial data into valuable insight which is the foundation of its global solutions that customers rely on to make important business decisions.
Dun & Bradstreet’s offices span the globe from New York to Los Angeles, London to Mumbai. At a transformative point in its history, this established yet innovative company has a bunch of new open roles. “The kind of person who’d work well in this environment is very collaborative, open-minded, and willing to work in teams to achieve a common goal,“ says Strategic Relationship Manager Daniel Yamoah.
For over 76 years, HP has been creating top-notch technologies, aiming to engineer not only equipment but also experiences that make a better world for every person in every place.
And, with a list of employee perks too long to mention (on-site fitness centers or intramural sports, anyone?), let’s just keep it short and simple with this: HP is an awesome place to work. Check out the company’s open positions, and prepare for a career you’ll love.
15. Owens Corning
Owens Corning is an industry-leading global manufacturer and marketer of commercial and residential insulation, roofing, and fiberglass composite building materials.
With over 15,000 employees and ranking 25th on the 2014 Aon Hewitt’s Top Companies for Leaders North America list, Owens Corning has already accomplished some amazing things—but, the sky’s the limit for this company.
Owens Corning is poised for continued growth, and it needs the team to achieve it. Apply for one of the open roles, and you’ll land yourself a gig that truly makes the world a better place.
ProQuest connects people with vetted, reliable information for serious research through its robust technologies, making the company a true gateway to all the world’s knowledge.
ProQuest employees are self-motivated and self-driven to not only get their jobs done, but get them done well. It’s for this very reason that ProQuest recognizes its people are its greatest asset, and places a huge emphasis on personal and professional growth for employees as a result.
So, if you’ve found yourself looking for a supportive and encouraging environment, you’ll land in the right spot at ProQuest.
ROBLOX is the world’s biggest 3D user-generated online gameplay platform for all ages, enabling developers to create and publish computer games, and modules to massive audiences.
So, what’s this company’s secret to employee happiness? ROBLOX’s transparent and flat leadership style and encouragement of creativity and new ideas certainly help. And, the company’s periodic board game breaks? Well, those don’t hurt either.
Ready for a little friendly competition? Check out ROBLOX’s available positions.
Vanguard is one of the world’s largest investment companies and offers a wide-range of investment products and services for individuals, institutions, and financial advisors, at all costs that are consistently among the lowest in the industry.
At Vanguard, managers foster a culture that empowers employees to grow their careers in ways that they’re passionate about. The company’s leadership, in combination with supportive people and technologies, enable employees to take charge of their own professional growth, helping them become the leaders of tomorrow.
CEB is a best practice insight and technology company—advising organizations around the world on how best to drive business performance.
Are you ready for a lot of big numbers? CEB has over 54 offices around the globe employing over 4,200 team members. The company now serves over 300,000 business professionals from more than 10,000 organizations in 110 countries. Whew!
Needless to say, CEB is a rapidly growing company with quite a few open jobs to fill.
20. Bleacher Report
Bleacher Report publishes digital and multimedia sports content on the web. Its website and mobile platforms provide fans with comprehensive sports news coverage and commentary.
With wall-to-wall TVs, a fully stocked sports bar, and access to all the top sporting events, the Bleacher Report office is every sports fan’s dream come true. But, it’s not just the awesome workspace that keeps employees happy. Above all else, it’s the supportive, team-building culture that people love the most. And, hey, it makes sense that a sports-centered company would be so focused on building a killer team.
Want in on the action? Bleacher Report is eagerly awaiting your application.
Sponsored by DriveTime
DriveTime is the nation’s largest used car dealership network and financing company helping people with credit issues find and finance vehicles in the U.S. Headquartered in Tempe, Arizona, DriveTime currently operates 140 dealerships in 26 states and employs more than 5,000 people across the country. Learn more about working at DriveTime and check out open jobs!
Kat is a Midwest-based freelance writer, covering topics related to careers, self-development, and the freelance life. In addition to writing for The Muse, she's also the Career Editor for The Everygirl, a columnist for Inc., and a contributor all over the web. When she manages to escape from behind her computer screen, she's usually babying her rescued terrier mutt or continuing her search for the perfect taco. Say hi on Twitter @kat_boogaard or check out her website.More from this Author