Feeling like you've paid your dues and are ready for your next big role?
We know, no one wants to feel like they are stuck in a position without room for growth. You want a position that allows you test your knowledge and expand your skillset.
If you think you're ready to move on up, you've come to the right place. We've rounded up 23 companies that are not only amazing places to work, but are also hiring for management roles right now. So, read on, get your applications ready, and you'll be the boss in no time.
1. Ultimate Software
At Ultimate Software, people truly come first. The company strongly believes in teamwork, and it encourages and trusts its people to reach higher, learn more, and live up to their potential. A leading cloud provider of human capital management solutions, Ultimate’s award-winning UltiPro delivers HR, payroll, talent, compensation, and time and labor management solutions that allow people to work more effectively. Founded in 1990, Ultimate’s team has grown to over 5,000 people.
Ultimate’s passion for putting people first has earned it a history of successful, long-term relationships with customers. This passion permeates Ultimate’s culture and as a result, Ultimate enables its customers to put their people first—helping them build the people-centric environments they need to grow and to meet their business goals. And Ultimate puts their own employees first too—making it a great place for career growth.
Convene designs and services premium places to work, meet, and host inspiring events. Through strategic partnerships with prominent commercial landlords, Convene operates a network of hospitality-driven locations in Class A office buildings across major U.S. cities, with plans to expand globally. Convene has raised $260M in equity funding to date, and has been named one of America’s 100 Most Promising Companies by Forbes and a Best Workplace by both Inc. and Fortune Magazine.
Ready to take ownership of your work? At Convene, leadership makes it a priority to hire on-point individuals who are self-starting, independent thinkers who know how to keep clients happy and get things done. By building a team of stellar employees, the company frees itself up to focus on more important issues than constant micromanagement, and affords everyone in the organization ownership over their work.
CommonBond is one of NYC's largest fintech companies and is focused on making paying for school—and paying off student debt—as affordable, simple, and transparent as possible. The company offers loans for current students, refinance loans for graduates, and its CommonBond for Business student loan benefits platform for employers. To date, CommonBond has saved its members over $500 million over the life of their loans. Plus, it offers a robust networking community, award-winning customer service, and a one-of-a-kind social promise that funds education for children in need.
Changing the face of finance isn’t for the faint of heart—especially at CommonBond, where employees are led by a “let them fly” mantra that champions peer learning and encourages a sense of project ownership. The fast-paced environment fosters a strong team mentality, and professionals at all levels are equally valued. And CommonBand is hiring for several leadership roles, such as Compliance Director, Content Marketing Manager, and Product Manager, to name a few.
DealNews aims to offer consumers the best, lowest-priced deals on the internet—guaranteed. The company works with the world’s most reputable brands to promote electronics, clothing, restaurants, travel, and more via virtual tools that ultimately grow a client’s customer base while also bringing big deals on quality products to online shoppers.
Think you're ready to be part of a team? If so, DealNews might be the right fit for you. Although hierarchy exists at DealNews, co-workers operate more as one team working toward a collective goal. Employees feel comfortable approaching a person of any title, at any time, to share ideas or concerns, and everyone works together to create and implement initiatives that can move the company forward into the future.
Powered by the belief that complex payment systems can be made simple, WEX is a leading financial technology service provider across a wide spectrum of sectors, including fleet, travel and healthcare. WEX operates in more than 10 countries through more than 4,800 associates around the world.
Whether WEX is reinventing how companies think about fueling or pioneering online virtual payments, the organization has always relied on its problem-solvers, forward-thinkers, and innovators to change how the world does business. “We’re building up this organization and growing at a significant, double-digit pace. To keep up with that change, requires an exciting challenge,” notes VP of Virtual Payments Technology, Ryan Taylor.
The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers is a performing rights organization, founded in 1914, whose mission is to ensure that its music creator members can thrive alongside the businesses who use their music. The organization is built around a passion for music, but the team includes professionals in every field—law, tech, data, marketing, and more.
The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers is built around a passion for music, but the team includes professionals in every field—law, tech, data, marketing, and more. And unlike its competitors, ASCAP is owned and run by its members. Even better, ASCAP is hiring for tons of management positions now!
Broadridge, a global fintech with $4 billion in revenue listed on the S&P 500, provides communications, technology, data, and analytics solutions. The company helps drive business transformation for clients with solutions for enriching client engagement, navigating risk, optimizing efficiency, and generating revenue growth. Broadridge works with some of the world’s largest financial institutions and over 5,000 brands in industries from telecommunications to healthcare.
Broadridge believes success is always mutual, which is why the company has created a culture where the highest goal is to empower others to achieve more—whether they be business partners or the community. Broadbridge employees work with community organizations, provide educational opportunities in underserved areas, donate resources to charitable causes and volunteer their time—promoting success wherever they go.
Founded in 2010, L2 has rapidly become a trusted source of insights into the digital trends shaping industries today. With members that include Google, Proctor and Gamble, and Sofitel, L2 caters to a diverse array of brands looking to understand and bolster their digital footprints—giving brands a thorough understanding of their digital strengths and weaknesses.
Want to work, but also play? Then L2 is the company for you. At L2, bottles are popped every week for a tradition called "Champagne Friday." Not only is there champagne, there’s also beer, cocktails, snacks—and lots of socializing. L2 also does something fun as a team every month. In the past, team members have watched a Yankees game, attended a rooftop party, shuffle-boarded in Brooklyn, and have annually attended a day session of the U.S. Open. Not a bad place to move up the ladder!
T-Mobile is a place for collaboration, creativity and fast-paced change. As the Un-carrier, and America's most loved wireless company, their 50,000 plus customer-obsessed team members are united in their mission to build the future of technology and change wireless for good.
T-Mobile 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. And that's helped to create a culture where everyone is engaged. "Here at T-Mobile, everyone treats you well. We all work together—we're all one team," says Sr. Business Operations Manager, Karon R.
CapTech is a national technology and management consulting firm that partners with some of the world's most successful companies to design, develop, and manage technical and digital solutions that delight customers, drive insights, and meet strategic objectives. CapTech has a passion for driving innovation and growth for its clients. Its collaborative approach delivers custom solutions that maximize the impact of client investments.
CapTech’s collaborative approach helps organizations grow their business, engage with customers, and turn data into powerful insights. But the collaboration doesn't stop with customers. CapTech embraces a collaborative and growth-oriented atmosphere for its employees as well. “There are a lot of opportunities for professional development, and many different training opportunities, including bootcamp for new hires,” says Consultant Developer, Venkat Iyer.
13. The Brand Guild
The Brand Guild prides itself on being a firm of specialists, with the expertise in-house across its departments—Public Relations, Marketing, Events, and Creative—to deliver meaningful results to its clients. This structure enables The Brand Guild to achieve unparalleled levels of depth as they learn about their clients, own their challenges, become their partner, and ultimately help craft and tell their stories.
At The Brand Guild, the management style is open and collaborative. The company values big ideas and recognizes that they can come from anywhere—so everyone is encouraged and expected to contribute. A close-knit and rapidly-growing company, The Brand Guild seeks to maintain its ethos of creativity and approachability as it expands.
15. Balsam Brands
Balsam Brands is an e-commerce retailer with roots in holiday and home décor. The company's bread and butter—or rather milk and cookies—are stunningly realistic, handcrafted, artificial Christmas trees. To further enhance homes for the holidays, Balsam Brands also designs and sells high-quality Christmas decorations, and it's always looking for new ways to create a festive and beautiful atmosphere for all types of celebrations.
If you asked Balsam Brands’ CEO Thomas Harman about the company’s culture, he’d tell you to go ask everyone he works with daily—they’re the ones who really shape what the culture looks like. He’s a firm believer that you can’t create culture; it develops organically based on a great team. And Balsam Brands understands the value of great employees and is willing to invest time and resources into the right hires.
A global professional services company with approximately 492,000 employees, Accenture helps develop and implement technology solutions to improve clients’ productivity and efficiency in order to be successful. With a continually trained talent pool and an ability to provide for all kinds of challenges—from abstract strategy to concrete technical problems—it’s no wonder Accenture continues to thrive.
If finding a company with potential for growth is a top priority for you, you'll want to check out Accenture. “Accenture is all about building your network and making those connections so you can progress in your career and move forward with what you want to do,” notes Technology Consulting Analyst, Sophia Medrano.
Amplify's programs for English language arts, math, and science are leading the way in data-driven instruction and setting the standard for next-generation curriculum. Amplify has brought mobile assessments, instructional analytics, and riveting, rigorous curriculum to thousands of schools, supporting more than 300,000 educators and 3 million students in all 50 states
At Amplify, almost everyone on the team has some kind of background in teaching. This makes management especially efficient in assisting employees throughout each function of their job. Rather than just telling people how to make adjustments or what needs to change, leaders sit down with individual employees to show them how and why each step is important. This nurturing environment helps employees flourish and progress toward their career goals.
Founded in 2005, Etsy operates markets that allow millions of people around the world to connect—both online and offline—to make, sell, and buy unique goods. Etsy’s global community of entrepreneurs, shoppers, manufacturers, and employees are the heart and soul of its business, and with more than 40 million listed items, Etsy has something for everyone.
Knowledge is power, and that's why employees at Etsy never stop learning from each other. Born from a Hack Day in 2012, Etsy School is an internal program where employees can teach and learn new skills from each other. From productivity tips to jewelry-making, Etsy School offers employees a fun and easy way to learn more about each other while continuing to strengthen the company’s vibrant culture.
20. PEAK Technical Staffing
PEAK Technical Staffing provides technical professionals with contract, consulting, and direct hire opportunities with some of the best companies in the marketplace. The agency focuses on finding the engineers and engineering support that businesses need to complete critical projects—its only business is putting the right people in the right place, at the right time.
At PEAK Technical Staffing, employees not only have the opportunity to participate in leadership, but also in charity. PEAK Technical Staffing and its employees enjoy being involved with charitable efforts in the community. The Make-A-Wish Foundation is one of the office’s favorite initiatives, and to date, teams have organized fundraisers ranging from in-house auctions and raffles to picnics, lunches, and even professional cornhole tournaments.
Successfully navigating the world of real estate can be a dizzying task, even for professionals. That’s why HouseCanary offers the most accurate and reliable insights available to help drive informed real estate decisions. HouseCanary uses cutting-edge technology—including predictive analytics and machine learning—to build the most comprehensive web, mobile, API, and analytic data products in the industry.
HouseCanary employees work collaboratively to achieve shared goals that can only be accomplished through teamwork. HouseCanary’s products push the boundaries of innovation, presenting consistently interesting and challenging problems that require ground-breaking solutions. With a combination of fun and focus, HouseCanary employees leverage their diverse areas of expertise to help change how real estate decisions are made.
Covius is a trusted provider of solutions, insight, and technology to leading financial services companies. Its technology-enabled solutions deliver operational efficiencies, mitigate risk, and empower confident, compliant decisions and borrower interactions. Covius businesses are recognized leaders in quality assurance, regulatory compliance, compliant document services, comprehensive settlement services, lien and title curative solutions, as well as rapid development, customizable cloud-based business process solutions.
Employees at LenderLive never stop learning. LenderLive offers opportunities for employees to participate in role-based certifications, classes, and industry trainings. In addition, the company supplements external offerings with an in-house management training program and casual top-down mentorship.
Health Care Service Corporation is the largest member-owned—and fourth largest overall—health insurer in the U.S., serving Illinois, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas as a licensee of Blue Cross Blue Shield. A purpose-driven community of 22,000 employees serving over 15 million members, HCSC is devoted to a mission of improving lives, health, and care.
HCSC cares about empowering their employees so they can make an impact in the world. And employees can't say enough good things about the management at HCSC. “I absolutely love my manager—he’s always professional and friendly, I can speak to him about anything, and he’s very supportive of my career growth,” says Portfolio Release Analyst, Jennifer. Want to become a part of this great management team? One of the management roles available at HCSC right now just might be the right possibility for you.
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